4 ways to spoil your pet this Valentine’s Day | Nutrience

4 Ways to Spoil Your Pet this Valentine’s Day

February 1, 2017

Are you spending Valentine’s Day with your true love? You know who we’re talking about. The one with four paws – furry and adorable? Celebrating Valentine’s Day with your furry friend can be a great way to enjoy some quality time with your best buddy. It’s also an excellent opportunity to spoil your pet and create some lasting memories.

How can you make Valentine’s Day with your pet extra special? We’ve got some great ideas! Let us know if you try any of these fun activities in the comments section below or on our Facebook page. We would love to hear from you!

Buy Your Pet a Fun New Toy

New presents are the best, right? Your pet agrees! Maybe your pet has a couple of standby favourite toys, but a new toy will be an exciting surprise for your furry friend. There are plenty of unique pet toys available for purchase online. You can even take your pet with you to the store and let them pick out their own!

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Consider a Professional Photo Shoot

It’s probably safe to assume that upwards of 75 per cent of the camera roll on your cell phone is full of photos of your pet. Step up your photo game this year and book a professional photographer to take some sweet snaps of your best buddy! Get some photos of just your pet, and then get some shots of both you and your furry friend to remember the moment forever. You can even request to have a Valentine’s Day theme in the background. Get some great ideas here!

Bake Something Your Pet Will Love

If you enjoy baking, why not treat your pet to a delicious snack? It’s no secret dogs and cats love treats. Making treats homemade is a great opportunity to give your pet something they wouldn’t normally have. Make it extra special by treating your pup to a treat made with bacon grease (seriously, like this recipe) or give your kitty a yummy seafood snack with catnip (they’re favourite) like this.

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Get Crafty and Make Custom Paw Prints

Custom paw prints are a nice way to preserve a small part of your pet. The same way someone might use clay to make hand prints, you can do the same thing with clay to create paw prints. Paw print kits are available for purchase in some pet stores and most craft stores, or buy one online like this kit.

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