Amazon tracks trending purchases and collects them all in one place, making it almost too easy to find fun new stuff to buy…especially when it comes to pet products.
From practical to fun to downright weird, here are some of the most popular dog supplies people are buying online right now. You know, while you’re reading this.
1. Industrial-grade odor eliminator with a cute orange logo
Promising review: “I bought so many cleaners… You don’t even know how many cleaners i have bought in the past 6 six months… I’m so glad i came across this little baby, because now, the smell is gone, the furniture is clean, and the marking stopped. I don’t know what else i need to write here on how good this thingy is. Seriously, i LOVE LOVE LOVE it!” —Indre.
2. A floppy yellow duck named Duckworth
Promising review: “My English Mastiff (and the biggest baby ever) loves his ducky. He has ripped up other toys, but not his beloved duck. He has had it for a few months now and brings it everywhere around the house with him, even sleeps snuggled up with it. I don’t know why dogs seem to love this toy so much, but I would highly recommend purchasing.” —Kristen
3. A squeezable water bottle/bowl that fits in your car cupholder
Promising review: “These are so easy to use. I put them in the side pockets of my backpack, and they do not leak. I just pull them out, squeeze the bottle, dogs drink, and put them back. NO HASSLES.” —T. Kraslavsky
4. A ball with another ball inside for the dog who really loves balls
Promising review: “My 100lb German Shepherd is in LOVE with this toy! He carries is everywhere and even sleeps with it next to him! If he accidentally leaves it in the backyard when he comes in the house, the whole house knows about it until we let him quickly run out to go get…It also is a great pool toy to play fetch with, it sits high in the water and the ‘handles’ on the toy make it easy for him to bite on and still be able to breath easily as he swims it back.” —Katherine26
5. 1,000 poop bags…enough said
Promising review: “It picks up poop and it doesn’t get on my hands. I call that a WIN!” —James Boyd
6. Minty fresh breath spray for your next doggy date night
Promising review: “This spray is really making a difference for my 13 year old dog’s breath and teeth. I have only been using it for about 3 weeks and I can see and smell a big difference. He was always hiding and fighting me to brush his teeth. This is much easier and he seems to like the taste. I love that it is all natural ingredients.” —Deborah
7. Pee-detecting flashlight with sci-fi yellow goggles
Promising review: “Imagine, if you will, my complete and utter dismay as I wandered around the house in pitch black, complete with this UV flashlight and yellow glasses, muttering phrases such as ‘Oh My…’ and ‘For **** Sake’ as I went. After 2 solid evenings of trawling the house dressed as a cave-diver, furiously spraying offending patches with no less than 4 gallons of urine-remover, I believe that the house is once again clean.” —JWelch
8. Six tiny squirrels inside a plush log (don’t worry, it’s a toy)
Promising review: Bagel the Beagle loves it so much! I bought her several puppy-chewable toys, but she used to loose interest in them very quickly. So I decided to try this interactive toy that she can literally put her nose in it! It’s impressive how much she likes playing with it…from morning to night! It seems to be always fun.”—P. Andrada
9. An indoor restroom for your dog
Promising review: “We bought this potty because it was the only one that would fit inside of a 48″ crate and still leave room for a doggie bed and water bowl. When we’re out, we can leave our dog in the crate and not have to worry about making her hold it too long. We also had a problem with our dog getting up in the middle of the night and pottying on the living room carpet, and this has completely solved that issue.” —LJA
10. A flat raccoon named Zingy
Promising review: “My dachshund is obsessed with this toy to the point where he will chew on it for so long that the squeaking drives us crazy – as a result, we have instituted a 30 minute playtime limit. The retriever will grab the toy off the shelf and hand it over to the dachshund. I have never seen anything like it. I don’t know if it is the lack of stuffing, the size or the tone of the squeaker, but I am ordering another one.” —Suzan
11. Sophisticated doggy doorbell for house training
Promising review: “My Border Collie is about 1.5 years and was really struggling with potty training. He would potty outside if we let him out often enough, but would go in the house if he happened to need to and the door was shut…We started the training by hanging the bell on the door and told Patches to “ring your bell”…By the third week he was ringing it on his own, even when we were out of the room! It’s been about a month now and we’ve gone nearly the whole month without any accidents in the house.”—Kara