This Valentine’s Day, don’t forget to pamper the one who loves you the most. After all, dates may come and go, but your pet is always there for you.
To help you celebrate your best buddy we’ve rounded up a few fun ideas, including gifts that help other animals. Happy Valentine’s Day!
The Love Collection from Ore Originals includes heartfelt gifts for animal lovers (hedgehog sleep mask, anyone?), but we love the offerings for our furry friends, including sturdy heart-shaped cotton canvas dog and cat toys.
Colorful rope toys from Jax & Bones' Good Karma line are made with nontoxic veggie dyes. They act as a natural dental floss for your dog and can be frozen to help soothe a teether. Even better: 10 percent of proceeds goes to rescue and animal welfare groups. That's some extra good karma right there!
These seahorses may look delicate, but don't be fooled by appearances — they're tough! Made from heavy-duty cotton canvas, faux fur and ecofriendly fiberfill, they squeak when bitten but can hold up to the fiercest of jaws. The toys come in two sizes and two colors, and a portion of the proceeds goes to support Mote Marine Laboratory.
Your feline will have a hard time resisting these catnip-filled mice. Made from organic cotton hand-printed with water-based ink, they're stylish enough that you won't mind them laying around your living room — which is good, because we're pretty sure your cat will want them out all the time.
This winter's freezing weather isn't the best for dog walking — so why not heat things up with a festive accessory? This two-tone leather leash is made with love in Brooklyn and comes in six color combinations, including hot pink and orange. Make it super special with a matching collar.
Your pooch will make a statement with a vibrant collar from Mark and Graham, complete with free monogramming and gift wrap. This preppy chic accessory comes in three sizes and six colors, so you can find the right fit and look for your pup.
Woofipedia has assembled the ultimate gift pack for your puppy pal: an assortment of treats, toys, dog bubbles (yes, dog bubbles) and a personalized fleece blanket. In addition, 10 percent of the proceeds from BFF packs purchased in February will be donated to the Canine Health Foundation to fund heart research — which means your gift will spread some additional Valentine's Day love.