Top 5 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Your Dog
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and while you’re planning on sending treats, cards, and fresh flowers to those you adore, let’s not forget one of the most important relationships in your life: your pet!
Pets deserve to be showered with love and attention on Cupid’s holiday as much as our human loved ones. After all, pets show us unconditional love, often staying by our sides when we’re feeling down or showering us with joy when we return home from a long day. Our four-legged fur babies are always willing to show their love and affection. Show your appreciation for your dog with these top five canine-friendly Valentine gifts:
#1. Curicyn Pet Care Kit: Your dog may not realize they want (or need) it, but if they get injured, they’ll be delighted to have this gift handy. Our 35-piece Pet Care Kit contains essential pet first aid products, including Curicyn Eye Care Solution, Curicyn Wound Care Clay, and Curicyn Original Formula (which works great as a wound wash and skin cleanser), as well as a host of bandaging and wound care materials. Your pet will love you for being prepared and for your ability to provide them with basic first aid if necessary.
#2. Curicyn’s DuraCloud Orthopedic Pet Bed – A soft, luxurious new bed can be a dream gift for your pet, especially for senior or geriatric dogs. The Curicyn DuraCloud Pet Bed is durable and was designed to last. The waterproof, tear-, flame-, and skid-resistant inner cover protects the triple-layer orthopedic mattress. Your dog will rest easy and find relief from arthritis or joint pain on our triple-layer orthopedic bed. (It’s also paw-fect for pets recovering from surgery.) Plus, the machine-washable, DuraCloud Contour Covers come in six color options and are the perfect bonus gift, ensuring your pet’s bed is always clean and cozy.
#3. Healthy Treats – There is a bounty of baked goods and treats available for dogs these days, but for a healthier, fun option, try making your own! Baking treats for your dog is easier than you think, and there are many wholesome recipes online. Use natural ingredients your pet will love, like apple, sweet potato, and peanut butter (without xylitol, which can be toxic to pets). Using fun cookie cutters – try bone shapes, Valentine hearts, or this cute set – makes the treats fun and festive.
#4. A New Toy – What dog doesn’t love a new toy? Make sure your choice is appropriate for their size, age, and chewing ability. Remove any strings, eyes, or other loose parts that could break off and be ingested, and if you have a “shredder” at home, consider skipping toys with stuffing or squeakers. And to ensure a chew toy is not too hard for your dog’s teeth, apply the “fingernail” test before buying. (Your thumbnail should leave an indentation on the toy.)
#5. Date Night! – Every pet wants more time with you, so choose an activity they will savor. Whether your pet is the outdoorsy type who enjoys a hike or a run or a couch potato who craves extra snuggles, they’ll bask in your undivided attention. (Bonus, it’s free!) Other choices for date night with your pet might include extra playtime, a brushing session, or a game of treat hide and seek.
Valentine’s Day only comes once a year, so make sure you treat your pet (or the other pets in your life!) to a few of these great gift ideas. To purchase Curicyn’s Pet Care Kit, DuraCloud Pet Bed and covers, and to check out our full line of wound and skin care products, visit Curicyn.com. Remember, your dog will already love you forever, but some extra wags never hurt.