You’ll have so much extra free time after using these problem-solving products.
A small breed dental chew that helps clean teeth and freshen breath, so you can enjoy smol dog smooches without having to pinch your nose closed.
A waterproof GPS tracker so you can keep tabs on outdoor cats, dogs who roam on large properties, and any indoor pets who have been known to bust out and wander the neighborhood. Once you activate the tracker, you can follow your pet’s movements on a live GPS map.
A cooling vest for doggos prone to summertime overheating. Just soak the vest in water, wring it out, and help your dog chill.
A spray that helps prevent marking behavior, aka when your pet uses the area under your coffee table as a toilet. Just spray it wherever your pet has been going, let it sit, then wipe or vacuum. Plus, it removes stains and odors, too.
A larger, machine-washable calming dog bed for bigger pups who can’t fit into smaller raised-rim donut beds, but would still benefit from their soothing qualities. Size XXXL fits dogs up to 100 pounds!
A tree-mounted bungee tug toy so your pal can get the vigorous exercise and play they need without pulling your arms out of their sockets (after all your sockets do for you, they really do deserve a break).
A bike-mounted leash attachment so you can take your medium-to-large pupperino along on rides without wondering how you’re going to steer your bike and hold the leash at the same time.
A bag of Greenies cheese-flavored pill pockets for dogs who hate taking their medicine but cannot resist a little fromage. Just place the pill inside the pocket, pinch the top closed, and serve it up like a regular treat.
Or a bag of chicken-flavored pill pockets because your cats have grown wise to all your “wrapping a pill in deli meat” ways.
A nontoxic nose balm for pups whose sniffers are dry, chapped, scaly, or could just use a little TLC.
A self-warming bed that uses your pet’s natural body heat to create warmth — so elderly pets who need heat for their joints, or small animals like Chihuahuas who are often chilly, can stay snug.
A USB-charged light-up leash with both steady and flashing light options, because you and your pup need to be visible on night walks, no matter the weather conditions.
A transparent furniture shield that adheres directly to fabric, so your favorite furniture-destroying feline won’t be able to sink their claws into your new couch or chair.
A hands-free belt leash because it will make it easier to jog, hike, push a stroller, run errands, or otherwise travel with your best pal. If you need more control, just grab the built-in handles near the top and bottom of the leash.
A FURemover broom specifically designed for sweeping fur off of any surface, including carpets and hard surfaces. It also has a squeegee edge to clean liquids (pet-related or otherwise) off of hard surfaces.
A silicone-bristled paw washer, so you don’t have to struggle with scrunched-up towels or soaked-through paper towels every time your buddy comes in with muddy paws.
A set of dog training bells that your pup can use to let you know every time they want to be let outside to use the bathroom (instead of whining, barking, or whatever else their current method is).
A small, compressible, machine-washable travel dog bed, so you don’t have to fuss with packing up your pup’s big bed when it’s time to travel — just compress the bed into its storage sack, pop it in your bag, and get ready to explore the world (or the part of the world that’s of interest to dogs, anyway).
A no-spill water bowl that releases more water as your puppo drinks, preventing spills, overflow, soaked faces, and gross little food bits floating in the water.
A padded, reflective, no-pull harness with a top handle, so you and your bestie can have the safest, most comfortable walks ever, without worrying about tugging, darting, or harnesses that cut painfully into their skin.
An elevated dog bowl because it can help prevent the neck and back strain that taller or older dogs can feel when leaning down to eat.