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    27 Mother’s Day Gifts From Amazon For Moms Who Are Obsessed With Their Pets

    Forget about the robes and flowers — what she *really* wants for Mother's Day is matching sweatsuits for her and her dog.

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    1. A set of matching pet-and-parent onesie joggers, because they'll pull off that whole "loungewear all day" look so well together.

    A dog and human wear the matching jogger onesies in dark blue

    Promising review: "I love these so much! Got them as a Christmas gift and they're everything I hoped for. The fabric is thick and cozy, really great quality for both the human outfit and the doggy outfit. Also came with a dog toy that was perfect for him and totally unexpected! He is a big chewer and normally destroys things quickly, but this one lasted! I take him on walks with our outfits and he doesn't shiver anymore (he's part Chihuahua)."—Brad

    Price: $17.95+ (available in sizes XS-2XL for pets, infants, toddlers, kids, and adults and in nine colors, pet and parent onesies sold separately)

    2. A wheeled robotic cat toy with automatic on/off functions and USB charging, so their kitty can stay safely distracted and entertained for hours while they log into yet another Zoom meeting. Plus, it works on hardwood and carpeted floors!,

    Promising review: " I know you might be thinking, '$34 for a cat toy?!' But it's 100% worth it. I have two three-month-old kittens and oh my goodness—they LOVE this thing. It keeps them busy long enough for me to make breakfast, clean their bathroom, eat breakfast, AND relax. As I'm writing this, I'm realizing it was more of an investment in myself (and furniture), because now they're able to be entertained long enough to stay out of trouble and let me do what I need to do!" —Jess Marie

    Price: $34.90

    3. A plush Friends squeaker toy, because when's the last time they got a dog toy that was also basically home decor?, Amazon

    Promising review: "Our pup is loving her new toy! She loves chasing it, running around with it and even playing tug ‘o war with it. So far, it’s holding up." —Chia

    Price: $7.10

    4. A legs-out dog carrier, so they can stay as close as possible to their precious pup while they travel.

    A dog in the pink harness, which attaches to the chest and has the dog face outward with their arms and legs extending out of the harness

    Promising review: "I have a 3.5 lb. Morkie puppy who I carry with me almost every place that I go. The carrier is water-repellent and has a soft mesh front that allows easy air flow. The neck area is soft and will not press into your little one's neck. The shoulder straps are soft and won't cut into your body from the weight of your pup. I love the fact that my hands are free to carry bags while my little one enjoys the luxury of being carried. Also, I can relax knowing that my baby is in sight, close to me and safe from direct contact with the public (especially with the current pandemic). Initially, it took a few minutes to get my fur baby accustomed to being placed in the carrier. After a few days, she was very comfortable with the routine. I am extremely happy with this purchase!" —Traci

    Price: $24.99+ (available in sizes S-XL and six colors)

    5. A grooming glove that turns petting time into grooming time. Never has a belly rub been so functional!

    The glove, which has small nubs to pick up the pet's loose fur from their coat

    Promising review: "We have four lovely furry feline friends. After replacing all our carpet with flooring, we noticed major hair balls floating everywhere like tumbleweeds through the house. Obviously, we needed to up our grooming skills. The first time we used it on our cats, they weren't sure about that 'big hand' coming after them. But it only took once before they started lining up and begging to be groomed. Within a couple of days, the 'tumbleweeds' had all but disappeared, and even the lint tray in our dryer was cleaner after each load. In addition to the cleanliness, positives for this product our cats are calmer and happier. Even our somewhat neurotic tabby has became calmer than she's ever been. This is a great grooming tool and I highly recommend these gloves for any pet." —Pangu

    Price: $13.99 (available in two colors)

    6. A foldable pool, so they and their BFF (best furry friend) can cool down together this summer.

    A medium-sized dog in the pool, which allows the water to reach to the top of its legs

    Promising review: "Love, LOVE, love this pool! We purchased this mainly for our dog, but it’s been great for us humans, too! Our dog loves water and has had many kiddie pools over the years that were never big enough, or just weren’t as easy to use functionally. Size is accurate per post dimensions and leaves plenty of room for a large dog (even a couple), and room for kids adults to sit or just stick your feet in. One of the best features is the drain. This allows you to easily empty and keep the pool clean. It’s also easy to wipe down and fold to store for next time! The bottom seems very durable and has a texture to it, creating a grip for paws. Well worth the money, well worth the fun!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $29.99+ (available in sizes S, L and XL, and in four colors)

    7. A small pet snack puzzle board that will help Mom and their bunny or guinea pig have fun playing together and developing their natural foraging instincts., Amazon

    Promising review: "This was recommended to me by another bunny mom. I wasn't sure about getting it, because my bunny is so picky and mostly likes to play with his toys without anyone watching! Anyway, I got this for my bunny for Christmas and to my surprise, he not only liked it but he got the hang of it very quickly! He had a lot of fun with it! Before I got this, I used to play the 'where is it?' game with light plastic measuring cups I got for him to toss around. So now, he nudges his measuring cups and looks at me as if he's asking to play with this toy. It makes me so happy to now have something that we can play with together." —Ducky EMTP

    Price: $8.99+ (available in two colors)

    8. An 80-ounce pet water fountain, because cats are naturally drawn to running water, which means they'll drink more, which means fewer UTIs and kidney issues, which means happier kitties and happier moms (they're also neater and harder to flip over than traditional water bowls).,

    Promising review: "I have a cat who is always bugging me to turn on the faucet for her. It is annoying, especially when we are in a drought here in California. Anyway, I bought this fountain in the hopes it would appease her faucet fetish, and it's a hit for me and for her. She drank and played in it for about a half hour right after I set it up. It is very easy to put together. It holds a lot of water. It has a small filter. I like everything about it. I like it better than the flower fountain. Simple, elegant, and less moving parts. Pioneer hit the ball out of the park with this bright idea!" —Nineliveslisa

    Price: $39.29

    9. A silicone lick mat that sticks to any wall (even bathtubs). Just get it in place, smear with peanut butter or cheese, and suddenly, your pup has something to focus on besides acting like the bathtub wants to murder them.

    A dog being washed as they lick from a lick mat stuck to the side of the tub

    Promising review: "We have a 30-pound lab mix rescue who hates water. Usually, she shakes and tries to escape the bathtub. With this product, she got distracted and stayed in place. We put peanut butter in it and froze it so that it would take longer. Having the nubs helps slow her down, too. It stayed in place on our tub with the suctions. Basic product but works great." —book nerd

    Price: $10.95+ (available in two sizes

    10. A "I Love My Mom" dog hoodie for small dogs, so they can let all the other kids at the dog park know who their real BFF is.

    The sweatshirt, which says "I [heart] My Mom," in gray

    Promising review: "This is so adorable!!! It's very soft, fits well, very good material and well-made. I would definitely recommend!!" —Debbie

    Price: $14.99+ (available in sizes XS-XL and four colors)

    11. A dog rain poncho with reflective strips, because "no wet dog smell" is the gift that keeps on giving.

    A dog wearing the raincoat, which had a small hood and runs down their backs, covering the top of their hindquarters, in yellow

    Promising review: "It rains here in the Pacific Northwest — a LOT. We'd just adopted a golden retriever, and already were faced with the 'wet dog smell' permeating throughout the house. This coat solved our problem beautifully, and I swear, the dog loves to wear it. It's extremely well-made, and the fabric is nice and thick (not the cheap thin stuff you see out there). The hole for the leash is perfectly situated over our dog's harness (it is NOT for use with a collar). This was a terrific investment and really did the trick!" —Michele

    Price: $17.50 (available in sizes M–2XL and four colors)

    12. A kitty play and activity rug that has tunnels to crawl through and hide in, holes to play with, and folds to pounce on. They can play together by molding the rug's top level into new shapes, hiding toys in its folds, and taking a million photos for Instagram (what? It's a form of playing!)

    The rug, which is brown and made of two layers, one scrunched up with many holes and folds built into it

    Promising review: "My twins Peanut and Skippy absolutely LOVE this rug. Usually, they get bored with some of their interactive toys, but not so with the Ripple rug. I can form new tunnels and caves, so it is always changing. I throw toys in the holes, they bat at each other from both sides, and even sleep inside. The quality of the product is excellent. I was going to put it away for awhile, but they are too attached! I love cat toys that encourage creative play and foster intellectual stimulation, and the Ripple rug is just that!" —Martha Sohn

    Price: $43.50

    13. A set of kitty wings, for the cat mom who cosplays (or just can't stop laughing at the visual of their little monster dressed up as a literal little monster).

    A black cat with the bat wings, which attach around the neck and middle

    Promising review: "I thought it would be funny to get a costume for my cat. It’s her first Halloween, so who knows how she would have taken a costume. It was so inexpensive and simple to buy bat wings, so it didn’t seem like it would be a bad investment if it failed. When I put it on my cat, I was surprised by how much the wings didn’t bother her. It fit just fine and she walked around comfortably with it on. During October, I would put the wings on and it was funny to see her strut around with them. Good price, solid material, and overall good value!"—Das Em

    Price: $8.99

    14. A waterproof backseat cover, because what could be a better Mother's Day present than knowing they'll never have to scrape fur and weird crusted doggy drool off their upholstery ever again?

    The seat cover, which secures to the back of the backseat and the back of the front seat, creating a "hammock"-type area

    Promising review: "I have a Swiss shepherd and he often gets very messy. I used to take him to the park and lake without a seat cover, and my car was a big mess. My last cover broke pretty quickly, so I replaced it with this one. I love the non-slip bottom, plus, it is waterproof and protects my car seats from mud, water and fur. The seat belt openings are large enough. This is a great product, high quality and reasonably priced." —electric

    Price: $34.96+ (available in standard and XL and four colors)

    15. A bike-mounted leash attachment for medium-to-large puppers, so they can focus on how fun it is to go on rides together (instead of focusing on figuring out how to hold a leash and steer at the same time).

    A dog with their collar attached to the attachment, which is mounted slightly above the back wheel

    Promising review: "Brilliantly designed and built, with high-quality materials. Easy to install below seat. My 2-year-old retriever weighs 70 pounds and loves to run. Now, he can safely run beside me. We just took our first ride with Walky Dog and it was great. Walked him connected to bike for 100 yards first. The adjustable spring functioned well. I could feel some tugs, but stability was not an issue. Installed on the left to avoid long hair in the bike chain. Looking forward to many fun rides with my loyal friend. Take water and use a harness with D-ring on top. Went slow for about one mile and practiced turns and stops. No problem. Wore heavy gloves and helmet just in case. Highly recommended." —Peter

    Price: $79.99

    16. A calming, snuggly Fur Haven bed, because there's no better gift than an anxiety-free pet (well, maybe an anxiety-free pet and a Tesla, sure).

    a dog curled up in a gray donut bed

    Promising review: "My dog is a HEAVY nester. She will dig and dig to make her bed comfy and we had no issues with this bed. It forms nicely and she sleeps so much better than before. I did remove some of the filling to make it more flexible for her. (Use a dryer sheet to remove the static charge if you want to do the same and the foam comes out easily.) The outer shell wipes down easily too. She chewed one of those nylabones on the bed and it left little hard spots. Just used a wet paper towel and it came right off the fake fur." —JLP

    Price: $25.99+ (available in S–XL, five colors, and four styles)

    17. A pair of socks that explain why they've been sitting on the couch for five hours straight.

    Pink and red socks with pictures of cats and the words "Cat Mom" on the legs, and "I Can't Get Up Right Now" on the bottom of right foot, and "My Cat Needs Me" on the bottom of left foot

    Promising review: "Not only are they cute, but they are comfy, too! Oh, and they have also held up well in the washing machine." —DeepDyedYarns

    Price: $9.90+ (available in two colors)

    18. A "Dog Mom" shirt, so everyone can know that they're a proud pet parent (just kidding, they already knew because all of their clothing is covered in fur).

    The shirt, which says "Dog Mom" in white with a paw print design next to it, in gray

    Promising review: "Really like the lightweight feel, but it's not thin/see-through. Very comfy! Very soft." —Amazon customer

    Price: $14.99+ (available in women's sizes S-XL and eight colors)

    19. A dog DNA test, because knowing your mutt's breeds can help the dog mom in your life learn more about their pet's needs and health risks. The test can identify more than 350 breeds, and they can connect with their pup's family members on the app.

    Promising review: "Worth every penny! Everyone thought my rescue puppy was a Rottweiler or a Doberman mix, or even a hound, but they were all wrong! And trainers were addressing my puppy's training as if she had the temperament of a Rottweiler. Well, she is 60% Border Collie, 20% Australian Shepherd and 20% Labrador Retriever. She fits this mix and it all makes sense including her character and behaviors! I'm so glad I made this purchase! Training has been adapted to deal with her intelligent breed mix, and her flea and heartworm prevention was changed to take into consideration meds not recommended for collies." —JKing

    Price: $129

    20. A plush "Cosmutpolitan" squeaker toy, so their pup can fully participate in their Mother's Day brunch.

    A dog chews on the plush toy, which looks like a highball glass filled with pink drink and

    Promising review: "My dog loves these toys. She is not very rough with them, so they last a long time. And the handle is the perfect size for her to carry it around in her mouth." —Katrina Pelosi

    Price: $11+ (available in sizes S, L and XL, and 26 variations)

    21. A pair of customized socks that features their fur baby (or feather baby, or scale baby)'s precious lil' mug.

    The socks in blue and pink, with photo images of dog and cat faces printed in multiples on them

    Promising review: "I had a pair of socks made for our son with our dog’s face. So cute! The picture came out great and our son loved them. No issues with any fading, etc. after laundering and hanging to dry. I would definitely recommend and purchase again." —SH

    Price: $15.59+ (available in 42 different colors and patterns)

    22. A T-shirt that mashes up Jaws and adorable kitties, for the cat mom who also loves classic American cinema.

    An image that looks similar to the poster for the film "Jaws," but with a cat in place of the shark, and a mouse in place of the swimmer

    Promising review: "All-around fun — this one definitely gets a chuckle from passersby. My work environment is full of both cats and cat people, and this shirt has endless entertainment value." —WordWeaver

    Price: $17.97+ (available in men's and women's sizes S-3XL and seven colors)

    23. A pet first aid kit that comes with tick remover, a pet thermometer, an emergency collar, an emergency blanket, a feeding dropper, antibiotic ointment, bandages, tourniquets, alcohol wipes, and everything else they'll need to make sure their little pal stays safe while camping, in emergencies, or just if they get any day-to-day boo-boos.

    Promising review: "A first aid kit is one of those things we all need but hope we never to have to use. If you have pets, this kit is a must-have. I was very impressed by how many items were inside: bandages, a thermometer, scissors and just about everything you might need in an emergency. There's also a small travel bag, so you can take items with you. This is an excellent first-aid kit for pets and it's worth the price. I'd recommend it to all pet owners." —Classic Actress

    Price: $37.99

    24. A mesh outdoor cat tent, so their indoor baby can safely enjoy the outdoors with them during the warm months (though I can't promise they won't get into a stare-off with that one squirrel. We both know the one).

    The tent, which has a tarp-like bottom and a tent-style triangular top, which is made entirely of mesh, so the cat can see through all of it

    Promising review: "I bought this cat tent, because our two fur babies will sit in the window and cry if we are outside. I tried a leash, but they didn't like that, and they often escaped it. I came across this tent, and it was the BEST purchase i made. The quality is great! Both cats fit in it, so the size is perfect. Very excited that this is actually a product for the cats!!!" —hgrizz

    Price: $19.99 (available in two colors)

    25. A matching dog collar and human bracelet set that's a little like those matching "best friends" necklaces everyone had in middle school (but cuter).

    The bracelet and bow tie, which are both made of braided hemp

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE this collar and bracelet set! My dog is my absolute best friend and I love the opportunity to match him in a subtle way! The material is great and the price is great, too!! The only complaint I have is that I want more options so that I can buy more!" —KFid

    Price: $19.79+ (available in sizes XS-M and three colors)

    26. A hands-free belt leash that will make it easier to jog, hike, push a stroller, run errands, or otherwise travel with their best pal. If they need more control they can just grab the built-in handles near the top and bottom of the leash., Amazon

    Promising review: "We recently rescued a young dog with a LOT of energy, so I decided to make her my running partner. I've used a hands-free running leash in the past (big brand name and a LOT more expensive), and this one is 10 times better. The fact that the leash is attached to the belt with a free moving D-ring means that my dog can move from side to side without me having to re-position the belt each time. All of the hardware is metal so I don't have to worry about anything breaking (apart from me!!) if she sees a rabbit. The bungee is just strong enough to lessen any strain on her neck (or my waist) if either of us slows down or speeds up, and the traffic handle is great when I need a bit more control around roads. Finally, the length is just right — not so long that it's a trip hazard to other runners around me, and not so short that I'm in danger of stepping on her as I run." —TH

    Price: $22.97 (available in 13 colors)

    27. And an interior cat passageway sure to make having their kitty wake them up in the middle of the night because they accidentally closed the door to the litter room a thing of the past.

    The cat passageway, which is round and has a cat ears design, installed in the bottom of a door that has had an area cut away

    Promising review: "Where have you been all my life, Kitty Door? When we moved our two litter boxes to the basement storage room, we had to always make sure to leave the door open so the cats could access. Since our furnace and networking is in this room, it's so loud with the door open. Now, with this pass-through, it's blissfully quiet and cats love going through it. Husband and I are not handy whatsoever. I almost hired a handyman to install this but wanted to accomplish one household install on our own, so we borrowed a jigsaw from a neighbor and husband was able to do this in about 20 minutes. Wish we installed this years ago." —Cpmurphy

    Price: $34.95

    Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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