VALENTINE’S DAY ACTIVITIES WITH YOUR DOG
Let’s be honest, we love our dogs more than life itself. They’re kind, affectionate, and offer us unconditional love, so that’s why they make the perfect valentine. Show them your appreciation with these fun ideas for Valentine’s Day activities with your dog. Even if you don’t have a dog of your own, we’ve included a bonus activity: visiting a shelter to show the animals a little extra love. When you have dogs in your life, you’ll never feel alone on Valentine’s Day.
BAKE VALENTINE’S DAY COOKIES WITH YOUR DOG
Have you ever baked homemade dog cookies? We love this idea at any time of year, since you know exactly what your dog is consuming. Baking your own healthy dog cookies allows you to customize the ingredients to fit their needs, preferences, and diet. Baking cookies is one of our favourite affordable, family-friendly Valentine’s Day activities with your dog. All you need are a few basic ingredients and a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Just try not to feed your dog too many treats at once!
FUN VALENTINE’S DAY CRAFTS WITH YOUR DOG
Aside from baking, you can get creative and show your dog you care by doing crafts together this Valentine’s Day. Bond with your dog by using food-safe ingredients as paint to make paw print Valentine’s Day cards. You can give them out to your friends and family, or even hand them out at the local dog park. Consider adding some of those homemade dog cookies along with the cards for an extra treat. You can even list the recipe and ingredients on the back of the card so others may be inspired to bake their own dog cookies, too.
BONUS: SHOW DOGS AT THE SHELTER A LITTLE EXTRA LOVE
Whether you’re lucky enough to have your own dog in your life or not, it will always be a rewarding experience to visit your local shelter and offer support. Why not volunteer an hour of your time to walk the dogs and show them some affection? We love this idea and put it at the top of our list of things to do this Valentine’s Day. You might even decide to make this a regular part of your schedule. The dogs at the shelter are sure to endlessly appreciate the time you invest in their care.
Have these suggestions sparked some ideas for fun Valentine’s Day activities with your dog? We hope you’ve gotten inspired to bond with your dog and show them your love through enjoying a new activity together. You also can’t go wrong with a good old fashioned dog walk or frisbee session. No matter which activity you choose, there’s no better way to spend Valentine’s Day than with your dog. Just don’t forget to invite your (human) loved ones to join the fun, too!
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