Last Minute Gifts for your Valentine

Are you behind on your Valentine’s Day shopping? Do you have Amazon Prime? We’ve got you covered.


DNA Test

Ever wondered what breeds make up your supermutt? Look no further. Embark tests for breeds, age, and health, so you can answer all your questions. Apparently, my dog is 6 years old and 50% Yorkie! It’s fun to do, and you’ll finally be able to answer the age old question, “What type of dog is that?” Although, I still default to the classic Parks and Rec answer, “Half wonderful, half amazing.” You do you!



Matching Shirts

Who wouldn’t want to match with their pet? Give your Valentine the gift of turning heads on their next walk with the pooch.



Pet portraits

We made a whole post lining up our favorite artists that specialize in pet portraits. Book with them, and then let your Valentine choose the photo they work off of!



A Cameo from their favorite Insta Famous Dog!

If you’re on this site, chances are pretty high that you love yourself some dog Instagrams. Cameo allows you to connect with your favorites to send your Valentine a video message.



Pet Friendly Plants

Check out our article devoted to all things pets and plants. These can be shipped and some of them are on Amazon Prime. Get to it!


Fluffy blanket

Let your Valentine and their pooch step up their cuddling game with this fluffy faux-fur throw.



Is your Valentine a bookworm? Here’s two of our favorite pooch themed books:



The Other End of the Leash: Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs by Patricia McConnell, PH.D.

Description from site: An applied animal behaviorist and dog trainer with more than twenty years experience, Dr. Patricia McConnell looks at humans as just another interesting species, and muses about why we behave the way we do around our dogs, how dogs might interpret our behavior, and how to interact with our dogs in ways that bring out the best in our four-legged friends.




Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know by Alexandra Horowitz

Description from site: What’s it like to be able to smell not just every bit of open food in the house but also to smell sadness in humans, or even the passage of time? How does a tiny dog manage to play successfully with a Great Dane? What is it like to hear the bodily vibrations of insects or the hum of a fluorescent light? Why must a person on a bicycle be chased? What’s it like to use your mouth as a hand? In short, what is it like for a dog to experience life from two feet off the ground, amidst the smells of the sidewalk, gazing at our ankles or knees?


Happy Valentine’s Day, friends!


Photo by Miroslava on Unsplash

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Steph Wasser

Steph has lived in NYC for 7 years, and knows all the best neighborhoods for dog watching. Currently, she's a mom to 15 plants and one sweet dog. She firmly believes there is nothing better in life than a wet snout.

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