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    19 Pet Products That'll Help With That Annoying "Chew-Everything-In-Sight" Problem

    The struggle is real, but these items should help your pet and your things.

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    1. An organic cat grass growing kit because it can keep your cat from chewing on their cat trees and on your socks, and it can also help with hairballs and indigestion caused by taking a bite out of things around the house. It's made from a blend of barley, flax, oat, and wheat seeds and is a good source of vitamins and minerals. (And it's black thumb approved!)

    2. A pack of chew toys specially made for dogs who are aggressive chewers. This pack comes with 11 extra durable toys that'll keep their focus away from your shoes. The various textured, sized, and shaped knot ropes will be a hit!

    reviewer's dog waiting to play with chew toys

    3. A jar of hemp calming dog treats to help your favorite pup chill in all instances. Chill on the chewing, the biting, the barking — you name it. It's made with a blend of natural relaxing herbs such as chamomile, ginger root, and organic hemp seed powder (no THC or CBD included!).

    4. And for my cat parents, a calming cat spray specifically designed for aggressive, feisty, or tense cats. The non-sedating formula will help chill them the heck out, which means no chewing on you or your stuff.

    A cat belly up sleeping on a cat bed

    5. A pack of all natural matatabi chew sticks that actually help keep your kitty's teeth clean. It's all natural (made from the Matatabi plant) and is the purrfect alternative for cats who don't care much for catnip.

    6. A toy made from bite-resistant rubber so even the toughest chewers will find it indestructible. It even has a hollow center so you can throw in a few treats to really keep them entertained.

    7. A calming diffuser kit for when the chewing is caused by stress and anxiety. This diffuser releases pheromones with a lavender aroma that helps cats (and even dogs, according to reviewers) relax. It also works great if your pet is having trouble adjusting to new surroundings or has separation anxiety.

    a reviewer's cat sitting next to the plug-in diffuser

    8. An automatic pet feeder because your pet might be chewing on things for an obvious reason: they're hungry! With this feeder, you can schedule your fur baby's meals for up to four feedings a day. It can hold 4 liters of food, too — which basically is just peace of mind that your pet is covered even when you're not home.

    9. An anti-chew spray for a scent your pet will come to loathe and you will love because it works. A few spritzes of this and your dog or cat will want nothing to do with that one chair or sweater they seem to love munching on. And the best part? It's totally safe for your pet as it's made with a human grade bittering agent and contains no propylene glycol (unlike other deterrent sprays on the market).

    a reviewer holding up the spray bottle in front of their small dog

    10. A flavored chew toy because of the mental stimulation chew toys provide, and the love your pup has for anything beef-flavored. If this wont keep them away from your couch I don't know what will.

    Dog chewing on red chew toy

    11. A cat chew toy to have an ultra strong and resilient against your pet's gnarly fangs. It's made of natural rubber on the outside, with a bag of catnip on the inside to keep them interested.

    The reviewer's photo of their cat with the cactus toy

    12. A pound of thick-cut chips that are all-natural and handcrafted for dogs with a chewing behavioral problem. Bonus points: they're clean, nonsmelly, and won't stain your carpet!

    a reviewer holding a bag of the cut chips in front of their dog

    13. A roll of double-sided deterrent tape because if your fur baby is anything like my cat, the couch corners are fair game (and not just with scratching). This tape is transparent, so it won't ruin the look of your furniture either.

    14. A bottle of Obsess Less, a calming pet supplement you can easily drop in their mouth, their food, or their water bowl. It's specifically made to ease pets with compulsive behaviors such as chewing.

    a bottle of Obsess Less sitting next to the packaging box it comes in

    15. For safety purposes, a cord protector to prevent any cable chewing as the journey to end this annoying habit can be...long. It can conceal multiple cables at one time in case you have a few in one area.

    16. And a small cable protector, perfect for wrapping around thinner cords like phone charging cables or headphones.

    17. A pack of odorless gold yak dog chews, one of the original "something to keep them busy" treats. These babies are still in the game because they work! They're made of natural materials and are 100% milk-based (i.e. no artificial ingredients will be getting into your pup!).

    a dog chewing on the yak stick

    18. An electric feather tumbler cat toy, because maybe what your kitty needs is an unchewable toy to get the no-chew ball rolling. This battery-operated toy rolls around on its own, moving the feathers on top. It's super durable and we all know anything moving will hold a cat's attention.

    a cat looking at the white and gray toy

    19. A squeaky chew toy toothbrush for the pups who are more intrigued by sound than anything else. The rubber "spikes" also work to clean your dog's teeth as they play and chew.

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