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    25 Pet Products From Chewy That'll Make You Think "Why Didn't I Buy This Years Ago"

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    1. A bag of pumpkin spice–flavored Greenies dog dental treats that help keep doggy teeth clean while offering a mouthwatering taste, because even though Halloween is over, pumpkin spice never goes out of season.

    Char/ Chewy

    Promising review: "My pug’s favorite Greenies flavor! She knows what time of day she get this treat, every day, and if I am not there she goes and sits next to the cabinet waiting for me to get them." —KellBellz

    Price: $14.99 (available in petite and large sizes)

    2. A sturdy scratching post for cats who simply will not leave your furniture alone. Grab one of these before your couch legs get absolutely destroyed, and let your feline friend claw to their heart's content.

    Chewy, 1234/ Chewy

    Promising review: "This scratching post is heavy duty, so cats can't knock it over, even when they climb it. Also, it was simple, easy, and quick to assemble. It's taller than most posts, which means cats can stand upward and stretch their backs while scratching. The first time my cat saw the post, she ran in and jumped on top. She loves it, and along with cardboard scratchers scattered about the house, they keep her from wanting to scratch the furniture." —Dove

    Price: $33.97 (available in three colors)

    3. Or, nab this aesthetic cactus scratching post that can be put on display in your living room without sacrificing any style. Not only will it add a pop of color to any room, but it's easy to assemble, so your cats can get right to scratching away in no time.

    BrianMaren/ Chewy, lucyvanpelt88/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I bought this cactus as an alternative for my cat scratching my leather couch, and he likes it a lot! He does not take to scratchers right away, so I was really surprised that he had to go out it as soon as it was assembled! It is very sturdy and he has not tipped it over. It was very easy to assemble and can pack away easily if needed. Overall, a great scratcher with style and structure!" —Elizabeth

    Price: $54.80

    4. A personalized pet ID tag, so you can make sure your best friend is always wearing your full contact info — and in the awful event that they get lost, you won't have to wander around the neighborhood, hoping someone can recognize them based on your very vague description and some blurry IG stories. Plus, it's stainless steel, so you don't have to worry about it rusting or falling apart.

    a dog wearing the tag
    Marla/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of this tag! It's larger than I expected and much nicer; not thin/flimsy like tags I've gotten elsewhere. I was also shocked by how FAST it arrived! I actually bought three: one for my dog's collar, one for her harness, and an extra, in case one gets lost somehow." —Greenspots 

    Price: $7.95 (available in two sizes and two styles)

    5. An adorable cable-knit pet sweater that will keep your furry friends warm in the winter — and look stylish while doing so. Who said your pet can't rock cute cold-weather fashion?

    Chewy, Mack/ Chewy, Sweater/ Chewy

    Promising review: "Bought this sweater in navy blue and the fit is perfect! The quality is great. It's easy to get on and off. I loved it so much I bought it in red. I would definitely recommend this sweater for your fur baby!" —Annab

    Price: $17.99 (available in five colors and sizes XS–XXXL)

    6. A DNA test for your pooch, because now you and your pup can find out about your genetic backgrounds together. Not only will you be able to find out about your dog's ancestry, but you will know about any medical history that can present future complications in your best friend.

    Dog DNA test

    Promising review: "The test was easy to complete. I received the results sooner than anticipated. I found out my rescue pup is made up of 15 breeds. The website contains tons of information and is laid out well. I was able to share the link to friends who were interested in it. I also have a Yorkshire terrier that I am considering testing even though I know his breed. The lineage is fascinating, as well as the health information." —Pablo

    Price: $99.99 (originally $99.99)

    7. A bag of baked apple small pet treats that will surely satisfy your littlest friends, while also aiding their digestion and cleaning their teeth. *Win-win.*

    Kash34/ Chewy, lp2359/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I'm happy that these help keep her teeth trimmed, but Millie also loves these! The first few times I gave them to her, she would grab them and quickly go to hide them in her stash of food. I only give her one every other day or so and she also has wooden chews to keep her teeth trimmed." —Millie

    Price: $1.44 (originally $3.99)

    8. A set of two silicone pet food can covers so you can easily save any leftover wet food (instead of struggling with aluminum foil, cling wrap, and rubber bands — a situation that always ends in sorrow and also spilled food). These tops ensure that the food stays as fresh as it was when you first opened the can.

    Pet food can silicone tops

    Promising review: "These two lids are the same size. Having two different colors makes it easier to recognize which food is in the can without having to look at the can label. They fit even the smallest (prescription) can of cat food for my girls, which other lids didn't fit. They wash up easily and save on the use of aluminum foil." —docT 

    Price: $4.66 

    9. A dangly catnip toy that's shaped like an avocado and has four strings, to keep your cat company while you're busy working, or just watching Netflix (hey, it's self-care!).


    Promising review: "My cat doesn’t touch her other toys anymore — this is the only one she wants to play with now. I bought one a month ago and it’s already been terrorized to the point of needing a new one; all the fault of the kitty, of course! She LOVES this thing. I just placed an order for the egg and taco versions to see if she likes them as well. If your cat likes drawstrings, hoodie strings, or any things that dangle, this is the perfect toy!" —Earlycat

    Price: $4.98

    10. A paw print doormat to remind you and your furry guests to wipe their paws before entering your house. The soft material is comfortable on all pet paws and can be used as a doormat, under food bowls, or even in your dog's crate.

    Jane/ Chewy

    Promising review: "My pit mix thinks the dirt patch in my yard is the stage for her fancy dancing and this mat is the only rug I found that actually gets the dirt, wet or dry, off of her feet. I love it especially since it's hard for me to bend down. It definitely gets two thumbs up from me and I'm considering getting a backup." —pibblemom

    Price: $20.97+ (originally $41.95; available in three colors and two sizes).

    11. A booster seat that makes every car ride featuring your pet 100x easier. The cover can be removed and washed, and the security tether keeps your pet safe and sound. Plus, the elevated bottom means your dog can still reach the window and stick their head out.

    Dogs in booster seats

    Promising review: "These seats are fantastic! In a human-sized world, these seats give my Pomeranians a boost so they can actually see out of the truck windows! They also keep my dogs safely strapped in, rather than bouncing around my truck like little furry outlaws. I'm writing this review after a year of regular use and they still look great and are holding up well. My only complaint with these is they can be a test of patience to get buckled in. It's not a deal breaker for me. My dogs seem to enjoy them and it keeps everyone in their own space, so there's no world-ending touching of siblings along the way (yes, dogs do that too)." —ItsaPomPomLife

    Price: $80.99+ (originally $132.99; available in two sizes).

    12. A large velvet dog bed to give your pet their own special space, perfect for napping, relaxing, or just playing with their toys. It has a machine washable cover, so you don't need to worry about any accidents (drool-related or otherwise).

    Chewy, Tiffany/ Chewy

    Promising review: "This bed was an instant favorite for my pup and me! I got it for him as his birthday gift. He adores the bolster/wall as a chin rest. This bed is not expensive, is fabulous quality, and makes my pup so comfy. I 100% recommend it and will buy again when eventually needed. I probably could have gone one size smaller than what I purchased, but my roommates love the ability to snuggle with him. They, too, were quite pleasantly surprised at how comfortable the bed is and have threatened to nap there with him." —SDMauiSaysYoureWelcome

    Price: $41.64+ (available in three colors and two sizes). 

    13. Or, if your pet is the true king of the household, opt for this chic mini couch that will look cute in your home and hopefully keep your pet off your nice furniture. Well, you tried.

    couch/ Chewy, Lizz/ Chewy

    Promising review: "It looks exactly like the photo. It has a lot of cushion like a real sofa. I started to use this to keep my fur baby off the couch. She really likes it." —Ricia

    *Another* promising review: "It arrived quickly and my pup is in love! It's larger than I expected and it's perfect. My pup is 16 and it's not far off the ground, so it's easy for him to climb on." —Carrie

    Price: $75.89+ (originally $169.99; available in three colors).

    14. An interactive slow feeder bowl so you can get your dog to slow their roll and actually eat their food rather than inhale it. Switching your regular food bowl to an interactive one can help prevent bloat and obesity, and keep your dog from throwing up their just-devoured meal.

    Dog eating out of interactive food bowl

    Promising review: "Our Aussie is VERY food motivated and tends to scarf her food down way too fast. Recently she was eating so fast that she choked and we had to provide the Heimlich maneuver. This was absolutely terrifying and luckily she is doing well after. Not wanting to have this ever happen again, I immediately went on and ordered three 'slow feeder' bowls. She was a little baffled at first but has figured it out and seems to enjoy the challenge. Most importantly it slows her eating down to a more reasonable pace. Cleaning them has not been too tricky and mostly I hand-wash them but they can go in the dishwasher. They will forever be a mealtime staple for our fur kid. This bowl is my favorite because the pattern is cool, my dog seems to enjoy it best, and the height of the projected parts are not as dramatic so she is not having to fight to get her food." —River

    Price: $6+ (originally $14.99+; available in two sizes). 

    15. A chic ceramic cat dish that will be the purrfect feeding time accessory for your classy feline.

    Ceramic sleeping cat dish

    Promising review: "Adorable! This dish is just the right size. It comfortably holds a 3-oz. can of food. My cat enjoys eating out of it as her whiskers don't touch the sides." —Lizzy

    Price: $7.37 (originally $8.99). 

    16. A set of fuzzy stairs so your aging, injured, or jumping-averse pet won't have any trouble getting up and down from your bed for morning snuggles — or just to wake you up at 6:00 a.m. and remind you to feed them. Plus, the sides double as scratching posts!

    Pet stairs

    Promising review: "I love these pet stairs. Not only do they look much better than the foam-filled one I replaced, which completely collapsed from use, but they're extremely sturdy. The sides being scratching posts is a kitties love it too!" —Debbie

    Price: $52.99+ (originally $99+; available with three or four steps). 

    17. A stylish wooden sign that will let everyone know who is truly in charge in the house: your pet. Choose from 27 different breeds to find the perfect fit for your family.

    Wooden dog sign "It's not a home without a yorkie"
    Yoly/ Chewy

    Promising review: "This was the perfect gift for my Chihuahua-loving mom. What a cute wooden sign. The rope to hang it on is thick and sturdy and it made a great gift for my mom. She loves it and has it displayed in her kitchen." —Jenny 

    Price: $9.99 (available in 27 different styles).

    18. A pack of three all-natural toys for small pets made with rattan, seagrass, and water hyacinth that are safe to chew on, help keep teeth trim, and will keep them busy and engaged.

    petuniadaisy/ Chewy

    Promising review: "These were among the first toys I gave to my rabbit and they were an instant hit. Her favorite seems to be the chunkier wood-like ones, but she liked the thinner stick and braided ones too. Once she's chewed them a good amount, I sometimes stuff them with hay and some pellets to encourage her to chew more. Or I pour some pellets into the chunkier ball so it can be rolled around and used like a treat dispenser toy. My rabbit likes to chew these when she’s in her enclosure; I hung up a few along the X-pen walls so she has something to chew other than bars when she has to be enclosed. Definitely recommend these!" —PetParent

    Price: $5.99.

    19. A feathery bird-on-a-stick catnip toy so you can play with your feline friend and watch them go wild for this crinkly catnip creature. Plus, it will help them get up from that patch of sun on the floor and actually get some exercise in.

    tuzi/ Chewy, RoRo/ Chewy

    Promising review: "My kitten loves it. He plays hard and I'm still surprised how well it has held up. Some of the purple feathers have fallen off, but it's still going strong. He drags it around the house in his mouth up and down the steps multiple time every day. So happy I bought this toy. He loves playing with it all by himself and even brings it to me to play with him at times." —AOE3

    Price: $2.68 (originally $2.97).

    20. A birthday box because the only thing more fun than celebrating your birthday is celebrating the birthday of your beloved furry friend. Featuring treats, toys, and a stylish bandana, this is the birthday gift that keeps on giving.

    Chewy, furchild3/ Chewy

    Promising review: "This birthday box was absolutely perfect. The box included a bone squeaky toy, cupcake toy, two packs of birthday cake bites, chicken sticks, a bandana, and a birthday sign. Ranger's favorite was the birthday cake bites (he keeps sitting in front of the treat box begging for more) and the squeaky bone toy. Chewy also sent us a 20% birthday coupon and a happy birthday card." —Boohberrybunny 

    Price: $24.99 (originally $34.32; available in two sizes).

    21. A collapsible silicone bowl for the pup on the go who needs to stay hydrated. It even comes on a carabiner for easy transportation.

    CrazyTrain/ Chewy

    Promising review: "So far, so good. These collapsible bowls are very handy to have in the car. They pack up easily and dry quickly if used for water. I’m happy with it." —Emjay  

    Price: $5.71 (originally $5.91; available in two colors). 

    22. A butterfly roller ball cat toy with over 1,700 5-star reviews, so you know it will keep your kitty out of their mind with joy while encouraging hours of playtime.

    Coqui /Chewy, Kayla/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I have never written a review before but I wanted to share how much my cats love this toy, especially my kitten. She is still small enough that she sits on the very top level to bat at the balls; it's so cute! She loves this toy so much that I have to hide it at bedtime, otherwise I'll hear the balls rolling throughout the night and I won't be able to sleep. She also loves batting the butterfly. I am very happy with this purchase." —Catlover 

    Price: $10.98.

    23. A de-matting brush so you can keep your furry friend's coat sleek and shiny, even when it's literally in 1 million knots.

    a dog being groomed with the rake
    ZChou/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I bought this comb for my long-haired cat after I found two matts on him that our other brush just could not cut through. We were brushing Edgar multiple times a day already but I cannot believe how much better this comb was for the undercoat. My boyfriend and I 'fight' over who gets to brush him now. The first time we brushed him with this comb, a good pound of excess fur came off. Best of all, this comb is helping us better maintain his shiny coat and prevent matting. Edgar seems so much happier, cooler, and more comfortable. I wish I bought this sooner. A must have for any pet parent. Very affordable for the quality product." —Edgar 

    Price: $10.99.

    24. A set of three disposable cat litter boxes so your kitty can go when they need to go and you don't have to worry about bringing a clunky litter box on vacation. It's made of eco-friendly material, yet still protects against leakage and bad smells. The best of both worlds.

    Chewy, myfashionhub/ Chewy

    Promising review: "These works surprisingly well. I have two cats and I use one jumbo size per cat. The jumbo-size walls are tall enough and the space is large enough for the cat to comfortably maneuver. The boxes last about two months, then I just throw the whole thing away without guilt because they are biodegradable (but they don't degrade when in use for up to two months). These boxes don't leak, and they do help dissipate the odors because everything dries more quickly." —Curt 

    Price: $8.99 (originally $14.99). 

    25. A Furbo treat dispenser and camera so even when you're out of the house and no longer able to work from home, you can see what your pet is up to, speak to them, and send them treats. Now you and your pet won't suffer from separation anxiety.

    Chewy, Kayla/ Chewy

    Promising review: "I really hemmed and hawed over buying this; my sister loves hers and so does my coworker but I thought it might be shoddy or useless, but I am so happy with this purchase. It gives me such peace of mind that I can 'be there' from work and both treat and correct my pup’s behaviors. He responds to it and knows he’s being watched, which may sound creepy, but it’s given this pet owner a huge sigh of relief."  —Ashlee 

    Price: $164.50 (originally $199). 

    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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