7 Valentine Gifts for Traveling Pet Parents

Choosing a perfect gift for your valentine can be a tedious task. Especially if you have been with your partner for a long time. Because by now, you would have gifted them every possible valentine’s cliche gift under the sky by now.

This season, we at Waggle bring to you 7 out-of-the-box-gifts that you can get for your special someone if they love pets and travel.

1. Customized maps

Build your love story with a customized hand-drawn map of where you both met for the first time. This will send you down to memory lane and soon you will start realizing how beautiful your relationship is. You can either choose to draw the map on your own or purchase it from Etsy.

2. Instant Film Camera

Remember the days where you used to click a picture and the camera printed the pictures immediately?

With the rise of Digital SLR’s, they became obsolete. Go old school and get him/her an instant film camera. Buy them and start capturing your travels together in a flash.

3. RV Pet Temperature Monitor

Do you or your partner take your pet with you often during travel?

Does the temperature bother you when you leave your pet unattended in the car or RV?
Purchase a pet monitor and gift yourself peace of mind while traveling. The pet temperature monitor will constantly record the temperature and instantly notify you and 5 other trusted members if the threshold increases or decreases.

Buy now and enjoy your travel without worrying about the safety of your fur-kids.

4. Cosmetics

Have you ever seen how difficult it is for a woman to pack her makeup essentials while going on a trip? And, do you know what a perfect boyfriend/husband you’d be if you get her the perfect makeup?

Spend some time, research, and surprise her with a makeup set from the brand she uses.

5. Hammock

If you are someone who loves spending time outdoors, then this is it. Buy a super-packable portable hammock without a second thought. Be it camping, trekking or a beach vacation this hammock will save your day.

6. Camp Stove

This super easy-to-pack camp stove allows you to keep food away from your mind. Buy a stove that runs on multiple fuels so you don’t have to worry about finding white gas in remote locations.

7. Rechargeable Headlamp

A headlamp is what everyone should carry while traveling. This is of great use when go on a trek, or the power goes out. Headlamps are more powerful than your phone light and it keeps your hands free.

Use a USB-chargeable headlamp so that you don’t have to worry about carrying batteries.

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