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    The Best Places To Buy Pet Products

    There's something for every pet, whether they have fur, scales, or wings.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI β€” prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    If you're low-key obsessed with your pet, chances are you're constantly looking for the best places to buy pet products and spoil your babies. But choosing where to spend your money is...time-consuming β€” and that's why we're here to help!

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    We rounded up all the must-know shops so you can spend your money wisely!

    1. Chewy offers all the food, treats, and supplies your dog, cat, hamster, guinea pig, reptile, bird, or horse could want or need β€” and it delivers it straight to your door.

    Chewy

    Why they're great: Chewy has an enormous inventory, meaning you'll easily find whatever pet products you're looking for, and its Autoship feature allows you to schedule refills on food, treats, toys, and more so you never run out of litter before you can buy more. Another bonus is Chewy's mobile app (available for iOS and Android), which not only allows you to shop and monitor your Autoship orders in one place, but it also gives you 24/7 access to Chewy's pet experts if you ever have a problem.

    Items we love: A plush dog or cat bed for $14.59 and a sisal scratching post for $12.98.

    2. Etsy is your one-stop shop for personalized pet products, because are you even a pet parent if there isn't a hand-painted portrait of your precious pup hanging in your home?

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    Why they're great: As members of the family, our pets deserve to be celebrated β€” and Etsy offers a variety of products to help you do just that. From customized pet art that deserves a spot on your mantle to personalized dogs and even engraved urns for your deceased pet's ashes, Etsy provides pet owners a way to spoil their fur babies.

    Items we love: A personalized pet portrait from DrawYourPortrait for $32+ (available in a variety of sizes and styles) and a ceramic food and water dish from TheStickerShopUk for $12.79+ (available in a variety of sizes and styles).

    3. PetSmart has all the basics and more niche products for owners of unconventional pets.

    PetSmart

    Why they're great: There's a good chance PetSmart will have whatever you're looking for *and* they'll match their competitors' prices (even for online purchases) if you find a product cheaper somewhere else. They also have a free loyalty program called Treats where members accumulate points based on dollars spent (purchasing in-store services like grooming, boarding, and training also count!). Those points can be redeemed for discounts, plus members get access to exclusive deals. Oh, and your pet gets free birthday treats! They also offer in-store pickup and curbside delivery.

    Items we love: An adorable airplane-shaped hideout for $6.99 and a Litter Genie cat litter disposal system for $17.99.

    4. Petco wants to ensure that you find everything you and your pet need in their in-store and online aisles β€” and thanks to their their massive selection, you probably won't have to go anywhere else to cross off everything on your list.

    Petco

    Why they're great: Petco also has an in-store price match guarantee, and unlike some of their competitors, they will match prices from select online retailers like Amazon and Walmart. With free one- to two-day delivery on all orders of $35 or more, you can get exactly what you need shipped right to your door before you even run out. Or, use their Repeat Delivery service and save 35% on your first order. They also offer curbside pickup.

    Items we love: A plush dragon dog toy for $11.25 (my dog has this and is obsessed with it) and a tank topper for $34.19.

    5. Wayfair has such stylish and affordable offerings that you'll be kicking yourself for not checking out their pet section sooner.

    Wayfair

    Why it's great: You could spend many hours perusing Wayfair's pet section and load your virtual cart with so many fantastic finds. Seriously, there's so much to choose from that you may end up with a chicken run and the sudden urge to buy some egg-layers.

    Items we love: A chic elevated tunnel bed for $65.99 and a homey bird card for $48.99 (available in three colors).

    6. Target is probably your favorite store to browse β€” but don't forget to check out the pet section! They have all the brand name products you're looking for, including a wide array of toys that may finally earn you some affection from your cats.

    Target

    Why it's great: Shopping at Target allows you access to a huge assortment of pet care basics as well as aesthetically pleasing pet furniture, food bowls and storage, and carriers that'll mesh well with your home's very specific theme. And you'll also get Target's fast shipping, brick-and-mortar stores, and dedicated customer service team.

    Items we love: A hilarious and v millennial avocado toast dog toy for $7.99 and a water additive designed to get rid of your dog's bad breath and keep their gums healthy for $6.99.

    7. Lowe's specializes in home improvement *and* pet care products that'll keep your dogs, cats, and even chickens happy and your house clean and functional.

    Lowe's

    Why they're great: Lowe's pet care selection focuses on practical products for your home like doggy doors, pet gates, synthetic grass mats, and cleaning supplies. Maybe the next time you're on the Lowe's website adding a pack of light bulbs to your cart, you'll remember to check out pet section.

    Items we love: A large wood dog house for $119.17 and a fur-trapping deshedding glove for $11.99.

    8. The Home Depot is perhaps another surprising stop for pet supplies, but it has most animal care basics including beds, kennels, gates, stain removers, and even strollers.

    The Home Depot

    Why they're great: The unexpectedly robust selection of pet supplies at The Home Depot makes it an excellent place to shop. Plus, you have the perks of the dedicated customer service team if an issue ever arises *and* brick-and-mortar stores that make returning items easy peasy.

    Items we love: A plush dog bed for $22.97 and a pack of 120 poop bags for $4.98.

    9. Tractor Supply Co. wants to make sure all of your pets β€” and that includes the chickens, ducks, and turkeys β€” are well taken care of. You can find all the big brand names you're looking for as well as products for your outside pets, like the squirrels and birds you've taken to watching outside your window. (And yes, you've obviously given them all names.)

    Tractor Supply Co

    Why it's great: Tractor Supply Co. has got your back, whether you're caring for a house full of cats and dogs, a barn with horses and livestock, or even an apiary!

    Items we love: A telescoping pet ramp so Fido can still join you for car rides for $104.95 and fluffy white bedding for your hamster's cage for $22.99.

    10. Dog.com β€” which is a great name BTW β€” carries just about anything your pup could ever dream of owning: food (including freeze-dried raw options), fun toys (including eco-friendly choices), and treats of course. And contrary to what the name would imply, Dog.com also sells cat products.

    Dog.com

    Why they're great: It's called dog.com OK!! But in all serious, you'll get all your pet shopping taken care of here. They also offer 20% off with Auto Ship and will price match their competitors β€” a win-win-win!

    Items we love: Wooden pet stairs so your pups can join you on the couch for some Netflix for $65.45 and a dog lifejacket for $69.50.

    11. 1-800-PetMeds is a licensed online pharmacy that's verified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) and offers a variety of brand name pet meds.

    1-800-PetMeds

    Why it's great: One perk of 1-800-PetMeds is that it may have a more lenient return policy than your vet office, which is great if you change your mind and no longer want it, find that your pet isn't responding well to the medication, or if you order the wrong product.

    Items we love: Apoquel for itchy, irritated pups for $2.29 a tablet and two-pack of K9 Advantix II to prevent fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes for $28.98.

    12. Only Natural Pet, as the name implies, provides ~paw-rents~ with all-natural, sustainably sourced, human-grade products you could put in your body.

    Only Natural Pet

    Why its great: Only Natural Pet strives to take care of both your pets *and* the planet, so you can feel good about your purchase. They also offer Auto Delivery, which'll save you 15% on every order β€” cha-ching!

    Items we love: A 10-pack of bully sticks for $14.99 and cat scratcher lounge for $34.95.

    13. PetFlow covers all the basics: food, treats, toys, health and wellness, and potty time, and they deliver them all straight to your door. The best part: PetFlow donates bowls of food to local shelters for every order they ship.

    PetFlow

    Why it's great: PetFlow carries dozens of specialty pet foods designed for animals with sensitivities or allergies, specific diets tailored for certain health conditions, and for every stage in your pet's life.

    Items we love: A feather teaser flamingo toy that'll keep them really ~flocking~ entertained during quarantine for $3.99 and a 12-pack of dog booties for $12+ (available in various sizes and colors).

    14. Wild One makes commuting with your dog β€” whether that's to your actual office or just on for some walkies at the park β€” fun and fashionable. Its minimalist designs offer maximum comfort, functionality, enjoyment, and yum for your pet.

    Wild One

    Why it's great: A portion of all proceeds sponsor a pet rescue a week thanks to its partnership with Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.

    Items we love: A harness kit (includes a harness, matching leash, and poop bag carrier) for $98 (available in multiple sizes and colors) and a commuter bag so your dog can travel with you for $125 (available in three colors).

    15. The Farmer's Dog sends you pre-portioned packets of human-grade dog food so your picky pup gets all the nutrition they need and actually enjoys dinner time. This'll save you a bunch of time if you typically hand-cook your dog's meals.

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    Why it's great: You start by filling out a questionnaire about your dog so you receive the food that's best for your pooch based on their age, activity level, weight, etc. Then, The Farmer's Dog will ship the food right to your door. If your pup doesn't like the new food, you can get a refund if you donate the food to a shelter.

    Items we love: They only sell one thing β€” human-grade dog food for $2+/day (prices vary depending on your dog's needs).

    16. Ollie is another great option if you're looking for vet-formulated, human-grade dog food that's personalized for your pup and delivered straight to your (doggy) door.

    Ollie

    Why it's great: Ollie offers two-day delivery and four delicious (at least I would assume they're quite tasty to dogs) recipes: beef with sweet potatoes, peas, and rosemary; chicken with spinach and cod liver oil; turkey with carrots, blueberries, and chia seeds; and lamb with butternut squash and kale. If your dog doesn't give the recipe two paws up, Ollie will send you a different recipe or refund your starter box.

    Items we love: A subscription costs $2+/a day (prices vary depending on your dog's needs).

    17. BarkBox delivers joy each month in the form of a themed toy and treat box so your dog is always entertained. Each box contains two toys, two all-natural treats, and a chew.

    BarkBox

    Why it's great: Fido deserves to be spoiled but you don't always have time to get him new treats and toys; that's where BarkBox saves the day (or, er, month!). Shipping is free to the contiguous 48 states, and past ~punny~ themes include Australian Outbark, Shakespeare In The Dog Park, and Night At The Squeakeasy.

    Check out my colleagues' review of BarkBox here for more deets!

    Items we love: A subscription costs $22/month.

    18. PrettyLitter ships straight to your door and is designed to help you monitor your cat's health. This litter changes color based on your kitty's urine and can indicate potential health issues.

    PrettyLitter

    Why it's great: Your precious cat Whiskers can't tell you when he's not feeling good. Thankfully, PrettyLitter may give you some insight if he hasn't been his usual self.

    Check out my colleague's review of PrettyLitter here to learn more.

    Items we love: A subscription costs $22+/month (prices vary based on the number of cats you have).

    19. Overstock helps save you a pretty penny on pet supplies β€” and they have tons of products on sale from which to choose.

    Overstock

    Why it's great: Pet products aren't cheap, and that's where Overstock saves the day. You can get brand name products for your pets at a discount β€” but be quick as items can sell out quickly!

    Items we love: A plush suede and orthopedic foam dog bed for $23.99+ (available in various sizes and styles) and an enclosed litter box end table for $44.49+ (available in various sizes and styles).

    20. Kohl's is another sure bet when it comes to bargains on pet products so you can spoil your fur babies without spending a fortune.

    Kohl's

    Why it's great: Two words: Kohl's Cash. In addition to already discounted prices, you can use your Kohl's Cash towards treating your puppy to a new bed, some fancy toys, or some new clothes. In the end, you *and* Fido win!

    Items we love: A sturdy pet gate to keep your naughty pups out of trouble for $80.99 and a pair of pet stairs so your pooch can hop up with ease for $61.99 (available in three colors).

    Say it with me: "animals are precious and deserve to be spoiled!"

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