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The Newest Products Just In Time for Winter Months

These latest releases get your pets ready for the winter chills.




Snuggle Up, Pup

RUFFWEAR made the Clear Lake Blanket for dogs who spend time outdoors with their humans — or the indoors, for that matter — during cold-weather months. This durable blanket features water-resistant, quick-drying fabric and recycled polyester insulation that holds in warmth. It measures measures 43 by 55 inches and comes in a stuff sack for easy storage and transport.


For Sweet Teeth

Power chewers will love this new product from SODAPUP/TRUE DOGS. The Cupcake Treat Dispenser & Chew Toy withstands strong teeth and keeps dogs entertained, the latter thanks to a design that makes them work for the goodies inside. Made in the USA from a sustainable and biodegradable material, it cleans easily in the dishwasher and comes with with a one-time replacement guarantee.

$11.99 (medium), $13.99 (large)

A Better Buzz

THE OURPET’S COMPANY reports that its Cosmic Gold Catnip Nuggets are three times more potent than those made from traditional strains. Developed with a privately held horticulture company and a leading agricultural research university, the non-GMO catnip proves rich with nepetalactone, the compound that drives cats crazy. The nuggets also provide longer life and create less mess.

$9.99 (3 ounces)


Too Cute!

This Sock Monkey Sweater from BEVERLY HILLS DOG could not be cuter. Made with multi-colored yarn, it features a monkey hoodie, novelty buttons, and seven sassy patches with messages such as “No Sit” and “Anti Kitty.” Machine washable and available in small, medium and large.


Bundle Up, Pup

This Plaid Scarf from the TALL TAILS Cabin Comforts Collection will keep necks warm as winter continues. Made with fluffy fleece and available in red, blue and tan, the wrap and pull-though design allows for easy on and off. The collection also includes collars, bandanas, toys, beds and blankets.

$7.99 (small), $9.99 (large)

A Better Bathroom

Because no one likes to do this chore, PETSAFE presents its ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Litter Box. The automatic rake system sweeps waste into a covered compartment, and special crystal litter, packed in a disposable litter tray, proves five times more effective at reducing odor than clay or clumping litters. Cats will appreciate the privacy hood, which also reduces litter tracking.


Stew Weather

Pour Overs by THE HONEST KITCHEN add a boost to any dog food. Available in nine human-grade recipes — including Superfood Turkey Stew with spinach, kale and broccoli — they come in a 5.5-ounce TetraPak that allows for easy pouring, down to the last chunk.



Here, Fishy Fishy

Kitties will love the Feline Frenzy Cat Toy Collection from P.L.A.Y. It features eight sets of plush toys with crinkly paper and built-in refillable pouches pre-stuffed with USDA organic catnip from Oregon. A favorite: the Sassy Sushi shown here. Machine washable with catnip removed.


Digestive Support

Because small animals benefit from healthy digestion, too, OXBOW makes Natural Science Papaya Support supplement. It also contains pineapple, papain, bromelain and timothy grass. Awarded first place in Small Animal product category at SuperZoo 2018.

$8.99 (1.16 ounces)


Fishkeepers can create their own custom lighting with Marineland Adjustable Lights from SPECTRUM BRANDS. The modular units with single or double tracks use light pods, all of which easily install to increase brightness, customize light color and highlight particular areas. Available in a variety of sizes for all types of aquarium setups.

$5.99-$24.99 (pods), $49.99-$289.99 (tracks)


Happy Birthday! 

MERRICK makes dog birthdays and gotcha days even more special with its Grain Free Birthday Paw-ty Recipe. Made with deboned beef and salmon, green beans and Yukon gold potatoes, it proves easy to digest and contains no corn, wheat or soy.




NASC Media Spotlight

At first it was just an idea: Animal supplements needed the same quality control that human-grade supplements receive. But that was enough to start a movement and an organization —the National Animal Supplement Council — that would be dedicated to establishing a comprehensive path forward for the animal supplements industry. In this Media Spotlight interview, NASC’s president, Bill Bookout, talks to PETS+ interviewer Chloe DiVita about the industry today: Where it’s headed, what’s the latest focus and why it’s vital to gain the involvement of independent pet product retailers.

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