Do you think dogs and cats can tell when their owners are splurging on themselves? Our pets may or may not be perceptive enough to understand the clarion call of impulse buying, but they may take a step back after enjoying a new toy or two. And while a cheap squeaky toy from Petco might make them smile, there are some cool and glitzy gifts you can give your furry best friend that can improve how they play, sleep, and even poop. Here are five great pet gifts that are worth checking out.
SaharaCase Silicone Dog Collar for Apple AirTag
Key selling point: A pet collar with 21st century intelligence.
Losing your car keys or wallet is annoying, but potentially losing your pet is downright terrifying. Is there anything more heartbreaking than seeing a lost cat go offline in the wild? Fortunately, tracking even the most adventurous pets is easier than ever thanks to Apple AirTag technology. These handy trackers will keep tabs on your cat or dog after you slip one into this inspired collar. Its triple silicone material resists stretching and yellowing and will fit small to medium sized pets with necks 8.2 to 15.5 inches in diameter. It even comes in two colors and will withstand even the wildest claws.
Casper dog bed
Key selling point: The Cadillac of dog beds by mattress king Casper.
The nation’s favorite mattress company of podcasts didn’t just make beds for humans and is now expanding its comfort reach to the animal kingdom. And if you can believe it, much of the engineering that goes into its human mattresses is also present here. Its pressure-relieving memory foam will make any dog or cat fall in love with it, and it will resist sinking, sagging, and sagging even after heavy use. Best of all, the cover is machine washable, because even the stinkiest pets deserve a clean bed. It is also quite affordable and available in blue, gray and sand-colored covers.
The Pochette Deluxe Trash Bag Holder
Key selling point: Turn heads and stun haters with this beautiful and inspired way to hold dog waste bags.
There are humans who refuse to use the bathroom away from home, but dogs just aren’t that picky when it comes to where they poop. The park, a sidewalk, and even the neighbor’s yard aren’t safe when nature calls. And while picking up after your furry friend is non-negotiable in a fair society, walking around with a bag of poop isn’t something everyone looks forward to doing. La Pochette can change all that, offering a way to imagine that disgusting responsibility that every dog owner has to deal with. This ultra-luxury grained leather bag carries your roll of dog bags so you’re always ready whenever your dog does. Like any great fashion-forward accessory, it’s available in five gorgeous colors.
BARK Sandwich Cookie Dogo Dunkers Dog Toy
Key selling point: Adorable dog toys that are almost too cute to bite.
One of the greatest injustices in the universe is that chocolate is essentially poisonous to dogs. They can’t have an ounce of it, even on their birthday! What fun is a lifetime of chasing cats, eating wet food, and pooping anywhere you want if you can never know the joy of devouring a sleeve of Oreos at 3 a.m.? Although these charming dog toys do not contain chocolate, they can simply help to reproduce unique human joy. Two cookie toys in an adorable bag squeak when chewed. Ideal for large doggos and small pupperinos.
BISSELL Spotbot Pet Portable Upholstery and Carpet Cleaner
Key selling point: Make pet messes a thing of the past with this low profile spot cleaner.
Even the best “good boys” sometimes slip and give a big no-no all over your immaculate carpets. Luckily, you won’t have to resort to all that Dark Age “rubbing your nose in it” trick after investing in a special stain-removing cleaner designed for pet messes. The BISSELL Spotbot treats and vacuums even the toughest stains on carpets, leaving them looking and smelling like new. Although there are manual controls on the device, most damage will be taken care of automatically. Place it on the error, press a button and let Spotbot do its magic.
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