I prefer to walk dogs with them wearing a harness, and this style is my favorite. The first one I ever bought was a Pug Life harness, and it is great! I just slip it on and buckle it up around the belly. Happily, I found an affordable version of this style harness so I was able to purchase all different sizes to use on my clients dogs when I walk them. amazon.com has them for under $20.
All of my goats wear these coats during the harsh Winter months. I like the fit and durability so much that I bought different sizes to use on my clients dogs during windy, rainy, or snowy weather. They are called Jeffers Premium Nylon Ripstop Blanket, $9.99-$12.99 at jefferspet.com. They do fit a little small, so I like to order one size larger than the chart says I need to get more complete coverage.
Picking up after the dogs is required, so using a bag that doesn’t rip at the seams, doesn't burst open if I drop it, is bio-degradable, and smells like lavender is awesome (for a poo bag.) I also use these to clean the cat litter box and collect eggs from the coop. They are a little more money, but they are worth the extra cost.
I discovered this box during a meet & greet with a new client. I bought one and have since bought a second one. The litter is made of small stone pellets that last 1-3 months depending on how many cats are using it. amazon.com usually has the best price of about $35.
The Purina litter box system needs to have a liner in the tray to absorb urine. My litter box came with unscented pads, and one of my kitty clients found the Spring Clean scented pads that are so much better! They need to be changed every 2-5 days depending on how many cats are using the box. amazon.com has 10 for $22.
This is actually more of a comb, and most grooming tools I have tried are useless, but this FurGoPet tool works great at getting the shedding hair off my cats and short hair dogs. It’s half the price of its competitor brand, and amazon.com has these for $14.99.