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    33 Products Reviewers Say You "Need" For Your Pets

    Not a want but a need.

    1. A pet hair remover if you love your fur baby but hate how much they shed...on everything. Roll it over your couch, bed, favorite blanket, you name it, and watch it lift the fur away. See, we can own nice things!!

    Reviewer photo of a black pillow covered in white dog hair and you can clearly see which side they brushed with the fur remover because all the dog hair is gone in that section

    2. An immunity-boosting allergy supplement so you can calm your dog's skin sensitivities ASAP and put an end to the licking and scratching. These soft chews deliver a dose of probiotics and other nutrients to help improve immune function, aid digestion, promote healthy skin, and add shine to a dog's coat.

    3. A broom for pet hair to loosen the fur trapped in your carpet. It works just as well on wood and linoleum, with the rubber head working as a magnet to attract stray hairs. There's also a built-in squeegee for wiping up liquids or for cleaning glass. Plus, the handle extends from 36 to 60 inches so it can reach practically any mess.

    4. An odor-eliminating spray for lifting stains and odors fast. Each spray releases bacteria that feeds on the ammonia left behind after your pet's accidents, eliminating the urine completely and deterring your pet from peeing in the same spot again.

    The spray

    5. An adorable and basically tear-resistant stuffed duck because it can withstand your furry destroyer, who usually shreds his toys in approximately 10 seconds. This lil' yellow duck doesn't look like it, but it's built to last and will provide plenty of exhausting entertainment.

    6. An anti-fungal antibacterial spray made with cooling aloe that'll treat a range of skin conditions, including allergies, cuts, hot spots, infections, rashes, and scrapes.

    7. A hair-removing glove if your cat or dog goes running in fear at the sight of a brush. This'll tackle your pet's shedding and satisfy their endless desire for some rubbies.

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

    8. An interactive cat toy so kitty actually plays with the treats you buy them rather than being more interested in the box. This'll quickly replace the bin full of other playthings you've bought your furry friend over the years...and that they now won't even look at.

    9. An ear treatment to clean your poor pet's ears of buildup and prevent inflammation and irritation. These ear drops are designed to protect against a variety of fungal and bacterial infections, like yeast and staph infections.

    Reviewer's before and after showing the treatment cleared all the brown crustiness from their dog's ears

    10. A mounted brush for satisfying your cat's ceaseless demands for scritches. Just mount it to a corner with the included adhesive strips and watch as your beloved babies leave you for the warm embrace of this gray and white piece of plastic.

    11. A grooming rake because it helps loosen fur, lighten your dog's undercoat, and prevent future mats. This brush is specifically designed for pooches with thick, dense fur or double coats.

    Reviewer photo of a golden retriever sitting next to a big pile of fur that was removed with the rake

    12. A purring cat toy that'll help soothe your kitty's anxiety. This purple guy has a built-in purring mechanism so your feline can enjoy the sensation of curling up to another purring "cat." It also plays calming, comforting sounds.

    13. An easy-to-use dental powder you sprinkle in your pet's food if it's impossible to get within five feet of your pooch the moment they see a toothbrush. Each sprinkle is packed with probiotics and nutrients like zinc, taurine, cranberry powder, and vegetable fats to support gum health, protect their teeth, and ward off bad breath.

    before and after of a dog's teeth showing the yellow and brown plaque has significantly decreased

    14. A year-round paw protection cream so they're guarded against scorching hot sidewalks and sand in the summer and ice and salt in the winter. It's made with vitamin E to keep the paw pads moisturized, but some reviewers use it on their dry, cracked heels as well as their tattoos.

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

    15. A pooper scooper to scoop the dang poop so you don't have to kneel down to pick it up.

    The pooper scooper, which has a rake and a garbage bin

    16. A snout soother for keeping your pup's snoot soft, moisturized, and oh-so boopable.

    17. An automatic water fountain because picky kitties need encouragement to stay hydrated. Some cats hate drinking still water (long story short, it's a defense mechanism), so a fountain with running water may be more enticing.

    18. A plush Snuggle Puppy that'll come in handy if you're trying to acclimate a new puppy in your home, dealing with separation anxiety, crate-training, or your pup is generally on edge.

    19. A top entry litter box if you want the litter in the dang box and NOT all over your floors and carpet. It has a grooved lid to catch any litter that's attached itself to your cat's paws, plus it comes with scoop!

    20. A cozy window hammock so your cat always has something interesting to look at. This is key to helping your pets stay active, because bored kitties often won't want to exercise.

    Cat in hammock that is suction cupped to the window

    21. A devastatingly effective handheld vacuum to make you ask, "What fur?" when you're done. It has a special rubber nozzle that picks up fur with ease, especially on hard-to-vacuum areas like stairs. There's no bag, so simply pop off the canister when you're done vacuuming and dump the contents in the trash.

    22. A do-it-for-you Bissell SpotBot for lifting set-in stains with ease and minimal scrubbing (if any!) on your part.

    23. A slow feeder bowl to stop your dog from inhaling their meal in a minute flat. These ridged bowls can help improve digestion, reduce bloating, and encourage your dog's foraging skills to keep their mind active.

    Reviewer photo of the bowl with dog food in it

    24. A Ripple Rug — an activity mat made from recycled plastic water bottles that'll give your kitties an outlet for their energy and curiosity. You'll enjoy watching them hide, pounce, scratch, and dash in and out of holes — but what you'll love even more is that they're no longer destroying your couch legs.

    25. An electric pet shaver if your pup is in desperate need of a trim. This set comes with four guard combs so you don't accidentally nick the skin, as well as a set of clippers. Reviewers say it's quiet — a plus if your pets are sensitive to noise.

    Reviewer photo of a dog pre and post shave showing how efficient the clippers are without hurting the dog

    26. A "Did you feed the dog?" sign so there's no more confusion re: whether Fido was fed. Sorry, bud! The vet put you on a diet.

    The sign, which has little levers you push to green in the a.m. and p.m. when you feed the dog

    27. A Wobble Wag Giggle ball with an internal noisemaker and six pockets to engage your pet's natural curiosity and having them rolling, fetching, and shaking it until they're panting.

    A very happy white, brown, and black dog sitting on grass with the ball in front of him

    28. An eye rinse for clearing away debris that could be irritating your dog's eyes. Plus, it'll help get rid of tear stains — aka those annoying reddish streaks some dogs have around their eyes.

    before photo of a white dog with noticeable red-brown tear stains around their eyes and an after photo of the same dog with the tear stains gone

    29. A pair of dog leggings (!!!!!) from Shark Tank to keep Fido's legs — not just his paws — protected from all the spring showers (read: mud everywhere).

    Dog wearing gray plaid leggings

    30. Some calming bites that'll comfort and soothe your high-strung and energetic pups without causing drowsiness. Use them before a long car ride if you know travel winds up your dog. Or give them a chew after dinner to help settle them before bed and prevent some 11 p.m. living room zoomies.

    Reviewer holding the orange tub with a dog in the background

    31. A nail grinder if your pup's overgrown claws are making cuddling painful and are scratching your wood floors. It's super quiet and smooth, which is ideal for dogs who get spooked by regular nail clippers.

    before photo of a dog's overgrown nails next to an after photo of the same dog with nails that are much shorter and neatly trimmed

    32. A cleansing wrinkle cream so you can wash away tear stains and prevent moisture from building up in skin folds. This is especially useful for squishy-faced breeds — like Frenchies, bulldogs, and pugs — but long-haired breeds can also benefit too.

    33. A mini comb to unglue the eye boogies that are stuck to their fur. This stainless-steel brush delicately picks out the goop so you don't have to touch it yourself.

    Your pet when they see you opening a box of goodies for them: