Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and although it’s dreaded by most, for obvious reasons like feeling alone, or the obligatory dinner with your single friends you haven’t seen in months, it doesn’t have to be hated any longer. Move over lovebirds because Valentine’s Day should be spent with nobody else but your dog. Let’s begin on how to successfully spend Valentine’s Day with your dog.
Here’s a video of a Corgi, celebrating Valentine’s Day alone to get you in the dog loving spirit.
- HAVE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN
Although you probably have hundreds of photographs of your dog already, why not fully commit to professional photography session? Consider booking a Valentine’s Day photo session with a professional photographer complete with a Valentine’s Day themed setting (balloons, hearts, pink and red décor).
- GIVE YOUR PET GIFTS
The holidays are a perfect time to spoil your loved ones with an over abundance of sweet treats, gifts and adoration. Make your dog a special Valentine’s Day dog treat to show him how much you truly love him. You can also spoil your dog with a new chew toy, a comfy new sweater or a dog bed equipped with blankets and all.
- GO SHOPPING AT A DOG STORE
Take your dog into their favorite animal store and let them wander the halls. Is your dog attracted to the rubber balls, the stuffed animals or the dog treats? Does your dog love all of it? Splurge and take it all home this love filled holiday because why not? You’re actually saving money.
- SPEND QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR DOG
Life goes by very quickly and before you know it you’ve spent most of your days hunched over a computer screen and fewer days cuddling and playing with your best friend, your dog. Take your dog for a walk along his favorite path. Throw the ball just a little further at the dog park. Scratch him behind the ears a little longer and enjoy the pure happiness of spending time with a carefree dog. No matter what you do on Valentine’s Day, the most important part is spending time with an animal that will love you forever.
Valentine’s Day is all about love and no one loves you more than your dog. Remember that this Valentine’s Day and give back to your sweet animals. Whether that’s following this list above or creating your own fun-filled day. Forget the humans and love a dog.