Fun Valentine’s Day Pet Treat Ideas


Even though you already show your pet how much you love them every day, Valentine’s Day gives you the chance to express your affection for them even more!  There are numerous alternative safe pet treats you may give to your pet since they cannot have chocolate. To show your pet how much you care for them, try the following treats.


#1: Heart-shaped box of assorted treats

Does your furry friend have too many favorite pet treats to pick just one? Fill a heart-shaped box with delicious, pet-safe goodies. Add bite-size treats, small pieces of fresh fruits and veggies, chunks of cheese, and bites of lean meat, then present the dish to your furry pal. Good treat options include apples, bananas, melons, green beans, carrots, bell peppers, tuna, and turkey breast.


#2: Peanut butter-covered strawberries

Skip the toxicity-causing chocolate coating on juicy strawberries and slather them with xylitol-free peanut butter instead. Berries are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, plus they are a great source of fiber, which aids in digestion. To help your pet enjoy all the health benefits berries have to offer, spread a thin layer of peanut butter on various types of berries, then pop them in the freezer for a tasty frozen treat.


#3: Conversation heart cookies

Everyone, including your pet, appreciates home-cooked goodies. Make heart-shaped cookies using your favorite treat recipe, and then use xylitol-free peanut butter or plain greek yogurt in a piping bag to write messages to your furry pal, such as:

  • I chew-s you
  • Puppy luv
  • Good dog
  • You’re purr-fect
  • Friends fur-ever
  • I ruff you


If your pet gets into a Valentine’s Day treat they shouldn’t have, our team is here to help. Call us for an appointment.