Oh crumbs!!! TheDogsDoodahs.com uses cookies. It's important that you check out our privacy policy and cookie policy. Only use our website once you're ok with those and press OK to hide this message.
Ok, I'm good to go!
More information
Cookie Portal
Manage and find out more about the cookies used on this website.
View Cookie Settings
Read Cookie Policy

Accept All Cookies and Close
Close Without Saving
< Back
This website has 3 types of cookies:
Your preferences will not take affect until the next page loads or this page is reloaded.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Feature Cookies
Performance Cookies
Save and Close
< Back
< Back
Cookie Policy
< Back

Valentine's Day Cards

It's that beautiful time of year again, Valentine's Day is coming. Valentine's Day Cards are an art that's rarely understood. You can pick the perfect card and set her/his heart on fire or run wild with a funny card that sets the tone for a year of giggles. Or do both, there's nothing better than a giggle with a snog. As with every perfect card, only you and the recipient can know the perfect choice. This year, we've got traditional Valentine's Day Cards alongside our usual funny cards and most can be personalised with a name or even a photo. 
If you're into history, pop along to Wikipedia to see how our modern Valentine's Day originated.  There are lots of different opinions about how it all started but we're pretty sure the act of giving a card (and a gift, typically flowers or chocolate) started right here in the UK. We especially love that people don't restrict Valentine's Day Cards to their beau- more and more now, we see friends and family sending a little note of love through the post.
Your Valentine's Day Card can be personalised online at TheDogsDoodahs.com and posted on the date you select or even sent back to you for signing, handing on or hiding in a special place! If you have a romantic story to tell us, pop on over to our social media pages too, we love a bit of the soppy stuff.  
Back to List

Keyword Search
Live Chat


There's been an error