Updated: March 5, 2021
One silver lining of stay-in-place orders during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is that animal shelters around the country are reporting a dramatic uptick in adoptions. If you’re among the many who’s recently adopted a new best friend, congratulations! We here at Groupon Coupons believe there’s no greater comfort than the love of a rescue dog.
But if chewed-up furniture, mountains of furballs, and spilled trash cans have you wondering what you’ve gotten yourself into—not to worry, Chewy has you covered. From potty pads to high-value treats and toys, they have everything you need to keep your new pup healthy, happy, and hardly destructive at all. (Pro tip: If they’re too quiet, you might want to check on them.)
So without further ado, here are our top picks for dog supplies you can order online at Chewy.
✅ Dog Beds
Who could resist such a pretty pattern? There’s also a matching leash.
The Easy Walk dog harness is great for dogs who like to pull on walks.
Walk your pup safely at night with this reflective leash.
Maybe it goes without saying, but there’s no such thing as too much unicorn.
If your dog overheats easily, this elevated dog bed should keep them cool.
Memory foam offers senior pups some relief from aching joints.
This two-in-one shampoo and conditioner comes in a soothing scent drawn from botanical extracts and essential oils.
This brush stimulates oil production and collects shedding hair while giving dogs a relaxing massage.
The AquaPaw bathing tool attaches to your shower head to make bathing pups a whole lot easier.
This dry food gets high marks from customers (and high paws from dogs) for its nutritious content and dog-approved taste.
If your dog has digestive problems (vomiting, diarrhea, or lack of appetite), you might find luck with this low-fat, easy-to-digest wet food.
If you’re on the raw-food bandwagon, you can’t go wrong with Stella & Chewy's. Simply rehydrate with warm water and serve!
These absorbent potty pads have a built-in attractant that keeps messes in one place while you’re house-training your pup.
Just add blankets and tons of treats to make crate time the best time for your pup. It’ll also prevent them from getting into trouble when you’re out.
This book focuses on human behavior and how it’s interpreted by dogs, with the aim of strengthening the human-dog connection. Fascinating stuff.
You’ll need to get a heartworm test and your vet’s approval before purchasing. Dogs love this chewable (they think it’s a treat).
You don’t want your dog unknowingly bringing pests into your house. Protect them from fleas, ticks, and lice with this monthly treatment.
Keep your dog’s teeth and breath in good health with these easy-to-digest dental chews. The best part? Dogs won’t know it’s good for them.
Slow down a fast eater with this interactive dog bowl. The ridges and mazes keep them grazing for up to 10x longer during mealtime.
Tall and large-breed pups will have an easier time reaching and eating their food with these elevated dog bowls.
Let gravity do the work in refilling this bowl, which features a charcoal filter and Microban base to keep water clean and bacteria-free.
Fill with frozen peanut butter, cream cheese, or you-name-it for a toy-treat hybrid that keeps dogs occupied for hours.
Don’t ask us why, but dogs go crazy over this toy. Even the de-stuffed carcass will be carried around for months.
These rawhide-free treats give pups some much-needed chewing exercise while proving easy on the stomach.