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    40 Things We Think Your Very Good Pet Deserves, Just Because

    They work really hard napping all day. It's time to reward them.

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    1. An adorable stuffed duck that reviewers say lasts and lasts and LASTS.

    Promising review: "My dog Hazel LOVES this duck! She has had it for nine months now, and it’s still intact! It somehow made it through her teething as a puppy. She rips and tears apart all of her toys, but this one still looks decent!" —Emily A

    Get it from Amazon for $4.23.

    Check out my colleague's Multipet yellow duck toy review for more deets and some adorable photos of her pup and his quacker.

    2. A mountable cat-grooming brush to help your kitty get some rubs when your hands are all tied up with other tasks.

    reviewer pic of cat scratching himself on a wall mounted brush

    Promising review: "I got this for my three-legged cat because he can't scratch his left side. He'll be trying to scratch and all you see is his little nub going crazy. I found these and he immediately LOVED it! The expression on his face when he first tried it was priceless. The only downside is that it's possible it'll fall off because it was hard for me to get all pieces of tape to stick on a corner at the same time, but I can always buy more double-sided tape so not a big deal to me. The product is for Floyd, not me, and he's happy, so 5 stars." —Pippa Runs

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99.

    3. An ugly lil' fur-removing tool that'll finally unearth all your precious fur baby's locks from the carpet, car seats, basically any upholstered surface ever so you'll stop giving them the side eye for their mere adorable existence.

    reviewer pic of the tool, all the pet fur gotten up with it.
    Niki / Chewy

    Promising review: "Honestly I was skeptical of buying this until I read the reviews. We have four cats, two dogs, and a molting Holland lop bunny. Well, on our clothed black chairs the fur remover works amazing! But I have no pictures to prove it. BUT TONIGHT! This thing cleaned my clothes and my bunny’s sleep mat. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. All I have to say is this thing works!!" —Niki

    Get it from Chewy for $10.95.

    4. A "security" hoodie for your dog who barks at EVERYTHING. ::ordering one for my parents' dog Hank::,

    Promising review: "It’s super cute. 😂My little one got the XS. I mostly got it because he gets cold outside and shakes a lot. Its fleece interior helped keep him warm. He didn’t shake at all the whole time we were outside with him." —Jessie

    Get it from Amazon for $14.45+ (available in sizes XS–XXL).

    5. An interactive cat toy that'll have your furry family member having a blast. If only you'd known years ago...

    Promising review: "I have a whole room filled with cat toys that my cat is not interested in. It's funny how the least-expensive cat toy I have makes him go crazy. He plays with this until he's panting like a dog and I have never seen him jump so high. I'm certain this toy will help him lose his belly. He loves it! I highly recommend it!" —Kwoo

    Get it from Amazon for $2.21.

    6. A liquid tartar remover for dogs you just add to their water bowl for a noticeable (sight and smell) reduction in plaque and stinky breath. Here's to glowing vet visits.

    Promising review: "My dog's molars were turning black and he had a ton of buildup on his canines. In the photo (above), just imagine everywhere you see slight yellow, instead covered in black and brown gunk and hard plaque. His gums were beginning to look inflamed. And, of course, his breath could kill a horse. After one week of constant use (a capful for every bowl of water) you could see an obvious difference in tooth color. I was blown away. (Why can’t human mouthwash do such a good job on our teeth?) After three weeks, his molars were almost completely clean. After a couple months of use, the plaque on his canines was soft enough to brush some of it off, which was totally impossible before. Plaque covered the canine approximately 70%. Obviously that's no longer the case. IDK what insane solvent this is made of, but it keeps his gross mouth clean as a whistle. Now I don’t have to worry about my picky princess mutt losing his teeth because he can’t be bothered to chew anything." —BaconPancakes

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in three flavors and two sizes).

    7. Or some dental health powder you can sprinkle on your pet's food for cleaner teeth and fresher breath. 

    A dog's gums looking irritated and red
    The same dog's gums looking less irritated and less red

    Promising review: "I began to use this product on my Doberman at about 1 year. He is now 4 years old, and the vet says his teeth and gums are amazing. I have never done any dental work with him and do not brush his teeth. He has fresh breath and no tooth decay or gum issues. I absolutely credit Perio Support for his healthy mouth and will always use it on my dogs." —HappytoGrill

    Get it from Amazon for $20.

    8. A pack of Burt's Bees cat wipes to help keep your cats smelling fresh and dander reduced. Maybe they've shied away from spray in the past? At least with these they'll feel like they're getting a petting session in (but you know the truth).

    The wipes

    Promising review: "Our son was having a lot of dander on his back near the base of his tail. We kept up the brushing but it wasn't going away. Looking at the reviews I decided to go for the dander wipes. Well, I have used it twice and was blown away. His dander is pretty much all gone now. Plus his hair seems shinier and silkier after his brushing and using the wipes. Not to mention our baby boy looks just like the cat on the packaging. All around I will continue to buy these and use once a week or twice every two weeks to keep up his beautiful orange coat. Thanks, Burt's Bees!" —Tom Cincotta

    Get them from Amazon for $3.13 (or Subscribe & Save for $2.97/month).

    9. Wondercide Spray seen on Shark Tank that'll serve as a naturally derived alternative to your pet's monthly treatments because fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are horrible! Your pet doesn't need to speak human words to tell you that!

    person spraying the product on a calm looking golden retriever dog

    Promising review: "We never had problems with ticks or fleas while living in the city, but six months ago we moved to the country. Our two dogs (Doberman and small pit bull mix) run around outside and sometimes in the woods on our property. We started finding ticks on them. The vet recommended $50+ collars 'that most other owners buy for their dogs.' We scoffed at the expense for two dogs. I had remembered seeing this product on Shark Tank and had saved it on my lists here. Started using it on our dogs three months ago, Doberman has had not one tick and the pit bull had one, on the back of his ear, which we found super quick. This has been a great natural product to use out here. And there are tons of ticks. I think I'm going to start using it for myself per reading other reviews." —KitKat

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in seven sizes and four scents).

    10. A foodie dog toy for your furry family member to get in on sushi night too in the most adorable way. Ready your phone for pics.

    small dog holding a stuffed dog toy that looks like a piece of sushi

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in variety of styles).

    11. A snuggly undercover dog bed for your furry lil' angel whose prime lounging spot is in the middle of your living room floor. This'll look far better than their favorite raggedy blanket. And it's machine washable!

    dog laying on faux sheepskin dog bed that looks like a nice rug

    I've seen this beaut IRL and dogs seem to really adore them. Also my former dog roommate really loved a similar faux-fur blanket we had on the couch. As for that machine washable part, the furry part zips off and you can wash it. AND the liner within is memory foam and guaranteed not to flatten for 10 years.

    Get it from for $249 (available in two styles). And check out more of the luxe-looking home goods designed for your dog's lounging.

    12. A nail grinder that, according to reviewers, will be a godsend for pets who hate or can't get to the groomer but are quite good at growing talons. 

    Promising review: "There are a lot of different devices out there to help trim your pets' nails and I have probably bought and tried most of them. This tool is by far and away one of the best you can get for the price. It was the same one that my pet groomer used and charged me $25 for each nail trim. If you have the patience and are willing to invest a little time your pet, you can get professional results without the hassle and cost of taking Fido or Kitty to the groomer. If your pets are like mine, they HATE loud noises, especially when you get near their paws, and struggle to get away. This is by far one of the quietest devises I have purchased and easy to handle. The battery lasted long enough to trim three dogs' and three cats' paws. It recharges quickly and conveniently via a USB charging device (which you will have to purchase separately). I used my iPhone charger. The first time you use it, you will want to go slow as it can grind pretty quickly depending on the thickness of your pet nails. You only want to grind long enough for the nail to get warn and NOT hot. I found that several two-to-three-second grindings worked much more effectively than 10+ seconds and my pets found it more tolerable. Your pets might not 'like' their first experience but keep at it (I did it once a week) and before you know it, you will be able to do just as good of a nail trim as a professional groomer." —Jeff B.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in two colors).

    13. Or a nail file board you can train your dog to use if they're also not into grinders. It's more or less a big emery board.

    Dog rubbing its nails on a pink board
    Scratchpad for Dogs / Etsy

    Scratchpad for Dogs is a small biz based in Atlanta. Jen Fleming, the store's owner, came up with the idea after adopting a shelter dog named Ripley who absolutely hated having his nails trimmed. 

    Promising review: "Love this scratch pad! We adopted our dog almost a year ago and he's been terrified of clippers and grinders since day one. We've never been able to maintain his nails due to his super reactive anxiety around nail care. That's all changed since we got the Scratchpad a few weeks ago! He took to it right away and his nails have shown significant improvement in just a few sessions!" —Kira Armajani

    Get it from Scratchpad for Dogs on Etsy for $41.95+ (available in two styles and three grit levels).

    14. A plaid hoodie to match your go-to Buffalo-plaid button-down.,

    Promising review: "OMG! The cuteness overload!! I have four dogs — a Great Dane, a Doberman, a goldendoodle, and a Chiweenie. I obviously ordered the largest size for my Dane. It is a bit tight, but he is a very large Dane and muscular through the chest. The length is perfect, but like I said, a bit tight through the chest. For the Doberman and doodle I got the next size down, and theirs fit perfectly, though for all the large dogs, the hood doesn't cover their heads. For the Chiweenie, I got a size small, almost ordered XS, but, as she is part weener, she's long. Her sweatshirt fits perfectly and the hood works for her. The material is exactly like a cotton sweatshirt one would order for themselves. For the price, I don't expect them to last forever, but the seams are not splitting and the colors are bright and bold. Overall I freaking LOVE this purchase!!" —Amber Compher

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in sizes XS–2XL and in six colors).

    15. A jar of wrinkle balm that'll help prevent infection and irritation in your bulldog's wrinkles...likely resulting in less paint and irritation PLUS giving the vet or groomer less of your hard-earned cash.

    Promising review: "We were at the point where I was about to go back to the vet and get antibiotics for our dog as nothing was working and her lip folds were smelling really bad. I didn't want to do this as she has had several doses of antibiotics so this wrinkle balm was my last try before heading back to the vet. I am delighted to say that it absolutely worked. I wash her face with soap in the morning, give it a good dry, and then apply the balm. Our dog is very happy to have the balm put on and even wags her tail (in contrast she hates the mousse that the vet prescribed). I clean her lip folds with witch hazel at night, dry with tissue and then apply more of the balm. After a day or so the smell improved and after two weeks her once inflamed and swollen lip folds are looking 100% better and there is no smell at all." —Carrie

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or Subscribe & Save for $14.20/three months (available in three sizes).

    16. An allergy supplement that reviewers say has helped dogs will all sorts of skin sensitivities scratch and shed less. They have a dose of probiotics and other nutrients said to help improve immune function, aid digestion, promote healthy skin, and add shine to a dog's coat.,

    Promising review: "Unbelievable improvement! My 11-year-old Lab started to shed like never before. Piles of his fur on his beds and surrounding them. Vet couldn’t find cause because there was no itching, scratching, just hair falling out in mounds. She also didn’t think it was an allergy because nothing had changed in his environment. Looking on the internet I found the reviews for this product. Within one week I saw a difference, and now a month later his coat is almost back to normal and shedding has almost stopped completely. And he likes the taste and the smell isn’t overwhelming. We started with the turkey flavor, which he really loves, but he also eats these without coaxing." —caps

    Get them from Amazon for $26.97 (or Subscribe & Save for $24.27/month).

    17. A hair-removing glove for pets who KNOW what you're doing when you pull out a regular brush. They'll think they're getting a total treat but I'll keep our evil secret.

    The grooming glove with silicone nodules, full of hair held in front of a French bulldog
    AnaMaria Glavan / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "Awesome pet hair remover! I have a Korat mix cat with short hair that's impossible to groom with a brush. I've tried all kinds of combs and brushes and nothing has worked well on him. I took this out of the package, I showed it to him and let him sniff it, and then pet him with it. This thing is awesome! With just a few strokes I removed a ton of cat hair. I highly recommend this for hard-to-groom cats." —LB in the OC

    Get it from Amazon for $5.94+ (available in three colors).

    18. A dog water bottle so you can stop carrying around a collapsible bowl and water bottle to keep your pup hydrated and ready for play.

    Promising review: "This is perfect for my French bulldog who is 4.5 years old and picky about everything. But he loves his water bottle. He is always in need of a drink when we hiking, walking around, or having an overnight trip. It's very convenient to use and not big and bulky. It also has a wrist band that you can attach that make is easy to take it with you." —Roxie

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    19. A low-noise electric pet shaver for scaredy cats (and dogs) who don't do well at the groomer's. It's easily rechargeable and equipped with a safe, stainless-steel blade.

    Promising review: "I have a large Border collie/Chow mixed-breed dog that sheds small dogs. When I trim him it is more like sheering a black sheep rather than a dog. This cut right through his thick undercoat. My trimmer was my husbands old clippers and it has a cord. I love the cordless feature although because of the size of my dog and that he was way overgrown the battery died before I could finish and I had to recharge and finish later. I think if it will be fine next time if I don't wait till the fur is so extremely long." —The Robe Warrior

    Get it from Amazon for $28.04+ (available in six colors).

    20. A grooming rake that'll help loosen tangles and lighten your pup's undercoat — without the yelps. 

    Promising reviews: "It really gets out the hair from the undercoat of my Aussie without pulling and hurting her. It came highly recommended by my groomer. It really helps with shedding, pulls that undercoat out, and keeps my old girl cool in the Florida heat." —R. Smith

    "This works amazing. I am a groomer and this works really well for the clients who have dogs with a lot of undercoat that’s shedding. I may get a second one for home use. And you can’t beat the price!" —Whitney

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    21. A detangling shampoo might just have you filming a slo-mo video for your grid of your dog shaking his glossy, NOT tangly ears. 

    Promising review: "Worked great on my two adult rough collies! Helped me remove the spring coat shedding nightmare." —Lauren

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $9.49/three months).

    22. A pet odor–focused candle or room spray that won't smell like an odor-eliminating candle. I swear! They cover up eau de dog without giving you a headache. Stop blaming your dog for smelling like a dog.,

    In case these Vanna White–like animals aren't convincing enough, check out my full review of One Fur All Pet House candles. (My personal fave is the lavender green tea!)

    Promising review: "My favorite candles so far! My cat approves it too! My cat is super sensitive and gets allergic to certain scents but this candle has really been a hit! We both love the scent and the relaxing smell helps to keep my cat calm. PS: The customer service is AMAZING! We ordered the lavender green tea candle." —Natalia

    Get them from Amazon: candle for $29.95 (eight scents) and room spray for $9.99 (five scents)

    23. A waterless cat bath because your precious angel is really starting to stink, but that isn't something you have to live with! I mean...have you ever tried to give a cat an *actual* bath?

    reviewer's pic of clean looking cat

    Promising review: "This product is great at helping me keep my long haired persian's hair smelling and feeling clean without actually having to bathe her multiple times a month. She is a rather messy eater and gets her chest dirty, and this waterless foam cleans the mess right up. I have also noticed less shedding since using this product and her hair is so soft and fluffy. The smell is pleasant too. (Picture of Purrsephone and all her glorious floof thanks to the help of this product.)" —Crystal M.

    Get it from Amazon for $7.49.

    24. A year-round paw protection cream chock full with vitamin E to keep those paws protected against ice and salt in the winter...and then against too-hot sidewalks and sand in the summer.

    Reviewer before and after showing how effective the balm is moisturizing a dog's paw pads

    Promising review: "I live in Florida where the pavement gets very hot in the summer. I started to notice my dog’s pads getting chapped and rough. Whenever I would touch them he would recoil, which made me think they were bothering him. I ordered Mushers because I hate when my hands are dry and I couldn’t stand to think my baby might be uncomfortable or even in pain! It was actually difficult to apply at first because my dogs paws were so rough. After the first application I noticed a difference in the texture of his paws. Not just immediately after application but the following day as well. When I went to apply the next day I noticed it was significantly easier to apply because my dog’s paws were significantly softer. With every subsequent application I noticed my dog’s paws were softer and less rough. After five days of application they feel like a baby’s butt! Definitely recommend and will be repurchasing. This has become part of my pup’s routine." —Lexi Berger

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    25. A donut dog bed to cradle your fur baby in soft faux fur that'll remind 'em of their mom's coat.,

    Promising review: "Our 11-pound Chihuahua, Lucy, absolutely loves this bed! It took her a few minutes to get used to this new thing in her life after we first introduced her to it, and now she practically lives in it! We bought the small size. It’s incredibly soft and well-padded on the sides and the bottom. The interior edges are deep enough that she can 'burrow' into them. She’ll often put her leg(s) or head into that area. It’s as comfortable when placed on our hardwood floors as when it’s on the sofa. I’ve posted pictures of Lucy enjoying her bed on Facebook and Instagram, and already a few friends are going to order one for their own dogs. If they came in human size, I’d be tempted to order one for myself! " —katydid26

    Get it from Amazon for $28.73+ (available in four sizes, eight colors, and in a bundle with a matching blanket).

    26. A cat tree house to give your cats a cool hangout without cramping your interior style.


    Promising review: "At first, our cat wouldn't climb onto it, even with coaxing her with treats and catnip. We think it might have had a smell or something about it from the container. But now, it's her FAVORITE part of the house; she's on it all the time! It was pretty easy to assemble and is a really cool cat tree. We didn't want a 'carpet' tree, and the extra foliage fits nicely in our house!" —The Queen of Anneland

    Get it from Amazon for $129.87.

    27. A clever doggie doorbell that'll give your dog some major freedom once you teach 'em to ring the doorbell when they need to go outside. Bye, accidents.

    Dog using its nose to push a yellow disc on the doorbell

    Promising review: "Our 5-month-old pug knows he's not supposed to do his business inside the house. He's trained that well at least. However, we've had a hard time getting him to communicate to us that he needs to go outside to do his business. With this little doorbell at nose level for him, he picked it up within a day and hasn't had an accident inside the house since. Love having this thing because we don't need to be in the same room with him to know that he has to go outside. He just runs down to the door, smacks the button with his paw, and the chime sends us into action." —Jason L. Pyrz

    Get it from Amazon for $30.

    28. A catnip tunnel toy that'll make your cat ignore you even more than usual. It has a crinkly lining your cat's gonna love.

    Reviewer photo of their cat lying in the leg of pants

    Promising review: "This is by far the absolute best cat toy, especially if you have two cats that need to become better playmates. We call them the clown pants and both our cats spend time running through them each day. Often one gets in one leg and the other gets in the other leg. That is actually how the two of them began to enjoy being together and learned that they could play with one another. There aren't enough superlative words to describe how much our cats enjoy this toy. It is so superior to the long straight tubes and takes up so much less space. But don't expect it to stay in a special spot in your house, with all the running and sliding that goes on inside these pants they are constantly finding a new place to rest. Thankfully stepping on them doesn't hurt them, nor have I found them to be a trip hazard." —York Gardner

    Get it from Amazon for $24.24.

    29. A purring cat toy to help your kitty deal with separation anxiety. It'll feel like curling up to another cat who's purring thanks to a built-in mechanism.,

    Promising review: "Works like a charm! I recently found myself a cat mama of an abandoned week-old kitten. I bought this knowing she needed just something to cuddle up to in her bed. Turns out it basically hypnotizes her to sleep. She crawls to it, kneads it and eventually her meows turn to silence. I wish the purring lasted longer but for $10 it is a lifesaver. She's pooped on it a couple times so I've had to throw it in the washer and dryer minus the battery pack. It's held up great." —S Leytem

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    30. And the dog version with a plush Snuggle Puppy that has a "heartbeat" reviewers say their pets especially find soothing during crate-training. (I've suggested it to friends with great success!)

    Promising review: "This puppy is amazing. We ordered it after our first two sleepless nights with our chocolate Lab. He cried and whined and barked. He is now seven months and this thing is still his BFF. It has held up amazingly well. No holes and he chews and sucks on it daily. No other stuffed toy has lasted, but this one has. It’s dirty and well loved and still has all stitching and stuffing intact." —L. Arm

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95 (available in five colors).

    My coworker bought this for her puppy to help him deal with separation anxiety and stress. Check out her SmartPetLove Snuggle Puppy review here for more deets!

    31. A treat puzzle maze because, quite frankly, your cat is insulted by the too-simple toys of yore. You can fill this with kibble, treats, crinkly toys, catnip, and more.

    cat playing with a box with various holes cut into the surface

    Promising review: "For $15 I thought why not try it. It had good reviews. Well, my cat Homer usually likes the box the toy came in more than the actual toy, but not this time. He really seems to enjoy it and it keeps him entertained and stimulated. This might be his all-time favorite plaything. We've had this toy for at least a year and it still looks new. It is the best toy he has." —Mjojo6331

    Get it from Amazon for $15.48.

    32. Or a pack of matatabi chew sticks if your cat isn't so into catnip. Matatabi is a plant native to Japan and a catnip alternative. Oh, and the stick format helps keep their teeth clean.

    cat chewing on the stick

    Meowy Janes is a wonderfully named small business based in New Egypt, New Jersey. It specializes in catnip and catnip alternatives.

    Promising review: "I have two young Siamese mix cats that chew wires, shoes, wooden spoons. These chew sticks are perfect for them. They sniff the sticks, rub on them, and then start chewing. My two cats that are over 10 years old just rub on them but don't enjoy chewing them. If you have a very active cat that does destructive chewing, these are a great substitute." —JEM4612

    Get them from Amazon for $9.97.

    33. A dog treat mix you simply have to combine with oil and water to whip up a protein-rich biscuit you pup will adore. Plus the formula is made to add shine to your dog's coat, encourage healthy skin and nails, help reduce shedding and scratching, and aid digestion and overall health.

    Whisk & Wag, Amazon

    Whisk & Wag is a family-owned business crafting nutritious dry dog treat mixes.

    It also comes with a heart-shaped cookie cutter.

    Promising review: "I’m a cookie baker so when I found this product, I was all over it! I was nervous that our doggo wouldn’t like them but they’re his new favorite! You definitely smell the peanut butter and can see the dried berries throughout the mixture. The dough was a bit crumbly for the cut-out hearts but it worked out fine! I probably could’ve added more water than what it called for to make the dough the consistency I’m used to. I also bought some icing specific for dogs and drizzled it over the treats once they were cool. This brand is our new go-to!" —Haley

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    34. A Chuckit! ball launcher to help you throw your dog's ball like you're a Marvel superhero. And also tire them out a bit more. Talk about an efficient trip!

    The launcher

    Promising review: "My dog never understood the concept of fetch. It didn't matter what I tried. This FINALLY has her fetching and using up all (OK, most) of the energy that a cattle dog has. We can play over and over and over without my measly arm wearing out, and she's able to sprint to her heart's content. I'm already planning to gift one to my brother's dog who also is fetch dumb." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $5.79+ (available in five lengths).

    35. A near indestructible Jolly Ball your dog can get as ruff with as they'd like without you worrying about a replacement.,

    Promising review: My 1-year-old Pyredane loves this big ball. She carries it around and loves to chew the rope and the ball. Her greatest delight is in gnashing and destroying toys, and my delight is if they last more than a week (ballistic material toys don't stand a chance with her). The Jolly Pet Romp-n-Roll makes us both happy. We play chase games with it but she also enjoys playing with it by herself. There are teeth marks all over the ball and the rope is a little frayed, but both are holding up fabulously. The ball was a little stiff new from the package, but after sitting in the yard for about a week, the ball softened enough that she can squeeze it. When she finally destroys it, I'll definitely buy another." —L. Colburn

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+ (available in six sizes and colors).

    36. A cozy window hammock for your cat as their very own perch to keep tabs on all the important things the birds are doing outside.

    Cat in hammock that is suction cupped to the window

    Promising review: "Our cats love their new sun beds! Perfect for snoozing, spying on the neighbors, and squirrel watching! Easy to assemble, sturdy, and attractive." —26.2 Mama

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    37. A matching dog and face mask set because hey we might be living in a pandemic, but that hasn't cramped your matching style.

    Matching bandana and face mask with stars and moon print
    Sir Dogwood

    Sir Dogwood is a small Chicago-based Black-owned business that offers the swaggiest styles for your pet.

    Type Of Fit: Elastic ear loops

    Pocket For Filter: No

    Fabric Type: Cotton and polyester

    Shipping Time: Immediately

    Get it from Sir Dogwood for $33 (also available in pink and green).

    38. An automatic water fountain that'll encourage your cats to stay hydrated. (Some cats don't like still water as a defense mechanism.) Also, it's so cute!

    Reviewer photo of the fountain, which has a flower-shaped spout

    Promising review: "Cats aren't prone to drinking enough water, and they also abhor getting their whiskers wet. This fountain, recommended by a friend, was a huge hit from the moment I set it up and solved both of those problems. My kitty now guzzles water any time she wishes, which is definitely more than before (and yay, I don't have to turn the sink on for her now, which was the only way she'd drink water). This is fantastic!" —X

    Get it from Amazon for $25.87+ (also available in blue).

    39. A combination of dog treats and cat treats so that *everyone* will be pleased and no one feels slighted.

    The treats
    Ava's Pet Palace

    Ava's Pet Palace is a small Black-owned business started by Ava Dorsey when she was just 13 years old!

    You get two best-selling treats: Cheeze Pleeze Bites, a dog treat made with organic Parmesan and cheddar, and Salmon Snacks, a cat treat made with 100% wild-caught sockeye salmon jerky.

    Get them from Ava's Pet Palace for $14.50.

    40. And a faux-snakeskin turtleneck that just might turn you into a stage mom once you photograph your kitty in this high-fashion lewk. Can I get this in human size, please?!


    Promising review: "If you have a sphynx, you know you’re playing roulette when you buy a sweater on whether or not they hate it OR if the fabric will last more than one wear! 🙄 These sweaters are GREAT! ❤️ Seams are still intact after several washes, no stains have stuck to them, cats keep them ON instead of fighting them off with hatred, like they’ve done with loads of sweaters I’ve bought them, AND the fabric doesn’t catch and tear when my kitties play fight! 😻" —Tiffany

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in sizes M–XXL and in three colors).

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