Love In The Time Of Coronavirus - 10 Ways For Dog Mom To Celebrate Valentine's Day With Your Furkids
2021 marks the change during Covid 19 for celebrating Valentine’s Day. People won’t fancy going out amid the coronavirus fears, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a thoroughly fulfilling dose of romance in the comfort of your own home with your family and four-legged buddy. Here’s a list of 10 ideas for a wonderful “doggy date” on V- Day.
1. Sleep-in together
Start Valentine's day slowly and sweetly by cuddling in bed with your pup. It's a wonderful time to enjoy lots of doggie cuddles together before being ready for the most romantic day of the year.
2. Go for a hike/long walk
If you live somewhere with nice weather on Valentine’s Day, take a romantic stroll through your favorite park and enjoy the fresh air and exercise. Also, don’t forget to wear a face mask when out in public to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus’s spread.
3. Take a bubble bath
After going for a walk, it’s bath time. Comfort your pups with dog-friendly bubbles or scrub up with a good shampoo in warm water. Just be ready for those post-bath zoomies!
4. Get a gift full of love
Skip the box of chocolates; we all know that’s a no-go. Give the gift of quality toys designed in-house, full of treats for your puppies who will spend most of their time staying at home and waiting for you.
5. Create a photo book
A unique activity for Valentine’s day – go and take an “old-time” photo challenge. Thanks to this album, you can realize how your four-legged bestie changed from the first day you stayed together. Or, gather all those pictures together into a doggie evolution book that will provoke a lot of “awwwws.”
6. Give a massage
Instead of grooming as usual, you can bring your house into a small cozy spa for your four-legged friend. Follow the simple massage tips to help them chill out or incorporate handy tools to alleviate stiffness or tension.
7. Donate to your favorite shelter or rescue in your dog’s name
As a dog mom, our dog already is the best gift for you. But, other pups are still waiting for still the day their forever family gets to celebrate Valentine’s Day with them, so give a little back to those who need it most.
8. Bake heart-shaped treats
One of the best and most loving things we can do for our pups is to make treats for them. Preparing heart-shaped cakes for a romantic dinner, your dog absolutely down for it.
Related post: 7 Easy & Simply Irresistible Homemade Dog Treat Recipes
9. Enjoy dinner together
The fine dines with some wine just for you, soft music, shareable treats, a loving partner. What a pawfect date! It would be so much fun to plan a date night with your pup. Bonus points if you light a candle, ensure to keep it out of the wagging tail range.
10. Watch movie
Let’s end your exciting day with some downtime. Get your favorite movie, snuggle your besties, and popcorn is a surefire way to have a cozy evening.
What Are Your Ideal Plan For This Valentine’s Day?
If you have any special plans with your pooch this 14th February, let us know in the comment below! We love to hear about how dog moms are planning to celebrate the day of love with their loveable doggos.
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