We fetched the best Prime Day pet deals: Save on beds, cat trees, toys and more—starting at $5

Izabella Zaydenberg
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Don't you wish this came in human sizes? (Photo: Amazon)
Don't you wish this came in human sizes? (Photo: Amazon)

It’s Amazon Prime Day, which means it’s a great time to score savings on everything you’ve been looking forward to scooping up all year: air purifiers, a new TV, even new loungewear. While it’s easy to get caught up in all the ways you can treat yourself, don’t forget one of the most important members of your family: Your pet.

While Muffin and Dash might not ask for a new cat tree or bed, that certainly doesn’t mean it wouldn’t be nice. Besides, haven’t they been good boys and girls all year? There’s no better way to show your appreciation for all the love they provide than with delicious treats or a shiny new toy.

Keep scrolling for Amazon Prime Day’s best deals on pet essentials.

Cat trees and scratching posts

Your cat will love this cozy mini cat tree. (Photo: Amazon)
Your cat will love this cozy mini cat tree. (Photo: Amazon)

Whether your kitty can’t get enough playtime or likes to spend her days dozing off, this cat tree fulfills both her needs.

“My new kitty loves this,” one shopper noted. “It’s easy to put together and the toys keep kitty entertained. The stand is small but sturdy and the fur bed is very soft. Very pleased with this purchase.”

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Pet beds

Your pup will love this donut bed. (Photo: Amazon)
Your pup will love this donut bed. (Photo: Amazon)

This self-warming bed will keep your pooch nice and toasty on cold fall and winter nights.

“My puppy loved the bed right out of the box!! She slept through the night on it,” one shopper noted. “Very fluffy yet supportive of her neck.”

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Scout is going to be over the moon with his fancy new gizmo. (Photo: Amazon)
Scout is going to be over the moon with his fancy new gizmo. (Photo: Amazon)

The genius treat-dispensing Furbo dog camera is just as much a gift for you as it is for your pooch. It’s a great way to keep an eye on your pup while you’re away and give him a little positive reinforcement in the form of a goodie when you see him behaving himself — and scold him when he jumps on the couch.

“I love being able to watch my pug literally just sleeping for seven hours a day and my coworkers really enjoy the constant updates of me telling them where my pug is sleeping and forcing them to watch his small, fawn body laying in the same spot,” one pet pawrent reports. “I have learned that my cat must leave the house when I go to work because I never catch her on the camera. Maybe she has a job? It would be nice if she paid some rent. The treat-shooting mechanism shoots small treats, which is fine for him, well maybe not for him because he'd prefer it shot pizza slices, but they're the proper size treats for a smaller dog.”

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Your pooch will adore these. (Photo: Amazon)
Your pooch will adore these. (Photo: Amazon)

These made-in-the-USA treats are packed with raw ingredients your pup will love.

“I have a small rescue dog that’s NOT food motivated at all!” one shopper shared. “She is usually so disinterested In food in general that it’s hard to keep her at a healthy weight. She LOVES these treats. She’s eight years old and I’ve never until now found a treat she just goes crazy for! I’m actually taking half of one treat and crumbling it up and mixing it with her food and she eats it all at once now! I highly recommend these!”

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