For a limited time (Feb. 13-16), you can adopt a pet at Best Friends Animal Society for just $10. The affordable adoptions are offered in Utah, Louisiana and a number of shelters across the nation. See a puppy that you like but it's too far away? Your new dog may qualify for a free flight home (anywhere in the U.S. and Canada).
Any one of these four-legged darlings promises to be a better Valentine than a boyfriend could ever hope to be, and here's why.
Dresh is a baby Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler). From the moment you bring him home, you will find the most loyal, devoted partner you could ever hope for.
When given the choice to watch the big game or get cozy with you, young Anatolian Shepherd Ollie will always opt for snuggling.
Forget Honey, Baby or Sweetie, your new Chihuahua comes with a ready-made love name: Bumblebee.
Lordes, an American Staffordshire Terrier, is a bit set in her ways, but you'll be too busy enjoying her intelligence and playfulness to care.
What you see is what you get. When Paddington, a senior Shar Pei, claims to be loyal, fun, calm and sweet-natured, you can count on it.
Not all boyfriends qualify for this level of commitment. Focus your loving energy instead on someone special like Sparkles, a 1-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier/Boxer that's dealing with a congenital heart defect.
Sloan is a baby American Staffordshire Terrier/Boxer who was born in September 2014. Once you lay eyes on him, you won't give a second thought to the fact that he was found as a motherless stray.
Adopt Raven, a baby Chow Chow/Border Collie with no strings attached. He'll happily adapt to the way you do things, and you'll never have to worry about which holidays to spend at his family's house.
Your puppy would rather be with you than anyone else in the world. You could be the very best friend of someone special like Arderial, a baby Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler).
Aside from a potty accident or a chewed-up shoe, Quincy, a baby Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler), promises to never let you down.
A boyfriend named "Hawk" sounds like a player. A baby Chow Chow/Border Collie named "Hawk"? That sounds like the most loyal of partners.
Whether you're on your way to a cocktail party or just slumming it around the house, you will always get two thumbs up from Nar, a baby Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler).
Puppy love is universal and comes in all shapes, sizes and breeds. Let Magpie, a baby Chow Chow/Border Collie from New Mexico, prove it to you.
You can go days without showering, and Paradwyn (a baby Australian Cattle Dog) will still worship you.
Your adopted dog won't need cards, love letters or presents to prove its love. Chow Chow/Border Collie Finch has plenty of other ways to reassure you that you're the one.
Adopt a dog — puppy, young adult or senior — and you will be rewarded with adoring stares like the one demonstrated above by adult Chihuahua/Dachshund Cranberry.
The moment you and baby Chow Chow/Border Collie Eagle meet, you will fall instantly and irrevocably in love.
Bring home Kybar, a baby Australian Cattle Dog, and he's yours for life.
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