If you are a pet owner, then February 20th is your day to rejoice! National Love Your Pet Day is a chance to put the focus on your furred, feathered, and scaled pet companions, reminding them just how much they mean to you and how much they improve your quality of life. We decided to celebrate with a curated gift guide for your pets. There is something here for everyone, whether you own fish, are a bird lover, or just want to let your dog and cat know how much you care about them. And be sure to share on social media with #NationalLoveYourPetDay.

Zilla Mix

If your best friend is a turtle or an iguana, then look no further than this healthy snack that doesn’t have to be refrigerated!

Grapewood Branch

Snakes like to hide, but they also like to climb, especially when they can move along branches to get closer to their heat sources.  This grapewood branch is beautiful and functional.

Glow In The Dark Flowers

Fish wanna have fun too and these glow in the dark flowers will give them (and you!) the “Alice in Wonderland” experience.

Bird Toy

For your parakeets and lovebirds, this toy will keep them happy, busy, and safe.

Parrot Toy

If you have a large bird like a parrot or cockatoo, then you know keeping their minds engaged is priority #1.  Spiral rope bungee toys are great for climbing and balance and the bell is just an added bonus.


Ferrets love to play and they are super-smart.  Be sure to pick something out for them that can’t be taken apart easily. This octopus can be used for hide-and-seek, peek-a-boo, and snoozing.

Rosewood Maze

If you have bunnies or guinea pigs you simply must get them a rosewood maze-a-log treat challenge board, providing mental stimulation and snacks at the same time!

Cat Feeding Toy

For your feline friends, you can exercise their brains and bodies with this unique feeding toy.

Dog Collar

And if you want to splurge on your dog and set him apart from the crowd, look no further than these limited edition, handmade leather collars. Stunning!

Julie Bond

Julie Bond is a voracious reader with eclectic tastes running the gamut from YA lit, to psychological suspense, and anything dog-related, of course. You can find her haunting her favorite San Francisco Bay Area indie bookstores. Email her at ObsessiveBookFanatic@gmail.com


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