BEST FOR HIGH ENERGY DOGGOS: ChuckIt! — Save $8.16
Got a pandemic puppy or a quarantine cat? You’re not alone. With tons of people adopting new pets over the last year and a half, folks are figuring out that pets can be expensive, and the cost of buying toys, beds, treats, and pet tech adds up quickly. To keep you from spending your entire paycheck on your four-legged friend, we’ll be compiling a list of the best pet deals weekly so you can be the best pet parent ever — even if you’re on a budget.
With return to office looming for many workers, keeping an eye on your pet while you’re not home is more of a concern than ever. This WOpet smart camera allows you to see your pet while you’re away from home, talk to them, and even toss them treats to keep them entertained. It’s basically the best tool for combatting separation anxiety.
If you follow #dogtok on TikTok, you’ve probably seen Poppy, an adorable golden retriever who’s obsessed with these Lamb Chop toys. While you might not get the cute awoos that Poppy gives when she sees her favorite Lamb Chop, you dog is sure to have a blast fetching, snuggling, and squeaking this plush toy.
This BarkBox foam bed is the ideal crate cushion — it’s made of comfy memory foam and has a plush, removable, water-resistant, machine-washable cover. It also comes in two sizes: medium (best for pups up to 40 pounds) and large (best for dogs up to 65 pounds).
If your dog loves to play fetch, a slobbery ball is pretty much inevitable. But with a ChuckIt!, you’ll never have to touch a gross ball with your hands again. It also helps you throw the ball faster and further, so your pooch can run at top speed and wear themselves out. Like they say, a tired dog is a well-behaved dog.
If you’re a crazy pet parent who hasn’t yet jumped on the BarkBox bandwagon, now is the perfect time to sign up. When you subscribe for six or 12 months, you’ll get a double-packed first box, complete with four bags of treats, four themed toys, and four meaty chews — a $45 value.
During sign up, you’ll be able to select your dog’s size and note any potential food allergies they might have. If your pooch is a toy-destroyer, opt for a SuperChewer subscription full of extra-tough toys.
If your pet is known for horking down their food, this PetSafe pet feeder can help. With a slow feed option that dispenses food over 15 minutes, which will help digestion. It’s great for cats and dogs, can schedule up to 12 meals per day, and can dispense up to four cups of food at a time — so you can schedule feedings for big dogs, too.
Another way to monitor your pet while you’re away from home, this Petcube camera comes with built-in Alexa and a fun laser toy (cat owners, rejoice). Control the laser toy remotely with your phone, or set it to auto-play mode to give your pet some activity while you’re busy at work. You’ll also be able to chat with your dog or cat thanks to two-way audio, and get sound and motion alerts so you’ll know immediately if something is amiss.