Pets can get stressed, too. Here's how to calm them.
On the haunt for a ghoulishly good dog toy? We’ve rounded up the year's best Halloween dog toys, fresh from the cauldron.
No doubt your pooch loves to play with toys, but is it possible to own too many dog toys?
We’ve rounded up the best cat toys to help you choose the perfect one for your favorite feline.
We’ve rounded up the best dog toys—from the best dog fetch toy to the best plush toy to the best chew toy—to entertain every type of dog.
We’ve rounded up the best cat trees as rated by Chewy cat parents and tested by their favorite felines.
Happy birthday, Scorpios! Let’s cuddle.
We’ve rounded up the best rabbit toys—from rabbit chew toys to balls to tunnels—to entertain every type of bunny.
Cats can’t help scratching. Our buying guide will help you find the best cat scratching post or scratch pad to keep your pet happy.
Relieve some of that stress you and your pup may be carrying with these toys for anxious dogs and their stressed-out humans.
Does your kitty need a small, basic cat tree, or all the bells and whistles? Find the best cat tree for your cat with these expert tips.
Whether you’re looking for KONG toys for small dogs or KONG toys for large dogs, we’ve got the ultimate guide to the different types of KONG toys, how to use a KONG toy, KONG dog toy recipes and more.
From a cat tunnel to a cat puzzle toy, there are many interactive cat toys to choose from. Learn about the different types of interactive cat toys and which one might be the best for your feline friend.
Celebrate the Holidays with KONG
Horses are intelligent beings who can become bored easily. Keep your horse entertained with horse toys.
Ready to try your hand at DIY cat toys? Follow these step-by-step instructions for making your kitty her very own lime slice cat toy that’s stuffed and sprayed with catnip!
Does your pup get the blues when you leave him home alone? Here are some great dog toys that can help to reduce separation anxiety in dogs.
If chewing was an Olympic sport, would your dog win a gold medal—and then chew it? If your pup destroys dog toys in less time than it takes you to buy them, then you have a heavy chewer. Dogs chew to relieve stress, burn energy and keep themselves entertained, so it’s important to find the proper dog chew toys to keep them healthy and happy.