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    25 Best Subscribe And Save Products For Puppy Owners

    Meaty snacks, breath-freshening treats, soothing wipes, and everything else your puppo doesn't want you to run out of.

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    1. A bag of teething treats that will help them satisfy their urge to chomp safely (aka far away from your couch legs).

    A puppy chewing on the treat, which is a circular ring that they can insert a paw through while they chew for stability

    Promising review: "My 8-week-old pomchi loves these. They're just tough enough to keep her occupied for awhile, but not too tough for her little teeth. I use these at night when it's time to go in her playpen, and put them up the rest of the day so that they are a special crate/pen training treat." —Stephany Renae

    Price: $3.56/month

    2. A puppy-safe daily probiotic supplement, for doggos who are prone to tummy troubles—it will help promote healthy gut bacteria, which means fewer bouts of diarrhea, gas, bloating, and indigestion.

    The supplements, which are small and look like typical nugget-style dog treats

    Promising review: "My puppy had a bout with giardia, and even after he finished the meds, his stool was still runny. He got the all-clear from the vet, but still had loose stools. I tried pumpkin to increase his fiber and it didn’t seem to help. I ordered these probiotics and they fixed him right up! He also loves them! He whines for more every day! Definitely recommend these over the $80+ vet prescription probiotics." —Natalie22

    Price: $23.37/two months

    3. A package of leak-proof, odor-neutralizing, lavender-scented puppy pads, so your house doesn't have to smell like you're house-training a puppy (even though you are definitely house-training a puppy).

    The pad, which has a soft quilted top layer

    Promising review: "I have gotten every type of pad. When you have a 14-week-old puppy who is already nearly 30 lbs, the pee bleeds through on all of them. This is the ONLY pad that has worked. You can feel the difference — nice and thick. The other heavy duty pads I got are just as thin as the others, and bleed through. These are worth the price. Definitely would be great for a senior dog, as well." —nicole polsinelli

    Price: $23.74/month

    4. Or a washable, reusable puppy pad, because you can house-train your pup and save the earth at the same time.

    The pad, which is larger than a traditional disposable pad

    Promising review: "These have been a total lifesaver. We've put them where she's most likely to pee when we're not looking, and they have worked beyond my expectations. First of all, two pads are included, which I didn't expect. That way there is still one in place when I have to wash the other. Secondly, they absorb so much liquid! Our puppy is 4 months old now, and they still hold all of the pee she produces. With no leaking! They wash up like new, even after all the months we've used them. Also, the blue is perfect because it's easy to spot the darker spots when an accident happens. So much to love!" —Erin M. Black

    Price: $18.95/month

    5. A natural breath-freshening treat for puppies whose kisses have become a little...well, too stinky to enjoy.

    The bag of treats

    Promising review: "I was originally very skeptical of this product, not so much because I thought that it might not work, but because I thought that nothing could possibly help my Chihuahua's lava-vomit-puke-stinkola dog breath! I am pleasantly surprised that this product works far beyond my expectations! Within a week, the positive change was pleasantly noticeable. Also, my chihuahua is finicky but absolutely loves and looks forward to this treat! In addition to doing everything it says it will, it's also made right here in the good ole' US of A!...If your dog's breath was anything like mine's, you won't go wrong with this product—and this is from someone who writes few reviews!!" —terry p.

    Price: $4.55/two months

    6. An all-natural chew repellent spray that doesn't use chemicals to keep your best friend from gnawing on things — it just makes those things taste and smell so unappetizing, your doggo will want nothing to do with them.

    The spray bottle

    Promising review: "My 3-month-old Great Pyrenees is a chewer and a very HARD playful biter. I've sprayed the poor dining table that she already tore up, and she hasn't put her mouth to it since. I really wish I knew about this spray a month ago! I've even started spraying it on the top and soles of my shoes (since she will bite my feet while I'm minding my own business) and she is repulsed enough to not bite my shoes—but not so much that she won't come near me, so that is excellent. It makes her sneeze when first sprayed, and my husband/kids complain of the clove smell, but I just let her outside for a bit and tell them to join her. :) Thank you for this wonderful product!! I am way less stressed at home not having to constantly redirect her." —Celene

    Price: $14.24/month

    7. A pack of Greenies chicken-flavored Pill Pocket treats, so getting your puppy to take their medication doesn't have to be a battle anymore. Instead, just slide the pill into the hollow center of the treat, pinch the top closed, and voila! You have a happy human and a happy, healthy pup.

    The pill pocket, which is a soft, round, moldable treat, with a hole on one side to insert the pill

    Promising review: "Pill Pockets make life so much easier when you have a pet who takes daily medications! Our puppy is on a daily probiotic and he gets so excited for his 'medicine' every’s so cute! IMHO, well worth the $!!!!!" —Daytona675

    Price: $5.50/month

    8. A package of de-wormer tablets, because there are few things more heartbreaking than seeing your precious pupper struggle with hookworm, roundworm, and tapeworm. This medication will evict those parasites from your sweet baby's bod, ASAP.

    The box for the medication

    Promising review: "I used this for a new puppy. The previous owner said the puppy was dewormed and had shots given. I wanted to be sure, though, because the poor pup was so bloated, always thirsty, and he had a good amount of fleas in his fur. I used triple wormer and the next morning, the puppy had spaghetti worms in his poop! Bloating stopped in a few days. It is recommended to use dose twice, once a week, for 2 weeks. The puppy was 6 lbs. I used a whole pill. He didn't have any side effects." —Jenna

    Price: $33.89/three months

    9. A package of cleanup wipes for your pup's feet, muzzle, butt, and any other areas that get not-so-fresh in between baths.

    The wipes, which comes in a resealable plastic box

    Promising review: "These are great for your pupper! No scent, no dangerous chemicals, and no bad skin reactions. I use them for her butt and her paws, mostly, as well as her face. I’m careful to not touch her eyes or mouth with them, though I think it should be alright. Because every dog is different, I would apply the wipe minimally at first, wait 24 hours to make sure your pupper hasn’t had a reaction, and then decide how to use them, to be safe. From my experience, though, these are both safe and super useful. 5 stars." —megsb

    Price: $14.24/month

    10. A natural pet stain and odor remover spray, because you want to remember their puppy years forever, but you definitely don't want any "mementos" of house-training.

    Promising review: "I don’t know how I ever survived without this. There are tons of 'pet stain/odor remover' products out there, but this by far is the absolute best. I cringed paying the $20 for it when others are between $5-$10, but I have NO ISSUES paying now. I foster dogs — some puppies, some older, some not housebroken — and every room in my house is carpeted except the kitchen. Which means I have lots of accidents. I spray enough to saturate if it’s a lot of urine, let it soak for 10 minutes, then wipe it up with a hand towel. Then, if it’s in a high traffic area, I put a larger towel on top of it until it’s completely dry. It’s taken out every stain and, more importantly, the odor is gone! I will never stop buying this product. I recommend it to everyone who has dogs!" —Shelly

    Price: $18.97/two months

    11. A roll of odor-blocking, lavender-scented, leak-proof poop bags, so you can make the least-fun part of going for a walk a little bit easier., Via

    Promising review: "I have two dogs (a 5-month-old labraheeler puppy and a mid-size shepherd/basenji mix) and only need to use one bag for multiple poops on our walks, so they are definitely roomy enough. No struggle trying to open the bags at all, which will be great when the temperature really drops and I don't want my fingers to freeze off whilst struggling with a bag. The scent does actually do an excellent job of covering the funk, too. Pleased with my purchase and pleasantly surprised. These are a really good value, high quality poop bag!" —Pen

    Price: $6.64/three months

    12. A jar of skin-and-coat-supporting treats that are full of omega-3s, vitamin C, vitamin E, and biotin, so your pupperoni can snack their way to healthy skin.

    The supplement, which is small and looks like a regular treat

    Promising review: "We have a black lab puppy and noticed she was starting to get dandruff in the cooler months. I researched options and saw this product had great reviews. Our 9-month-old puppy loves the flavor, and we have noticed a huge difference in the shine of her coat! The dandruff is nearly gone, and we can’t wait to see how her coat continues to improve." —Edward Borowski

    Price: $23.37/month

    13. A calming puppy treat made with valerian root, hemp seed powder, and chamomile, for when thunderstorms, separation anxiety, unfamiliar surroundings, fireworks, travel, and other stressors have your furry pal on edge.

    A dog, lying calmly after eating the treats

    Promising review: "I purchased this product to help our dog, Kona, be calmer and more relaxed after her spay surgery. She is a 6-month-old labradoodle who needs exercise in order to stay calmer and happy. Having these natural calming treats helped her get through the 10 days when she needed to be inactive to recover. I think it also helped with her anxiety over wearing the blow-up donut around her neck. She did surprisingly well. I liked the ingredients in the product, and can testify taking two a day made a big difference in her demeanor. This combination really worked well to keep her calmer and less stressed out. She didn’t seem really out of it, either. Great product." —Debbie W.

    Price: $22.49/two months

    14. Or a natural anti-anxiety collar that uses pheromones, lavender, and chamomile oils to soothe your pupster when they're nervous about loud sounds, traveling, or being in a new place.

    The collar, which is purple, plastic, and adjustable

    Promising review: "I loved the smell of the collar, smelled pleasant and relaxing. We have a 5-month-old Goldendoodle puppy, and I honestly wasn't sure how or IF this collar would help. But let me tell you, ladies and gentlemen, this collar is a legit deal! Our puppy was easier to settle—he really likes to aggravate our 14-year-old cocker spaniel, and he even settled from that! He didn't mind it, like another collar I had tried. I can't believe it worked on a PUPPY!!!! I'm really thankful and will definitely recommend this collar for any dog owner." —Team Shoup

    Price: $15.63/month

    15. A package of Blue Buffalo training treats made with real beef, so you can reward your best bud's good behaviors with a snack that's preservative, corn, wheat, and soy-free. Use them to reinforce your pup when they stay, keep calm in new situations, and engage in other healthy behaviors.

    A puppy next to a bag of the treats

    Promising review: "We have a puppy that we have been training and she absolutely loves these treats. They are her favorite ones, and I use them for when she tends to be more hesitant about wanting to do something. The treats aren't too moist, and one meatball can easily be broken up into several pieces. They have a good smell so I use them for nose work (training to find things by scent). I like them because they don't contain corn, wheat, or soy. They also have no chicken or poultry byproduct meals. There's no artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors." —KSERI

    Price: $4.72+/month (available in four flavors)

    16. A dental care set with both handled toothbrushes and fingertip toothbrushes, because it's important to get your puppy used to good dental care habits while they're young.

    The handled toothbrush brushing a dog's tongue

    Promising review: "I've only used the large part of the long brush so far, as my 6-month-old German Shepherd is getting used to me brushing her teeth. I love that it has held up so far to her biting and licking, and I have back ups when this one is too gross to use! I love the length as well! My fingers are protected as I get her back teeth. Great value!" —Nicole

    Price: $5.55/month

    17. A hypoallergenic and paraben-free puppy shampoo, for little dogs with big skin sensitivities.

    The shampoo bottle, which is 20 fl oz

    Promising review: "This smells wonderful. My puppy has very sensitive skin and this product works. Her skin was getting so irritated with soap-based cleaners that she had bald spots and red raised bumps all over her. I used this product and then rubbed coconut oil on the bald spots, and she is now growing her hair back and the bumps are clearing up. She doesn't break out when using this. I love this. It says no soap, but lathers well. Highly recommend. Comes in a large bottle, as well." —Ann

    Price: $10.49/three months

    18. A flexible Nylabone chew toy that's made for teething puppies under 25 pounds who are moderate chewers. It's gentler on their growing chompers than regular bones.

    A puppy chews on the bone, which has nubby sections on either end

    Promising review: "My 5-month-old Australian cattle dog puppy loves to chew on this, and despite his best efforts, the bone holds up. We take it everywhere. It can be rinsed off and has maintained its shape for over a month." —lusochic

    Price: $11.39/two months

    19. A jar of aloe-infused daily ear cleaning wipes, so when yeast, wax, irritation, discharge, or other troublemakers show up inside your best pal's little ears, you can clean them right out.

    The pad being used to clean the folds of a dog's ear

    Promising review: "Fresh smell, not overpowering, works great. Pads are the perfect size for my 4-month-old Cavalier. She sits and enjoys her ear cleaning and then she smells April fresh! I recommend these and will buy more when I run low." —DebLuv'sAmazon

    Price: $12.34/three months

    20. A bag of organic, wheat-free dry dog food formulated for puppies, so you can be sure your growing pal is getting all the nutrients they need from natural ingredients like organic chicken, sweet potato, flaxseed, and blueberries.

    The bag of dog food

    Promising review: "Love love love. My dog is like my child, so I want to make sure that she eats the best food possible to live a long healthy life with me. And that all starts with this puppy food. Castor and Pollux do an amazing job at letting me focus on my puppy and her needs, and not worrying about what could be in her food. She is a picky eater and still loves this stuff. I have definitely noticed a smoother coat and smaller poops from her since she has gotten on this food, so I’m assuming that she is taking in more of the nutrients instead of just pooping them out. So, definitely a happy mom." —Sarah L.

    Price: $18.99/month (available in grain-free or healthy grains)

    21. A pack of fur-safe, leak-proof wraps for male puppies who struggle with excitable urination or marking everything in sight. A color-change area on the outside of the wrap even lets you know it's time to change!

    A dog wearing the wraps, which cover the belly area but leave the backside free and open

    Promising review: "They stay in place and the Velcro goes all the way across the diaper unlike other diapers that just have a little piece of Velcro and then you find yourself adding tape or another band to hold it into place. Will keep purchasing these until my puppy is trained." —Saundra Gonzalez

    Price: $8.56/month (available in three sizes)

    22. A tin of natural paw and nose butter that's made from shea butter, mango, and oatmeal, so you can soothe your pup's dry, cracked footsies without worrying about what will happen if they lick it off (because let's be real...they'll probably lick it off).

    Promising review: "It helps! My puppy's paws were rough. And this cream does wonder for my baby's paws. It heals cracks, makes them smooth, smells great, and my 5-month-old Havanese loves it when I’m massaging this cream into his paws. I think he thinks it’s spa evening."—Yekaterina

    Price: $7.58/two months

    23. A package of Stella & Chewy's freeze-dried raw patty treats, for puppies who crave protein. Each patty is 95% meat, organ, and bone, and free from added hormones, antibiotics, and other yucky stuff. The protein can support their immune system, keep their teeth and gums health, and put some extra pep in their step (though knowing puppies, maybe yours is already peppy enough).

    The patty, which is roughly the size of the palm of your hand, being dropped into a food bowl

    Promising review: "We have a rescue pup that we started on Stella & Chewy's right away. I like that there is naturally occurring DHA (for brain development) in the salmon. You can actually smell the beef and salmon when you open the package, too! Anyway, my 8-lb. puppy will stare at the closet where we store this food and whimper. When I bring the bag out to feed her, she jumps and dances. I'd take a video to share, but pretty sure she would attack me for stopping the feeding process :) 100% recommend for puppies!" —phishead28

    Price: $13.29+/month (available in 12 flavors)

    24. A rubber bath brush that can be used in or out of the bath, removes loose fur, dirt and debris from your lil' nugget's coat, and makes them feel like they're getting a wonderful massage. Everybody wins!

    The brush, which is round, and covered in small rubber nubs on one side; on the other side, there is a strap that you slide your hand through

    Promising review: "Our 6-month-old German Shepherd loves it when we use the bath brush! It has made it so we don't have to do two washes, because the brush helps to get the soap beneath the top coat on the first wash. He also loves when we brush him with this, inside or outside of the bath. Great idea and wonderful product that everyone who has a dog should probably have." —Kody

    Price: $8.52/two months

    25. A tin of grain-free wet dog food, for puppies who love meaty texture, and humans who love that it includes probiotic and prebiotic fiber and is gluten-free.

    A dog with the cans of food

    Promising review: "I ordered this after trying multiple other dog foods for my female 9-month-old Cavachon, Dolly. So, I got one of the bowls, opened it and Dolly was already acting like Christmas had finally arrived. She scarfed it down! I felt like I'd found a miracle cure! So far, she has loved every flavor it the pack. Kudos to Merrick! Awesome job on this dog food!" —Clear Blue

    Price: $18.03+/month (available in 11 flavors)

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