The Best Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day with Your Canine

The Best Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day with Your Canine

Valentine’s Day is usually celebrated by spending time with your loved ones or loved one. It’s the perfect time to cheers to the love you and your cared for loved ones exchange for one another. Calendared in the middle of winter, not to mention during COVID-19, can be a warm light of thoughts, love, and consideration.

Whether or not you have a human Valentine to spend the day or evening with, you most likely have a four-legged friend that could use some extra loving too. Your canine or feline gives you so much on a daily basis, so this may be the perfect time to give them a little more in return.

Think about those cute, big eyes starting at you as soon as you walk in the door, the way they smile when they see you like it’s been an eternity since you’ve been home. There’s nowhere else your pup would want to be besides being cuddled right up next to you.

So why not spoil your furry friend a little extra today? Here are a handful of wonderful suggestions we’ve put together to honor the bond you and your furry friend have for this upcoming Valentine’s Day.

Let’s get to lovin’!

Fun Ways to Spend V-Day Together with Your Dog

There are so many ways, ideas, and activities you can choose from when it comes to making memories with your four-legged best friend, especially on Valentine’s Day. In all actuality, some of the things we’ll talk about may be activities or things you already do with your fur baby. It never hurts to give them extra love and cuddles though, right?

1. Made Homemade Dog Treats

Here comes a tasty one! One of your innate ways of appreciating your pup is most likely through treats. After all, the way to any one’s heart is through their stomach right? Wait, is that just for humans?

Interestingly enough, our dogs aren’t much different than us (besides the not talking). Baking homemade treats for fido may be just the cherry on top they are looking for after their long walk or game of fetch at the park.

Take a stab at one of these recipes for scrumptious dog treat recipes, let us know what you think! Most of these recipes are made with coconut oil and CBD oil, along with other nutritious and natural ingredients that are safe for your dog.

No Bake Coconut Cookies

6 tablespoons of peanut butter

3 cups of rolled oats

½ of shredded coconut

½ cup of coconut oil

First, mix together the coconut oil, peanut butter, and roller oats together in a large bowl. Scoop out small amounts of the dough, shaping them into small balls with your hands. Spread the shredded coconut out onto a large plate and roll each of the balls into the coconut shreds until it’s evenly covered. Set the balls on a cooking sheet lined with parchment or wax paper, chill in the fridge for 30 minutes, and whala!



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