Mother’s Day for Pet Owners

Posted by Sapphire. March 9th 2018.

Many people believe that Mother’s Day is all about breakfast in bed, flowers and handmade cards. Here at Argos Pet Insurance, we like Mother’s Day for pet owners to be a little different.

From quiet cuddles on the couch to a long, muddy walk in the rain, you can spend your Sunday the best way possible – as a pet mum! We’ve got a few ways you can make the day memorable for you and your pet.


Cement your love

We know how much you love your pet’s little paws, so why not keep them forever? You can buy pet-friendly moulds online and create instant prints to display in your home.

The easiest type of set you can buy is a mould that sets in one step, which causes minimum fuss for your pet. Make sure your pet is comfortable with the process. Always make sure the mould is non-toxic and pet-friendly before using it.


Visit your favourite spot

Take your pooch out to your favourite walking spot. A trip to a local park for a game of fetch with your pet’s much-loved toy is the perfect way to spend a Sunday.

Cat owners can curl up on the couch with their pet – a purr-fect excuse for a lazy day!


Have a Mother’s Day pamper session

Treat yourself and your pet to a little pamper package. A facemask for you and a spot of grooming for your pet can be tonnes of fun. We have the perfect pamper packages for dogs, long haired cats and short haired cats!


Make a Mother’s Day card

It might seem silly, but why not try making a card for other pet mums in your life from their four-legged friends? You never know, maybe you’ll even get one back!

It’s a lovely gesture that requires minimal effort, but could put a smile on a mum’s face for the whole day! Just make sure you sign with a paw print from their pets.


If your pet has any Mother’s Day mishaps, make sure they’re covered by pet insurance. Visit to find out more information about our various policies.


Argos Limited is an Appointed Representative of Home Retail Group Insurance Services Limited which is authorised and regulated as an insurance intermediary by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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