When shopping this Prime Day, consider treating your beloved four-legged family members. We know we are. Luckily, Amazon is offering an array pet-friendly products at steep price cuts. The deals won't last long, so get them while they're hot.
Whether you want to discover your pet's breed background or propel treats at them while you're away, there's a Prime Day deal for you. We're particularly intrigued by the Furbo Dog Camera and Treat Dispenser, which is down to $134.99 from $199, but there are plenty of awesome pet items on sale. Here are the best Prime Day deals sure to make tails wag.
Top Prime Day Deals for Pet Owners
Furbo Dog Camera and Treat Dispenser: was $199 now $134.99 @ Amazon
If you've ever wanted to check in on your pet when you're not home, you're not alone. The Furbo Dog Camera and Treat Dispenser makes it easy to see what your four-legged friend is up to, plus you can toss them a treat whenever you please.
Outward Hound Slow Feeder Bowl: was $12.99 now $9.99 @ Amazon
Sometimes your pets just can't help themselves. The Outward Hound Fun Feeder Dog Bowl promotes healthy pet eating habits by slowing down meal time. The Prime Day price cut isn't huge, but it brings the bowl under $10. Plus it comes in fun designs and colors.
Embark Dog DNA Test: was $189.00 now $132.30 @ Amazon
Why should DNA tests just be for humans? Embark will analyze your pup's cheek cells for more than 250 dog breeds, as well as wolf, coyote, and wild dog genes. Right now during Prime Day, you can know your dog's genetic makeup for 30% off.
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