Written by Paisley Tedder

Treat your pet with one of these fur-friendly buys

Celebrate your furry friends this month by treating them to one of these buys this National Pet Month.

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We love spoiling our pets all year round, but this month we have a great excuse. From extra comfy beds and luxury blankets, to toys and other items to entertain them, seize the opportunity to treat your fluffy companion, we’re sure they’ll appreciate it!

Smart feed automatic dog and cat feeder, £169.99, PetSafe

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Bring technology to your pets life with this automatic feeder. It enables you to schedule, monitor and adjust your pet’s feeding schedule remotely using a smartphone app. So, if you get held up at work, or simply can’t get back in time for your furry friends tea – they’ll still be served exactly the right stuff.

The feeder holds 24 cups of dry or semi-moist food and helps to prevent jams. Meals can be scheduled up to 12 times daily and can be dispersed in any quantity between 29ml to 946ml. If your furry pal eats too quickly, you can even use the slow feed setting to dispense meals in small amounts over 15 minutes to slow them down.

The app is compatible with iPhones or iPods with iOS 9.0 or later, and Android smartphones version 6.0 or later. One feeder can be controlled by multiple family members, and multiple feeders can be controlled from one device. So, whatever your situation your sorted. Order yours here.

Make your own cat treats set, £6.95, Rex London

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Spoil your feline friend with some homemade cat treats. This cute little kit contains three treat cutters in the shape of hearts, fish and a cat face, a cotton bag to store them and a recipe booklet with instructions on how to make a selection of treats. These include cheese treats, chewy treats, sweet potato and fish treats, catnip treats and salmon treats.

Your kitty is bound to be impressed with your efforts to create something special for them, and you’ll have fun at the same time. These cute packages are also available to make dog-friendly treats, so nobody gets left out!

Fetch stoneware pet bowl, £14, Sophie Allport

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Serve your pup a stylish supper in a beautiful new pet bowl. It’s designed with stunning, hand-drawn dalmations, daschunds, jack russells and lurchers, so he or she can admire some lovely company as he tucks in. It’s available in medium (650ml) or large (1 litre) depending on the amount of food your dog consumes.

The bowl is also dishwasher and microwave safe so perfect for indulging your furry friend with a proper cooked dinner, and making sure it’s properly cleaned afterwards.

Rattan pet house, £275, Beaumonde

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We love the rattan look for furniture, and it looks equally as stylish in this quirky pet bed. It’s crafted from natural materials and will keep your dog or cat cosy whilst looking great in your home, too. It comes with a soft, removable cushion so will give them plenty of comfort at the same time. Order yours here.

Scoop free original self-cleaning litter box, £168.99, PetSafe

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Cleaning the litter tray is never a favourite task, but it’s made considerably better with this self-cleaning litter box. This means it can be left alone for weeks at a time, and uses disposable litter trays to provide hands-off convenience and unbeatable odour control. All you need to do is plug in the box and watch it work its magic. The automatic rake system sweeps waste into a covered compartment 20 minutes after your cat uses the litter box. Safety sensors will then detect if your cat re-enters the box and the 20-minute timer will reset.

It’s the perfect way to keep unwanted litter box odours out of your home, whilst also making the task of clearing the tray much easier. Win, win in our minds!

Dog sofa in plush teal, from £299, Sofology

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The ultimate treat for a pampered pooch, this dog sofa is exactly what furry fellows want to relax on after a hard day of walks, eating and resting. This stylish offering is elegant so is bound to fit with your current decor but will equally be a comfy rest for your dog. If you have a bigger pooch, size up to a large sofa for £349 so there is plenty of space.

Will you be treating your pet this National Pet Month? Tweet us at @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page!

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