San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2008
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2008. When was the last time you told your dog how much you loved her? How often have you wished that someone else could express your feelings to your true love for you? Are you a secret admirer of the guy in the corner cubicle?
This Valentine's Day you can email a personalized, doggedly appealing Valentine to your precious pooch and the sweet loves of your life with e-valentines from Dogtime.com's virtual dog valentine card shop at http://dogtime.com/occasions/valentines.html.
Choose from one of six charming valentines featuring the heart-melting faces and the soft brown eyes of labs, pugs, mutts, puppies and kittens or send all of them. Don't have time to craft your own Shakespearian love sonnets? Then, one of Dogtime.com's special dog haiku valentines is for you.
"Romeo had Juliet. Cyrano de Bergerac had Roxanne. Timmy had Lassie," said Clare Ellis, editor of Dogtime.com. "The love between a dog and their person is one of the purest forms of unconditional love around. We're happy to help dog people the world over celebrate it this Valentine's Day."
Express yourself with a floppy-earred card from Dogtime.com and spread the love this Valentine's Day.
How We Met
Follow these real life love stories of dogs finding new homes and people finding their perfect canine companions on http://www.dogtime.com 's weekly How We Met feature series.
Looking for the Dog of Your Life?
Take the MatchUp, Dogtime's online matchmaking service for dogs and people and find out what kind of dog is best for you, then connect with thousands of available dogs in rescue shelters all over the country.
Go ahead, Find Your Wag on Dogtime.com.
DogTimeMedia is the largest pet media network exclusively focused on pets, reaching more than 10 million pet lovers through 50 pet sites, including http://www.DogTime.com, the premier destination for dog people. Headquartered in San Francisco, DogTime staff's collective experience includes years of raising dogs, writing about dogs, rescuing dogs, training dogs, walking dogs, falling in love with and having our hearts broken by dogs. DogTime's mission is to keep dogs out of shelters and in good homes by equipping novice and experienced owners alike with all the information needed to make them, and their dogs, very happy. Clare Ellis is Editor and SVP for Content. Trevor Wright is President.