7 easy ways to celebrate Valentine's Day if your dog is your date this year

11 Feb 2017 | by | Posted in: Wag News

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14th February is coming up and what better way to celebrate it than with your furry love this year. Worse and the best, lows and highs, being the softest version of your pillow, dogs have been there through all. Hence, we decided to dedicate the month of love to our Dogs.

7 ways to make it extremely special with your doggy date this year!!

1. Watch your favourite Dog movie together


Did you know ? Dogs love licking tears off tears from human faces. If you plan on to staying at home this Valentine Day in your pyjamas, then what better way than doing it with your furry love. Be it a Rom-Com or Animation, either way snuggling in bed with your pup is surely going to make your evening a special one

2. Make a songs list with Dogs on mind


What better way then having love songs playing in the back drop that even your dog seems to enjoy ?

3. Make a love jar


Everytime you think of reason of why you love your dog, write it down and put it in the jar. Make sure you read it loud to your dogs. They may not know the reason behind sudden snuggling and love showering, but he'll definately feel the wuff

4. Have a nice bubble bath together


If your pup likes bathtime (lucky you), this is a fun way to get him squeaky clean! Throw some rose petals in there, use a dog-friendly bubble bath, and give him a nice scrub. Just be ready for those post-bath zoomies!

5. Go for a quick getaway

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Want to get away? Do it with your pup! You may visit dog-friendly resorts nearby your city that will make this Valentine’s Day memorable for you and your dog.

6. Make homemade doggy treats


Nothing is better than personalized gifts made by your own Hooman. Make your dog feel extremely special by making homemade doggie treats & cookies.

7. 'Bone-Appetite' Eh ? A candlenight dinner for two


Last but not the least

Okay, so the candlelight is more for you than for them, but this is a special way to share a Valentine’s Day meal with your pup. Bonus points if you make them these heart-shaped dog treats to really show them they’re the light of your life. If you end up burning the treats a little bit, your dog won’t even care, so that’s great.

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