With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we’ve dug up 18 of our favorite gifts for the dogs and dog lovers in your life (or, why not treat yourself?).
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Puppy Love Collection
Price: $32.50 in the CityDog Shop
Shower man’s best friend with our Puppy Love Collection, where two hearts beat as one. Stop and smell the roses the next time you’re out with your pup and toast to the best kind of friendship, celebrating all the fun times you’ve shared. Get 18% off this product. Use code citydog18 at checkout!
Valentine's Day Goody Box
SALE Price: $24.99 (regularly $39.75) at Chewy
Do we even need to ask who’s your Valentine (wink, wink)? Bring your pup the love with the limited-edition Valentine’s Day Goody Box for dogs. Unbox sweet moments to swoon over, with three tasty treats and four Frisco dog toys. Oh, and there’s more to love—you get a value of up to 40% savings with all the goodies inside!
Bring Me Some Chocolate
Price: $10.95 at Amazon
Better than a box of chocolates and lasts longer too! These new Bring Me Some Chocolate socks from Lavely are knit with premium yarn that feels amazing on your feet. The bottom of the socks feature a secret message, printed in non-slip ink: “If You Can Read This, Bring Me Some Chocolate.” Sweet!
Price: $11.98 at Chewy
It’s downright scary how much you love your dog, so why not watch them howl with joy with this trifecta of monstrously adorable chew toys. Toss, fetch and squeak—every game is on the table for this Valentine’s Day and beyond. Once playtime is over, these scary-awesome friends moonlight as the perfect snuggle buddies once the lights go out. No need to worry about monsters under the bed because they’ll be with your pup all day and night.
Love String Art
SALE Price: $12.79 (regularly $14.00)
There’s nothing better than being able to display cute decorations to tie your home décor together, and with the Primitives By Kathy Love String Art sign, you can do it with a fun sentiment! This fun piece of string art is the paw-fect Valentine’s Day gift for the dog lover in your life.
I Heart My Dog Pouch
SALE Price: $11.74 (regularly $16.00)
With a multicolored tassel zipper pull and a dainty embroidered “I Heart My Dog” design, you can be sure you’re adding the necessary touch to tie your whole look together. Better yet, fill it with dog treats and surprise your significant other with the perfect give that includes their four-legged friend.
Wisdom Panel Dog DNA Test
Price: $159.99 at Chewy
Unlock the secrets of your furry friend’s past and future with the Wisdom Panel Premium Dog DNA Test! This kit lets you find out about his ancestry, his potential health risks and his genetic predisposition for various traits, so you’ll understand him in ways never possible before. Better yet, enjoy 15% off with code WPAN15. But hurry! This exclusive offer ends February 5th.
Personalized Wine Label
Price: $24 at District 52
These wine labels have a story to tell — your pup’s story! Simply send District 52 a photo and a few bits of information and they will create a personalized wine label, complete with a custom story on the back. Perfect for your favorite, Fido-loving oenophile.
Faux Fur Luxe Throw
Price: $79 in the CityDog Shop
Snuggle up with your pup this Valentine’s Day with this Faux Fur Luxe Throw and save your couch from unsightly dog hair, goobers, and stains, while providing a hint of luxury to your pooch’s favorite lounging place (and yours, too!). Better yet, get 18% off this blanket when you use code citydog18 at checkout!
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About the Author
Brandie Ahlgren is founder and editor of CityDog Magazine. She, and her team of dog-loving editors, dig up the best places for you to sit, stay and play with your four-legged friends. Brandie, 12-year-old boxer Thya and Mexican foster failure Pancho, reside in West Seattle and can often be found hanging out at Westcrest Dog Park.