We consider pets another member of the fam. Uber adorable, loyal, and the best snuggle partners around, we take fur parenting v seriously.
But that doesn’t mean they’re always the easiest (hi, hair everywhere and stains you didn’t ask for). Which is why we rounded up problem-solving products to keep them (and you) happy and healthy.
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Because sometimes your pup just can’t keep up (even on four legs). This carrier is secure and features ventilated side panels. The shoulder straps are also padded so your back won’t be aching after a few minutes. Get moving. ($49.95, K9 Sport Sack)
Or animals who don’t want to eat their food because of icky medication flavors. Tasty human food goes in the bottom compartment (don’t worry, it’s locked in). Pet kibble goes in the top compartment. The smell of human food helps to motivate your pet to eat. Voilà. ($16.99+, Enjoy-A-Bowl)
You’re not the only one who itches and sneezes because of allergies. These chews can help with coat licking and biting. They also feature a blend of probiotics and salmon oil (for smooth fur). Goodbye, ruff life. ($24.97+, Amazon)
Finally a solution to squirming pets that would rather do anything else than take a bath. The foam solution is made with aloe vera, vitamin E, and oatmeal. It can be massaged directly into your cat’s fur with no rinse necessary. Phew. ($6.35, Amazon)
PS: These are editorially selected, but if you purchase, theSkimm may get something in return.
PPS: If something’s out of stock, oops, it was there when we published. And we apologize for any shipping delays due to COVID-19. Thanks.
Skimm'd by Alexandra Napoli, Jessica Kelly
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