16 Things that Make Life With a Dog Even Better
A few things we think are just great for pets and their people!
There He Glows
See Spot run. And see Spot come home safe—thanks to this water-resistant LED collar that has flashing and static modes and is visible up to a half mile away.
Green Gremlin Poochlight light-up flashing collar, $30 to $40;
Check out these puppies: Upload a picture of your furrily beloved (or choose a predesigned one), and Del Toro shoes will make you a bespoke pair of embroidered velvet, leather, or suede kicks.
Custom slippers, originally $525 per pair, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH, and premade styles available for preorder, $375 to $395 per pair; DelToroShoes.com
What a Stud
Slip one of these edgy leather collars on your fashion-forward pup, and she'll be the coolest canine on the block.
Nice Digs spiked dog collars, originally from $32 each, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; ShopDogandCo.com
While your fluffy friend is scarfing down treats, why not indulge yourself, too? These all-natural gourmet animal crackers in vanilla, chai, and lemon are high in protein and sweetened with honey.
Spirit animal crackers, originally $4 per bag with a 12-bag minimum, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; Good-Zebra.com
Hair of the Dog
Not only does this bagless vacuum suck up embedded fur, capture allergens, and eliminate odors, it also gives back. With every purchase, a donation is made to the Bissell Pet Foundation, which supports animal welfare organizations.
Bissell Pet Hair Eraser upright vacuum, $300; Kohls.com
Off the Hook
We know what you're thinking: C'mon, not more adorable puppy butts that serve as coat hooks!
But the rainbow of colors and amazing price got our tails wagging.
Bästis hooks, $3 each; Ikea.com for stores
Waiting to Inhale
You and Mr. Whiskers can finally have a Benadryl-free night thanks to this Wi-Fi-enabled air purifier (you can control it remotely through an app) that removes more than 99 percent of indoor air pollutants.
Blueair Sense+, originally $499, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; BlueAir.com/Oprah
Attention, Meowtropolitan Home:
This wicker cat house, complete with a machine-washable bed, is cool enough to live in your living room.
Natural sphere cat tower, originally $235, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; Sauder.com
Talk about a lucky dog. These pads work with body heat (the cooling one absorbs and dissipates it; the self-warming option radiates it back) to regulate body temperature for optimum napping.
TheraCool Gel Cell cooling pad, originally $100, and TheraWarm self-warming pad, originally $50, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; PetTherapeutics.net
Plaid is the new squeaky toy! You don't have to be a Scottish terrier to appreciate these wool-and-fleece critters handcrafted in Brooklyn.
Billy Wolf squirrel and cottontail squeaky toys, originally $18 and $16 each, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; ScotchandHound.com
Walk This Way
Watch your dog strut down the street on a graphic-print leash so trendy, one of our editors wants to wear it as a belt.
Striped webbing leashes with leather handle, $52 to $62 each; WareOfTheDog.com
Reduce whimpering on the way to the vet with this combination bed, carrier, and crash-tested car seat that buckles in safe and snug.
Mobile pet bed, originally $190, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; SleepyPod.com
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
An open letter from your pooch: "Mom, the floor is so hard. If I can't snooze with you, how about a supercute, durable waterproof cotton twill bed? I promise to be a good boy. Love, Buddy."
Mattress beds, $200 to $350 each, free shipping with code OPRAH; MrDogNewYork.com
Who Let the Dog Out?
Attach this GPS tracker to your pet's collar, download the coordinating app, and purchase a service plan. In addition to tracking his activity, you can create custom zones and get phone alerts if he leaves a designated area.
GPS pet tracker, originally $80, now $30 off with code OPRAH; Whistle.com
You'll go mutts for these decorative ceramic plates featuring eight breeds in all—great for corralling keys, rings, or spare change.
Kennel club dog plates, $22 each; KirbyandCompany.com
Table for One
Is your fur baby forever chasing a bowl of food as it slides away? Try this wire stand equipped with nonskid rubber bumpers and stainless steel bowls. Because nobody likes to eat and run.
Wire & Dine stand, originally $77 to $133, now 20 percent off with code OPRAH; DocaPet.com