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The perfect Valentine offers unconditional love and snuggles at your best and worst moments — and makes your heart skip a beat when you walk in the door. If this describes a furry someone you know, treat your dog or cat to one of these 10 gifts.
Trixie & Peanut
For posh pups, breakfast at Sniffany’s includes this squeak toy designed to look like the legendary jewelry company’s robin's egg blue box; $15.
Skip the sugar and bark up the right tree with these retro "candy" toys; $2.39 each.
Feline Fido Pet Designs
As the saying goes, “Love is all you need.” That's the thinking behind this expressive cat collar, with a detachable bell; $11.
This cheeky squeak toy bears a hedgehog-worthy message that's perfect for Valentine's Day; $8.99.
Make your kitty’s day with this trio of chic hearts stuffed with organic Vermont catnip; $19.50 for the set.
You may wear your heart on your sleeve, but your doggy can wear hers on a collar with this adjustable pink-and-red number; $15.99.
These durable stoneware fish motif dishes are the cat's meow; $4.49.
Every dog has her day... and night. Give the gift of sweet naptime with this 100 percent cotton lounger; $62.
Honor your favorite feline with this painted tag, which you can customize with your own text; $13.
It's hats off to this cute white fleece cap, with sparkly pom-poms and a Velcro chin strap; $12.
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