Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Do you have someone in your life who deserves to spend this special day being loved, appreciated, pampered, and rubbed? Oh, did I forget to mention that I’m not talking about people? This article is dedicated to all the pet parents out there.

An organization called, TripsWithPets surveyed a group of 200 pet parents to find out how they are planning to celebrate their love for their pets this Valentine’s Day. Here are the top 5 activities they found.

  1. “Sweet” Treats

The most popular way pet parents plan to spoil their furry valentine this Valentine’s Day is to visit a doggie bakery. What pooch doesn’t love to sniff all the glorious bakery smells? And then gets to sample delectable morsels of love – like a heart-shaped peanut butter cookie with icing on top! It doesn’t get much better than this.

  1. The Great Outdoors

For those with active pets, more than 20% of surveyed pet parents plan to head out to enjoy some pet-loving outdoor activities. These include long walks, hikes in the woods, and romps at the beach – or in the snow!

  1. Weekend Retreat

Fifteen percent of pet parents plan to pack up their pooch and get away for the weekend. Most are planning to head to pet-friendly destinations where there are plenty of activities for their pup. They prefer to stay at pet-friendly accommodations that pamper both people and their pets. 

  1. Dinner for Three

Ten percent of respondents plan to pack up their pooch and head out to a pet-friendly restaurant to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Most restaurants with outdoor seating areas welcome furkids. Some even offer special doggie menus, or at least doggie water bowls.

  1. Binge Watch

For those pets (and their people) who prefer to chillax and unwind on this special day. Snuggling up with their favorite couch potato and binge-watching some movies are what’s on the docket!

TripsWithPets have been helping pet parents travel with their furkids for over 10 years. With over 35,000 pet-friendly accommodations across the United States and Canada, they provide pet travelers with a wide variety of pet-friendly options.

When planning a trip, you can go to TripsWithPets.com to find and book the perfect place to stay with your pet — including detailed, up-to-date information on hotel pet policies and pet amenities. Helping pet parents plan trips with their pets is what they do! #jointheroadtrip.

Daniel Albert is an Award-Winning journalist majoring in Integrated Strategic Communications at Washington State University.