Actions speak louder than woofs, so get all gooey and spread the love this Valentine’s Day with these delightful little ideas for pets and people.
1. Say ‘I LOVE YOU!’
Send your funny Valentine a Puppy Love e-card in aid of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. Create your card here: https://apps.facebook.com/
2. SPONSOR, ADOPT, DONATE:
Nothing is greater than the gift of life, so make a wish come true for an animal in need this Valentine’s Day and sponsor, adopt or donate. Contact Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Dogs Trust, Mayhew Animal Home or your local animal charity to spread the love. Do it now!
3. SAY IT WITH TREATS – OF COURSE:
Send your dog to cloud K-9 this Valentine’s Day and enrol in a canine massage course with experts K9-Massage. Get those fingers limbered up!
5. MAKE IT A DATE:
Life can get hectic, so spend some quality time with your pet on Valentine’s Day. Make them a special meal, light some candles and pop on some Michael Bolton (not recommended – Michael Bolton has been proven to send dogs and cats into an irreversible psychosis) and have lots of cuddles.
6. USE THE POOCH PULLING POWER:
The pulling power of dogs has been long documented (well, we sure it has somewhere) so if you’re in the market for a date – slip on your best threads, run a brush through your hair (always a good idea) and get your hound looking hip as hell. Then simply sit back and watch on in amazement as the potential suiters (and a few nutters) roll in.
7. POOCH & PERSON PAMPER SESSION
Glowing skin and a glossy, fresh smelling coat is a must on Valentine’s Day. Have a pamper session with your pooch and treat yourself and your dog to a luxurious facial.
8. GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH
Our pet’s health is RIDICULOUSLY important, so show them you love them by making sure they’re all up to date with their checks and think about how you can improve their quality of life with better food and lots of wholesome goodies.
9. PLAN A PUPPY PLAY DATE
Let your pooch get in on the dating action and arrange a play-date with some other doggies in your area. Find a doggy social group near you on www.meetup.com
10: IF ALL ELSE FAILS
If you’ve got one fussy bugger on your hands – pick them a designer gift from our Valentine’s Gift Guide
Now, spread the luuuuuuuuuurve!