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Shop sustainably from brands that are eco-friendly, socially responsible, and give back to good causes.

Woman ins zig zag striped pants vacuuming pet hair int he living room with her dog sitting on a blue couch

High praise.

Dog sitting behind a basket of Wondercide products on the grass outside

Enter: Wondercide, a plant-based, sustainable, pesticide-free mosquito-repellent set safe to use around your pet.

A fluffy cat sitting in a white bathtub.

Scrub-a-dub!

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A Terracotta kit with planters.

If your loved ones with cats can’t keep a plant alive, this is the gift for them.

A dog with silky hair posing with dog friendly bathing products.

Co-founder Thomas Ling on his passion project-turned-side hustle-turned career.

Cat looking at the camera while steeping out of litter box next to a Litter Genie with abstract purple shapes in the background

The Litter Genie prevents daily scooping, plastic waste, and the sights (and smells) of a full litter box.

Man shopping in a pet store reading product information

Here’s which sustainability buzzwords are actually legit on pet products.

Hope Reiner smiling at the camera seated in a brown chair hugging a Golden Retriever rescue dog named Oliver

Co-founder Hope Reiners on designing sustainable pet products and donating 100% of the profits to animal rescues.

Two cats drinking from a KittySpring Combo water fountain on the floor

Fresh, flowing water will keep your pet hydrated, ward off UTIs, and reduce water waste.

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Sudden scratching? Finicky food eater? Loose poop? Whatever pet health question is on your mind, our veterinary pros are here to help.

Three eco-friendly pet grooming products displayed in a collage.

Package-free brushes, plant-based wipes, certified-organic shampoos, and more.

The brand’s plant-based, protein-packed dog food and treats are sure to satisfy your pup’s appetite and your sustainability concerns.

Lauren Singer sitting on street step hugging her tan dog named Rose

The founder of Package Free says there’s a low-waste alternative to every pet product sitting in your trash right now.

A dog in the desert modeling in a dog carrier bag.

A few of our favorite brands participating in Patagonia’s 1% for the Planet global movement — makers of kibble to catnip to carriers.

Tan and white dog wearing a bandana in from of a flower stand

Founder Rose Shattuck on her thoughtfully designed pet essentials and accessories — made locally and sustainably.

A woman smiling at her dog while cleaning the kitchen counters with a cloth.

So fresh and so clean, clean.