Valentine's Day Gifts for Everyone: Perfect Picks for Pets!

02/06/2008 at 03:00 PM ET

courtesy Juicy Couture

Show your loyal pup how much you care with a sparkling gift from one of our favorite pet stores! Every dog deserves an extra-special treat this Valentine’s Day.

Sexy Beast: Let her know just how adorable you think she with one of’s specialty gifts. Our favorites include this limited edition couture Doggie-T encrusted with Swarvoski crystals, $65, and this signature Sexy Beast fragrance, starting at $50. Have the money to burn? Get the Limited Edition fragrance bottle engraved and covered in Swarvoski crystals for $850. For something a little more affordable try the Stainless steel Doggie Tags, $25, complete with a luxe velvet pouch and chic Sexy Beast jewelry box.

Juicy Couture: Juicy Couture’s Princess Necklace, $75, is perfect for getting your dog a little glam. To making him as cozy as can be, try the Heart-Shaped Dog pillow, $159. Acknowledge your pet’s real true love with this “I Love Bones + Juicy” tee, $30.

Luxe Pets: On day of love, let your cat or dog know she’s truly your best friend with this Best Friend Charm necklace, $12. Break it apart and put one on your pet’s collar and keep the other for yourself!

The Wagging Tail: The highly fashionable has just what you need to make your pet feel loved. We adore the heart engraved dog tag, $54, and the pink sparkle harness vest with a warm and fuzzy inside, $45.

Trixie + Peanut: Why should you be the only one getting a blue box for Valentine’s Day? With Trixie +Peanut’s Sniffany & Co plush bed, starting at $129, your pet can get in on the action too!

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Cocoloco on

wow. i love my dog, but spending $850 on her is a way exaggerated. i think theres better things that poeple could do with their money than spend it on swarovski crystal collars for their dogs. i mean come on! how shallow do u have to be???? if i was from a third world country and i saw this, i think i would probably cry. to think that a little dog has an $850 dollar perfume bottle, or a crystal-encrusted collar and i can’t even get clean water or food.

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