8 Dog Products We Love Right Now

Executive Editor Melissa L. Kauffman compiles some of our favorite dog products out there right now.

1. Chilly Dog Tattooed Mom Handmade Wool Sweater

Chilly Dog Tattooed Mom Handmade Wool Sweater.

What better way to show the world that your fur baby loves his mama than to get him or her a tattoo — a sweater one, of course. The Tattooed Mom handmade wool sweater comes in sizes XXS, XS, S, M, L, X, XXL and XXXL. Starts at $29.99. Chilly Dog; chillydogsweaters.com

2. Zuke’s Enhance Functional Chews for Mobility

Zuke’s Enhance Functional Chews for Mobility.

Your fur baby’s joints will feel the love with Zuke’s Enhance Functional Chews for Mobility. Made with antioxidants and supplements to support joint health and free of grain, gluten, wheat, corn and soy. Available in chicken and peanut butter flavors. Other Functional Chews include Calming, Cognition, Digestion, Fresh Breath, Immune Support and Shiny Coat. $9.99. Zuke’s; zukes.com

3. Solvit Premium Bucket Seat Covers

Solvit Premium Bucket Seat Covers.

Adore bringing your dog along for the ride but not so in love with the fur that comes along, too? It’s an easy fix with Solvit’s Premium Bucket Seat Covers, designed to fit all automotive bucket seats. Easy to spot wipe or machine wash. $59.99. Solvit Products; Solvitproducts.com

4. J Clay Pottery Urns

J Clay Pottery Urns.

Your pup stays forever in your heart even after moving over the Rainbow Bridge. These handmade, beautiful urns from j clay pottery are truly as unique as your special fur baby. They can be custom stamped or hand inscribed with a name/date/symbol or special sentiment. Sizes available are XS, S, M, L and XL. $60 to 180. j clay pottery; jclaypottery.com

5. UpCountry Hearts and Flowers collar and the All Hearts collar

UpCountry All Hearts collar.

Show the world how much you love your dog with these unique collars from Up Country. The Hearts and Flowers collar and the All Hearts collar come in several widths: wide (1 inch), narrow (5/8 inch) or teacup (½ inch — Hearts and Flowers only), plus a variety of lengths. Harnesses, key rings and leads also available in these patterns. Sweater available in Hearts and Flowers. $12 to $23. Up Country; upcountryinc.com

6. Saltsox Waterproof Dog Booties

Saltsox Waterproof Dog Booties.

Protect your pups’ footsies with Saltsox’s high-performance, weatherproof booties designed to keep your dog’s paws warm, dry and protected. Available in five sizes: XS, S, M, L and XL. Choose one of four colors: Arctic Blue, Ice Fire Red, Blizzard Black and Glacier Bay. Get them in a pack of four or in singles. $14.95/single and $54.95/set. saltsox; saltsox.com

7. Safe Paw Traction Magic

Safe Paw Traction Magic.

The last thing you want is for your happy on-the-go pup to slip and slide down the steps or walkway this winter. Safe Paw’s Traction Magic is safer for pets than salt. Simply spread it on icy surfaces to create a gritty, non-slip, high-traction surface for people, pets and tires. It’s both safe to handle and won’t harm pets. $24.95. Safe Paw; safepaw.com

8. The Farmer’s Dog Subscription Made-to-Order Meal Plan Designed by Vets

The Farmer’s Dog Subscription Made-to-Order Meal Plan Designed by Vets.

If the way to your dog’s heart is through his stomach, you’ll get there fast with The Farmer’s Dog. It’s not just a food, but rather a subscription made-to-order meal plan designed by veterinarians. Meals are customized using smart technology and proprietary algorithms based on your dog’s individual profile. Made up fresh, the pre-portioned food ships directly to customers ready to serve. Starts at less than $3/day for smaller dogs. The Farmer’s Dog; thefarmersdog.com

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