The thing about Valentine’s Day is that it comes right after you start to get back on track after going a little crazy for the holidays. Trust me, I know how tempting aisles of heart shaped chocolate can be. Fortunately there are some options for Valentine’s Day celebrations that don’t require you eating boxes of chocolates or pounds of dog treats and can help you stay on track with your resolutions (if you still remember them).

Here are a few options I have found.

If you have been reading for a while, you will know that I am a huge fan of The Honest Kitchen’s Quickies.

Luna begs for more The Honest Kitchen Quickies for Valentine's Day.

Luna begs for more The Honest Kitchen Quickies for Valentine’s Day.

These tiny heart shaped treats are only 1.1 calories each! They have a pretty strong smell, but your dog will LOVE it.

Right now Quickies even feature a festive Valentine’s Day themed tube!

What is inside this Top Secret Petco box?

What is inside this Top Secret Petco box?

Petco also knows that wonderful gifts don’t have to be edible. They have a whole line of adorable Valentine’s stuffed toys.

Petco has fun Valentine's Day toys and accessories!

Petco has fun Valentine’s Day toys and accessories!

Although Luna might disagree and think all stuffed toys are edible, she did look pretty good in her new heart printed dress.

Luna is ready for Valentine's Day with her heart printed dress from Petco.

Luna is ready for Valentine’s Day with her heart printed dress from Petco.

She also learned to appreciate her vegetables. Luna sure loved her broccoli and although stuffed toy onions are tons of fun to play with, real ones should not be fed to dogs. Luna highly recommends squash instead!

What is another gift idea that isn’t covered in chocolate? One that helps with your pet’s safety!

Or even better, one that helps you find your dog during a power outage.

Kwik Bike Lights are perfect dog collar lights.

Kwik Bike Lights are perfect dog collar lights.

I picked up two Kwik Bike Lights from the Target One Spot. As soon as I saw them, I knew they would work perfectly with a dog collar.

Luna doesn't even notice the Kwik Bike Light on her collar.

Luna doesn’t even notice the Kwik Bike Light on her collar.

You can attach them as you one to a bike or just thread your dog’s collar through the loop.

With a coupon on Cartwheel, each light was only $0.80 ($1 regular price). Plus one is Valentine’s Day red. So check out your local Target’s One Spot.

Do you give your pets Valentine’s Day gifts?

Disclaimer: Petco and The Honest Kitchen provided product free to review. Affiliate links are used in this post and I may receive a commission if you click and/or purchase from the link to help support this blog. Do not worry, these links do not affect the price of products. I received no additional benefits for mentioning the products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business.

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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