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National Love Your Pet Day, Show Your Pet the Love They Deserve

Feb 20, 2020 | Uncategorized

How to Show Your Pet the Love They Deserve

Happy National Love Your Pet Day! Pets show us unconditional love each and every day, and that’s a very special gift. National Love Your Pet Day is an unofficial holiday that’s celebrated annually on February 20th. The holiday encourages pet owners to spend quality time with their pets to show them the love and affection they deserve.

Cat, dog, bird, fish or reptile, National Love Your Pet Day is the day to do something special to show them how much they mean to you. Here are five simple ways to do it.

Four Ways to Celebrate National Love Your Pet Day

Give Them Special Toys
Pets love to play. Surprise your pet by making them a special toy out of an old t-shirt or socks or taking them shopping for toys at the local pet store. It’s an exciting adventure you can share.

Bake Some Homemade Treats
Nothing says I love you like homemade pet treats. Make treats with pet-friendly ingredients that are the flavors of their favorite foods, and let them go to town! From frozen or baked treats to bones, and pet cakes and cupcakes, you can make your pet feel special all year round. Best of all, you know exactly what’s going into their treats – quality ingredients and lots of love. It’s always a good idea to consult your veterinarian before making treats!

Schedule a Spaw Day
Give your pet the full ‘spaw’ treatment! A day of grooming and pampering by a trained pet stylist will leave your pet looking and smelling their best.

Find an AZPetVet grooming salon.

Spotlight Your Pet on Social Media
Share the love – post a pic or video of your pet online to show the world why they’re so special, goofy, or just plain adorable. Posting a photo of you and your pet is a wonderful way to make a memory of National Love Your Pet Day.

Show us how you’re celebrating National Love Your Pet Day! Post a pic of you and your pets on the AZPetVet Facebook page or on Instagram.

Disclaimer: Not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinarian advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian with any questions you may have regarding the medical condition of your pet. If you think your pet has a medical emergency, call or visit your veterinarian or your local veterinary emergency hospital immediately.