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    25 Things From Chewy You'll Wonder Why You Didn't Buy Sooner

    If you have a pup who eats too fast or need a litter box that isn’t an eyesore, we’ve got you covered with these problem-solving picks for pets.

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    1. A bag of Greenies Dental Dog Treats to keep your pup happy while you fight plaque and tartar on their teeth. These treats can clean down to the gumline and freshen your dog’s breath. They’re also packed with vitamins and are easy for your pooch to digest.

    a dog with a box of Greenies treats
    Greenies/ Chewy

    Promising review: “My 2-year-old English bulldog and 9-month-old Golden Retriever have been getting Greenies since they were pups. They know that after breakfast they get a Greenie. They love them. They will eat any flavor I buy for them. Both dogs have beautiful teeth — yes, even my bulldog. Their teeth are nice and white with no tartar.” —Iridemyownharley

    Price: $4.98+ (originally $9.99, available in seven sizes)

    2. A translucent igloo hideout for small furry animals such as hamsters, guinea pigs, and hedgehogs. This vented structure encourages your pet’s natural nesting instincts and gives them a quiet place to rest.

    a rat inside a pink igloo
    bluestraycat/ Chewy / Via

    Promising review: “Our piggies love these igloos! They're sturdy and easy to clean. They're large enough for my adult guinea pigs to fit easily inside and stretch out. They do chew on them but don't destroy them one bit, just a few little nibble marks! I love that they are see-through too, so the guinea pigs feel safe inside a structure but I can still see them inside. Highly recommend it!” —Susybear

    Price: $3.99+ (available in four sizes)

    3. A bottle of Nature’s Miracle stain remover that’ll take care of even the most stubborn pet-related messes and odors. Reviewers love that this stuff is safe to use on carpets, hard floors, furniture, fabrics, and more.

    The bottle of Nature's Miracle

    Promising review: “I moved my notoriously barfy cat from my parent's suburban house to a small apartment with mostly carpet, and was very worried about possible stains. This has been amazing at lifting what I can't pick up with a paper towel, and getting rid of the smells. It even worked well on my bed spread when he threw up there too. Very pleased with how it's worked out :).” —Savannah

    Price: $10.15+ (available in two sizes)

    4. An interactive dog bowl for dogs who have a habit of eating a bit too fast. Place your dog's dry food inside this bowl's built-in maze, so they'll have to eat slowly — instead of finishing dinner in a few gulps and potentially hurting their stomach. Reviewers love that this bowl has a nonslip base and is dishwasher-safe.

    A dog eating out of the round bowl with a maze of food on the surface

    Promising review: “My girl could inhale a cup of food in under a minute. Worried about her stomach flipping, I knew I needed to find a way to slow her down. The first time she ate with this bowl, it took her 20 minutes to finish. Now she takes about 10 minutes. It also gets her engaged and thinking. She was rescued from a puppy mill, so any additional stimulation is needed. Great price for quality. Thank you for an awesome product!” —Dollysmom

    Price: $7.50+ (originally $14.99, available in two sizes)

    5. A tropical reptile terrarium starter kit that’s ideal for a first-time reptile owner because it includes all of the necessities you need to keep your scaly friends healthy and happy.

    A iguana living inside the terrarium with a reflective dome, temperature gauge, and a liner

    This kit includes a 10-gallon screened glass enclosure, an odor-absorbing liner, a reflective dome, a blue daytime bulb, a heated mat, and a humidity and temperature gauge.

    Promising review: “Sturdy and seems well built. Comes with all you need to set up a habitat for a reptile besides drinking/feeding dishes and decor. My son loves it!” —Varnwine

    Price: $77.99

    6. A small collapsible silicone bowl, so your dog or cat can stay hydrated while you’re traveling. This nonstick bowl is also great if you like to take your dog on hikes or long walks. It can be easily clipped to leashes, backpacks, and belt-loops, and is dishwasher-safe.

    a dog sitting with the small collapisble blue bowl

    Promising review: “I love these little collapsible bowls!! I needed two of them when taking my special needs girl on trips with me, and these were just perfect, size and all. Each bowl comes with a silver carabiner which is awesome, and I just took a larger carabiner and hooked them together and put them on her kitty backpack for when we travel. The bowls are the perfect size to fit one can of wet food, and they're just the right size/height for my smallest girl who is only 3.5 lbs.” —Gabbi

    Price: $7.99+ (available in two sizes and two colors)

    7. An automatic dog and cat feeder that’ll keep your pet satiated when you can’t make it home in time for mealtime. This feeder can hold up to 16 cups of food and allows you to control the portion size for up to four mealtimes in one day. Owners can even record an audio track to let their pets know it's dinnertime.

    Chewy, spinonelover/ Chewy

    Promising review: “ARF Pets works brilliantly. It has four settings for meal times that you can adjust the time and portions easily. The best part is when you unplug the device, it saves your settings. Another great feature is the secure lid at the top. My cat can smell anything and despite him trying to break into this device, he cannot. When he hears the motor going and the food dropping into the nice large bowl, he knows it’s mealtime. I bought this for an overnight stay but now it has been in regular use in my household. It’s set up to clean easily, as well.” —Feeder

    Price: $79.99 (originally $99.99)

    8. An adorable pet hair remover, because no one likes little strands of hair all over their clothes and furniture (and everyone likes adorable things). Reviewers love that this eco-friendly roller doesn’t require a power source or sticky tape.

    Chewy, Sarah/ Chewy

    Promising review: “I have two long-haired black and white cats, and their fur is constantly getting on everything. I usually bring a lint roller everywhere. But this thing is AWESOME! It’s definitely geared more toward furniture and harder surfaces, rather than clothing, but it works like a charm. I use it on my couch daily! Using it in a fast, short stroke back and forth motion is most effective. I really can’t recommend this enough. I finally can enjoy my furniture without pet hair or daily vacuuming! Would 100% recommend this to anyone with cats!” —Beth

    Price: $27.95

    9. A padded nylon harness that’ll keep your pup comfortable on walks. This durable harness helps prevent uncomfortable pulling and is easy to get on and off. It’s a great tool if you’re trying to teach your doggo how to walk with a leash (or if they're just big pullers).

    Chubsl/ Chewy

    Promising review: “My pup pulls constantly at the beginning of our walks. I was hoping this would help decrease the pull and it has. I measured her before purchasing and the medium fits perfectly. She loves having it on and the pulling has decreased. No problems with this slipping on her either.” —Nica

    Price: $13.99+ (available in four sizes and four colors)

    10. A 2-in-1 dog shampoo and conditioner to cut bathtime in half (welcome news to your pup, we're sure). This product leaves your dog’s hair silky and shiny and features a soothing lavender and mint scent. Say bye to that wet dog smell!

    a dog in the bathtub with the wash
    Nahla/ Chewy

    Promising review: “I absolutely LOVE this shampoo. I bought a bottle last week and washed all three of my dogs with it. It not only smells incredible — my dog's hair is softer, fluffier, and easier to comb and groom than with any other shampoo I have ever used. And you don't need a conditioner with this shampoo — it's already added. I've only used this Buddy Wash once (for each of my three dogs) — but I just bought two more bottles today to have on hand (as backup). Really GREAT stuff!!!” —Deborah

    Price: $10.59+ (originally $12.99, available in three sizes)

    11. A ball-shaped aquarium with LED lighting, because your fish deserve to have a ~ball~. This acrylic aquarium provides you with 360-degree views and has an advanced filtration system as well as a low-voltage air pump. It works with freshwater or saltwater.

    The round aquarium with LED lighting in a home office

    Promising review: “I love this tank! It’s cat-proof. It has great lighting and is easy to clean. I’m buying a second one!” —Angie

    Price: $69.99+ (originally $100, available in three colors and three sizes)

    12. A pair of nail clippers with a built-in safety guard to protect your pet’s nails. The ergonomically-designed handle makes it easier for you to control these clippers, and the safety guard will prevent you from accidentally cutting the quick.

    a dog sitting next to the nail clippers

    Promising review: “I bought these hoping we would be able to at least somewhat clean up my dog’s nails, but these little trimmers have saved our dog the anxiety of having to go to the vet for her nail trims! Our dog has always been trepid to give over her paws for anything. We tried the rotary tool with the guard but could never really get her used to the noise. Other clippers were either too big or too small, so we always had to have the vet do her nail trim (not really affordable). Sometimes she would go just a bit too long between trims, until now! My husband can even clip her nails now while she's sleeping.” —elisac71

    Price: $6.97

    13. A jar of Mushers Paw Protection Wax that'll safeguard your pup’s paws from hot pavement, salted or icy sidewalks, and more. Reviewers love that this balm acts quickly to moisturize and protect your dog’s paw pads.

    The blue and white jar of paw protection wax

    Promising review: “This product is seriously amazing. My dog's paw pads were getting dry and very rough since she's an active dog and runs often, so I decided to try this out to see if it would help soften the paw pads. Literally overnight I felt a huge difference. I've only used it two times since purchasing it a week ago, but it's made such a difference to her paw pads already. I can't believe how quickly I saw the results. I'd definitely recommend this if you feel like your dog's paw pads are getting roughed up. It has a nice minty smell and thankfully, my dog doesn't seem to want to lick it off, so it stays on throughout the night.” —Nina

    Price: $14.99+ (originally $15, available in three sizes)

    14. A combination dog and cat carrier/car seat for your pet. This carrier has storage compartments and a machine-washable pad cover. Reviewers love that it attaches to your existing seatbelts, and has an interior tether to keep your pet in place.

    A small dog in the carrier that is strapped into the backseat of a car

    Promising review: “I have a massive cat. His butt is ever-expanding and we realized he was outgrowing his old carrier. Biggie absolutely LOVES this carrier. He’s literally napping in it right now. I have never seen a cat adore a carrier before. I don’t know if it’s because it’s roomy or has a plush padded bottom, but whatever it is, Biggie is a happy boy. I think this will be great in the car too. I haven’t taken him for a ride yet, but love the seatbelt slide on the back. This will definitely fit a cat or dog that’s up to 20 lbs.” —Allison

    Price: $23.99

    15. A set of foldable pet stairs to help elderly, injured, or just plain tiny pets get on and off the bed or couch. These stairs can support pets up to 150 pounds, and feature padding on each step so your furry friend won’t slip.

    Chewy, Beautiful/ Chewy

    Promising review: “Our older cat has a neurological issue that affects his rear legs and he struggles to walk sometimes. Jumping is out of the question. We had been using an older set of steps that were steeper and shorter, and he did ok with them, but when we replaced them with this one — taller and a longer stretch making it less steep — he almost bounded up them. The carpet gives him something to grip, as well. Five stars for sure!” —Bevy

    Price: $33.95+ (originally $59.99, available in two sizes)

    16. A small-wire birdcage with multigrip perches and easy access to feeders so your birds will always feel comfortable. This cage also has a debris guard that keeps food and waste inside the cage, which makes it easy to clean.

    SuperFood/ Chewy, Birdcage/ Chewy

    Promising review: “This is how all birdcages should be! I purchased it for a pair of baby zebra finches that arrived in a much smaller cage. I feel it is worth paying more for this. They thought of everything: ease of access, ease of cleaning, even the little guards above the food and water bowls to keep the bird droppings out. Birds are messy and this will definitely keep the mess contained far and away better than the inexpensive cages with the pull out tray. I really love this cage.” —johnsonfarm

    Price: $99.99 (originally $136.99)

    17. An odorless Seresto flea and tick collar, because no dog should have to deal with unwanted bugs that can impact their health. This veterinarian-recommended treatment repels and kills fleas and ticks on contact, with no painful biting.

    Chewy, AudinZero/ Chewy

    Promising review: “After bathing my dog every other day for over two months and spraying him with multiple kinds of flea killer and deterrent, I bought this collar in hopes of helping my indoor/outdoor dog. Absolutely no more fleas! No more scratching! And most importantly, no more skin irritation from the chemical sprays. I'm a very happy customer!” —ZeeeGregory3

    Price: $59.98+ (originally $72.25, available in packages of one or two)

    18. A plush mouse toy with a twist — a catnip-infused tail to endlessly entertain your cat. If your cat needs exercise, these toys will get them moving.

    A cat playing with the mice toys

    Promising review: “We have cats from just under 2 years old to almost 12 years old. All of them loved these mice the second I took them out of the package! It's unusual for all of them to be interested in the same toy, but each of them wanted to play with them. They are softer than a lot of toys I have purchased in the past, which I think is why they love them so much.” —PetMom

    Price: $2.97+ (available in sets of three or five)

    19. A durable pet stroller, so you can cart your pet around and keep them as comfortable as possible. This all-terrain stroller boasts a spacious basket with mesh windows, a canopy, and built-in brakes. It even has a cup holder (for you) and a storage compartment for their toys and necessities.

    A model pushing their dog in the pet stroller with a canopy

    Promising review:This stroller is sturdy, folds easily, and has tons of pockets to store all kinds of stuff for you and your pooch. The black-and-white print is very stylish, and the large wheels roll over anything from pavement to grass. This has made a big difference to my 15½-year-old Papillon, who loves to get outside, but can't walk more than a few hundred feet before stopping. Highly recommend it.” —lmsclimbs

    Price: $159.95+ (originally $212.99, available in two colors)

    20. A collapsible storage bin to stow all of your pet’s toys in one place. This bin boasts a paw print pattern and rope handles, so you can easily move it around your home as needed.

    A dog grabbing a toy from the bin in a living room

    Promising review: “I'm always looking for a place to keep my pupper's toys. My pup gets treated with new toys all the time (she's spoiled and it shows) and I always struggle to keep things picked up and out of the way. I was searching for something lightweight, flexible, would hold a lot of toys, and was ultimately safe for my pup, since she would be the one to take all her toys back out. I got two of these bins and figured I'd try them out! Let me tell you, they were definitely thinking of the puppers when they designed these. Not only is the bin adorable, but it's also completely safe for my furry friend. I'm able to separate all of her toys in these two bins and easily move them around as needed. Best part, if her bin is empty and I need some extra space, I can easily collapse this container for easy storage.” —JessMarie

    Price: $11.99

    21. A 72-inch cat tree and condo so your cat can sleep and scratch in the same place. This tall structure features multiple perches, two “apartments,” and dangling toys for added entertainment, as well as 10 scratching posts and two scratch board ramps. It’s great for multi-cat homes (and homes with just one very, very spoiled feline).

    Chewy, mimi68/ Chewy

    Promising review: “This took a while to assemble but wasn't a problem for me. It’s wonderfully high and the range of cubbies, scratching posts, and hanging toys amuses my cats. One cat spends most of her time on the very top platform. It has been suitably sturdy but can also be tied to the wall for more stability. It’s great if you want your cats to be able to get up high, especially away from dogs possible for feeding.” —divacat89

    Price: $74.99+ (available in six colors)

    22. A poop bag dispenser that'll attach to any leash, and comes pre-filled with 15 leakproof poop bags. The dispenser fits most standard dog poop bag rolls and is great for quick access during a walk with your pet.

    A model pulling a poop bag out of the dispenser

    Promising review:I am very happy with the size and the convenience of being able to pull these bags out of the dispenser, which is attached nicely to my dogs leash. What a nifty and very inexpensive product to purchase and use. I am happy to recommend this dog poop bag dispenser to others because you won’t be disappointed!” —Aussie

    Price: $3.87+ (available in scented or unscented)

    23. A Mighty Paw smart doorbell, so your pet can let you know when they want to go outside or head back in the house. This water-resistant device is especially helpful if you’re in the midst of training a puppy, and can be activated with the touch of your dog’s nose or paw.

    A dog pressing the doorbell with their paw

    Promising review: “I love this doorbell. We are still in the process of training my puppy, but she knows when she hears the sound, it means to go outside. She has pressed it a couple times when she needed to go, so super proud of her. I highly recommend it because it sticks nicely to the wall and even with a malamute running into it, it still stuck on.” —Samantha

    Price: $27.96+ (originally $40, available in packs of one or two)

    24. A flower cat fountain to ensure your feline friend stays hydrated with a free-flowing stream of water all day long. This cute fountain has three different water settings for selective drinkers and is easy to clean.

    Chewy, Monty2020/ Chewy

    Promising review: “This fountain holds a good amount of water, runs quietly, and is simple to disassemble and clean. Just as simple and easy to put back together. Our two rescue cats will only drink out of this. It sits right next to the dog’s derelict water bowl, because she prefers to drink out of it too.” —Kris

    Price: $25.99 (originally $34.99)

    25. A planter kitty litter box, so you don't have to create an eyesore in your home. It features a filtered vent system that controls dust and odor, and is great for multi-pet households.

    A cat leaving the litter box that's designed to look like a planter with a faux plant on top

    Promising review: “This is a great idea because I have to have our litter box in plain sight. There is nowhere to hide it, so to have one that is decorative is so much better than just a litter box in the open. This is an affordable and cute alternative. The plastic is a little thinner than I would like and that worried me at first, but it has held up well. Another huge plus is that my dog no longer eats the ‘kitty crunchies’ from the litter box. The plant part is bendable plastic/fabric leaves. I am very happy with this purchase. None of my guests can believe it is a cat box and not decoration! It's big. You pour the litter directly in the bottom. You don't really need a separate box to put inside.” —Storage

    Price: $64.14 (originally $89.99)

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

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