Happy Valentine’s Day 2017!
Today is the day many shower their loved ones with roses and chocolates to express their eternal love and affection. Even many lucky dogs are the recipients of their human’s love and affection. However, roses and chocolates are not the appropriate gifts for dogs. Did you know that chocolates are toxic to dogs because of theobromine and caffeine? Moreover, rose thorns will damage the delicate lining of your dog’s mouth. So what should you get your faithful canine companion to express your love on Valentine’s Day or any holiday? You will probably be amazed just how easy it is to please your lovable pup.
Best Gifts for Dogs
Taking your dog for a walk is one of their favorite activities, bar none. There is no better sight than seeing a lucky pup strolling down the street with their happy human. The icing on the cake is gentle petting and cuddling together. For most dogs, this is what they really want – what makes them happy and content. Although bones and other treats are desirable, what your dog really wants is you!
Special Dog Treats
So remember to give your dog some loving and attention this Valentine’s Day and every other day of the year. Make their day with a casual walk in the park. However, if you find your dog walks are not the pleasure trips you had hoped, we can definitely help you turn dreaded dogs walks into a walks in the park. Our goal is to make every dog a lucky dog, no matter what day of the year. Give your pup some extra loving today. And give us a call if you need help turning your dog dreams into reality.
For the Love of Dogs
Kathryn R. Gubista, PhD is an evolutionary biologist, college biology instructor, former zookeeper, author, certified professional dog trainer with Lucky Dog Training Asheville and has over 30 years of dog training and human teaching experience. The Dog’s Perspective is a training philosophy based on how dogs think, the title of the book series and our blog.