Amazon Pet Day Is Back This Year, and It's Basically 2 Days of Major Sales for All Things Animals

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Amazon never lets us down with sales, and now that Amazon Pet Day is back this year, we can't wait to get all of the good deals to spoil our fur babies. The sale starts at 3 am ET / 12 pm PT on Tuesday, May 2 and runs through Wednesday, May 3. You're currently able to browse early deals for the event if you just can't wait until next week. You'll find major discounts of up to 30 percent on things like treats, toys, electronics, pet care and more.

We can't wait to grab our pup a brand new cozy bed and a new cat tree for our restless kitty. You'll be able to find other cool items for your pets like this pet hair remover (which has more than 12,000 five-star ratings) and this AirTag collar mount (that's got nearly 2,000 five-star ratings) if your pup is an escape artist.

This year, the iconic Amazon Pet Day will offer the best deals on pet products than ever for a sale event. Here, a few products we have our eye on that you should consider adding to your cart.

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Best Self-Cleaning Litter Box

1. MeoWant Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box


  • Why We Love It: app controlled, uses sensors to detect a change in litter consistency to alert cleaning cycle

Whether you're pregnant and are avoiding changing your cat's litter or you just can't stand the task in general, this self-cleaning litter box will be life-changing. The AirPet app allows you to track when your cat has visited its box and will let you know when it's time to change the liner, too. And don't worry, the cleaning function won't run while your kitty is using the box.

Best Washable Dog Bed

2. Teodty Dog Bed


  • Why We Love It: fully washable, plush bottom

Treat your pup to a cozy new bed where they can rest their head after a long day of zoomies and playing. This bed is fully washable, yup, the full bed, not just a cover. Which is great if your dog is accident prone or gets sick on the bed. The bottom and sides are plush and supportive, plus, it's made with a tear-resistant fabric to deter your pup from chewing up the sides. It has more than 2,000 five-star ratings, and one reviewer mentions "Our dogs are hard on their beds—I have to purchase them a couple time a year. Then I bought this is VERY durable and lasted twice as long as others I've bought and [is] still going strong. [It] washes well and holds up to all four of our dogs. Great buy, worth every cent!"

Best Cat Water Fountain

3. Soofpet Cat Water Fountain


  • Why We Love It: holds 108-ounces of water, filtration system

The brand claims that the stainless steel construction of this water fountain helps aerate the water to keep it fresh. It also has a filtration system to get rid of any impurities in the H2O so your kitty is getting clean, crisp water with every sip. The fountain feature uses low power since it runs all day long, and is very quiet so you won't hear it while you're sleeping. It holds up to 108-ounces of water, which will keep your cat quenched for days.

Best Car Seat Cover

4. Chumajor Dog Car Seat Cover


  • Why We Love It: can be set up in six different ways, washable

Whether you're trying to cover up your back seat, front seat, trunk or anything else, this protective cover is adaptable for almost any surface. It has multiple loops and hooks to go around the head of the seats, attach to seat belts and more to secure it into place. The material has a slippery, nylon-type feel to it so it's easy to wipe down and catch hair from collecting elsewhere. Plus, the material is fully washable for the days when your pup decides to roll in some mud. It also has a zipper portion to pull down for when you have passengers in the back seat, too. "This is a high quality seat cover that’s easy to install & has nice features like a zipper to switch from full hammock style to simple seat cover," says one customer.

Best Vacuum for Pet Hair

5. Dyson V12 Cordless Vacuum


  • Why We Love It: engineered to detect and pick up pet hair, 60 minutes of run time

This vacuum is great if you have shedding pets around the house, according to commerce editor Olivia Dubyak. "My dog sheds quite a bit and I love how easy this vacuum is to pull out clean up multiple times a week since it's lightweight and I don't need to plug it in," she says. It comes with five attachments as well as a wall mount and charging port. "I live in a two-bed townhome and the battery lasts me for several uses."

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Liv Dubyak is PureWow's Commerce Editor. She writes across the board in fashion, beauty, wellness and home, focusing on products that can elevate your everyday life. She loves trying new products, sharing her honest experiences to help you decide whether what you’re buying is worth it or not (Augustinus Bader is a must-have).

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Olivia Dubyak is PureWow's Commerce Editor and textbook Capricorn. She studied journalism at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has gone from New York City to...