Sidewalk Dog is a safe space for us dog lovers to fly our freak flags, so I think we can all admit that we’d be perfectly fine spending Valentine’s Day alone on our couch with our dog and Netflix. But perhaps your dog-obsessed friend or spouse has managed to find their way into your heart, too? Perfect, because we have ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts for dog lovers.
1. This personalized cross stitch of their No. 1.
Because let’s be honest; you play second fiddle to the dog… and that’s OK.
Get it on Etsy for $34.
2. These dog treat molds for the Betty Cocker Spaniels.
Biscuits in the winter and pupsicles in the summer. These molds are a great gift for dog lovers and to get on your SO’s pup’s good side.
Get ’em on Amazon for $14.99.
3. Pack of Dogs Playing Cards from yours drooly.
It’ll be all hearts when you get something you can do together while you’re waiting out the pandemic. These limited edition cards benefit Pets for Vets.
Get ’em for $12.50.
4. This rustic wall art that won’t let you forget who got their first.
Wedding vow: I promise to love and cherish you as much as I do our dog. That’s how you know it’s serious.
Get it on Amazon for $16.99.
5. This 6-in-1 pocket tool keychain.
Who among us doesn’t need a dog-shaped keychain that doubles as a hex wrench? No paws raised? That’s what we thought.
Get it on Amazon for $5.99.
6. This v. relatable coffee mug.
Honestly, we feel attacked by the image of the dog mom making it rain on her beloved. Pup see it, he like it, he want it, he got it.
Get it on Etsy for $12.95.
7. This lil pot for pawrents of pups and houseplants.
If they can’t have another pup, get them something that *looks* like a pupper. And if you’re getting a plant to go with it, check out our dog-safe houseplant recs.
Get it on Etsy for $18.79.
When it comes to gifts for dog lovers, what else have you sniffed out lately? Let us know in the comments and please tag us in all your VDay photoshoot pupper pics.
Featured photo: @thatgoldendog
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