24 Pet Products From Amazon That Extra-Large Dog Owners Truly Love

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1. A reflective, waterproof, no-pull, no-choke harness with a handle, so you can keep your big baby close, or let them lead the way — whatever the situation calls for.

A German shepherd/ rottweiler in the harness


Promising review: “We have a 160-lb and a 135-lb South African Mastiff/Boerboel. This works well with them. Slips over the neck so we don’t have to lift legs or manipulate them a lot to put these on. Fits a very broad-chested pup and a taller, more athletic pup. I bought an XL for the 135-lb dog thinking it wouldn’t fit the larger one, but it can be adjusted to fit them both. Liked it so much I’m purchasing a second one today. Helps to reduce pulling on walks, but we bought them mainly for car rides. These easily attach to the car clasps in our vehicle. Recommend for large dogs.” —M.J.

Price: $15.95+ (available in sizes S-XL and 12 colors)

2. A memory foam mattress with a waterproof and machine-washable cover, for extra-large buddies who are dealing with joint pain, arthritis, or hip issues (or who just want to get super comfy).

A Mastiff lying on the bed in gray


Promising review: “I have an old Great Dane that has hip problems, and he is starting to become incontinent in his old age. We were buying a new dog bed every month. The dog beds we were purchasing were impossible to clean and didn’t hold up very well. I could tell right away this bed was different. The foam pad was soft yet supportive of our 125-lb big guys. The cover comes on and off easily, and appears to be waterproof. I did line the top between the pad and cover with a crib liner as an extra layer of protection. So far so good. Our big guy is happy!” —Kristina

Price: $27.49+ (available in sizes S-XXL and seven colors)

3. A thick, hand-knit, 100% wool sweater, because even if they look tough, your short-haired pups get chilly in the winter.

The sweater, which is gray, with white-and-red stripes around the neck and tail


Promising review: “The sweater is thick and very well made. I have a Great Dane, 150lbs, stocky, with a huge chest, and the XXXL size fits him perfectly! His chest is normally too wide for most things, but this is the only dog sweater/clothing that I have bought that actually fits him. Very pleased with the price and quality.” —Melissa

Price: $24.99+ (available in sizes XXS-XXXL)

4. A sturdy, plastic indoor/outdoor dog bowl that can hold up to 106 ounces (!!!) of water or food, so you won’t have to give your puppo a refill every five minutes.

A dog eats from the large bowl


Promising review: “I have an 85-lb dog who loves to push his food around in his bowl with his nose. With smaller bowls, half of it would end up on the floor or the mat under the dish. With this dish, very little ever makes its way out of the dish. It cleans very easily from either wet, dry, or dry mixed with water (he eats all 3) with nothing more than a sponge. I’ve also washed them on the top rack of the dishwasher with no problems.”—televi

Price: $10.99+ (available in three colors)

5. A large, heavy-duty crate with single or double doors, for big pups who crave their “cave” space.

The crate, which is made of metal but has a plastic insert across the bottom


Promising review: “My puppy is a large variant of the German Shepherd breed. I needed a cage that wouldn’t break the bank and that would allow me to give her plenty of room that she needs. This enclosure has a partition you can move to adjust for your dog’s size as he or she grows. I put my dog’s bedding in there and she absolutely loves it. She doesn’t act like she feels confined or trapped at all, and has enough room to turn around and play properly. She runs right in if we tap on the top. Materials-wise, this cage is durable and the bottom has a very heavy plastic tray. It’s held up to her bouncing around in it and hasn’t suffered a scratch. Two doors allow for easy entrance and cleaning.” —Taj

Price: $30.99+ (available in sizes from 22 to 48 inches, and single or double door)

6. A lightweight telescoping ramp that only weighs 18 pounds but can support up to 300 pounds, so your pup can make their own way onto decks, stairs, cars, and wherever the action is (and by “action,” I mean “snacks”).

A dog walks down the fully extended ramp, which is metal


Promising review: “Worked great for our Cane Corso and Rottweilers (120 and 140 lbs) getting in and out of our pickup truck due to old age. Also helped keep us clean, since after long walks in Oregon’s wet winter, we didn’t have to pick up the dogs to get them in the truck.” —Jack Woolford

Price: $130.95

7. Or a set of freestanding steps for dogs up to 200 pounds, so even if they’re recovering from injury or experiencing the pangs of aging, they can initiate cuddle time on the couch (or the bed!) whenever they want.

A dog climbs the stairs, which have a textured, carpeted surface, to the bed


Promising review: “Strong and durable. The steps are both deep and wide, so that my 13-year-old boy (90 lb. Rhodesian Ridgeback mix) can easily get into the bed. Great product…would recommend to anyone with a large breed dog.” —MATEICH

Price: $47.99+ (available in three colors)

8. An elevated dog bed that works indoors or outdoors, so your huge friendos can lounge wherever they like best.

Two large dogs sit comfortably on the bed, which is elevated and has a metal frame


Promising review: “I bought the extra large one, since I have three Danes, two Mastiffs, and Pitty. The pic shows over 220 lbs of dog on the extra large dog bed, and no bending of the metal. It’s so lightweight to pick up, move around the house and dust off. It does take up a chunk of space, but the dogs love it. I bought a second one and will be buying more. I even bought one for my mom’s dog in Idaho. So glad I tried it. Dogs loved it better with a blanket tossed on top. Must feel more cozy for them. ” —Rerudkin

Price: $19.99+ (available in sizes XS-XL and two colors)

9. A large dog slow feeder, because it pays to slow down — if your extra-large dogs takes extra-large gulps of their food, they might feel nauseous, get bloated, or even become sick.

The slow feeder bowl, filled with food so that you can see the wave-like shapes that extend from the inner edges of the bowl, slowing eating


Promising review: “Bought this bowl because Great Danes are known to have bloat. This an all-around great dog bowl for our Great Dane puppy who likes to knock his food dish over and gulp his food. This bowl slows him down so he has to eat slowly. He also can’t knock this dish over. That’s a plus not having dog food all over the floor. Seems durable. Thick plastic that wipes off easily enough. The smaller spaces can be a little hard to reach. Would buy again.” —M&L

Price: $10.99+ (available in eight colors, individually or in sets of two)

10. A rubber stick chew toy so tough, it can withstand your big pupper’s most aggressive nibbles.

A Great Dane chews on the toy, which is a rubbery rod with rounded ends


Promising review: “My Cane Corso’s favorite toy on earth. He’s 130 lbs and a very powerful chewer…hasn’t even put a mark on it at all. He carries this thing everywhere with him, wiggling his tail the entire time he is holding it. The float feature comes in very handy for me, as well. I live waterside, and Ronin dropped this into the Marina. If it didn’t float, it would have been lost for good. I also like that it is rubbery and easier on the teeth. Only con, if there is one at all, is that it initially has a very strong rubber smell…VERY strong. The smell goes away little by little and to speed up the process I kept washing it everyday…which I think you should do anyway to keep it sanitary for your dog. Even with the rubber smell, I would still recommend this to anyone…strong chewer or not.” —Phantom’s Robin

Price: $17.99+ (available in sizes S-XL and three colors)

11. Or a super-durable rubber tug toy, because nothing will ruin large breed playtime like having your toy tear mid-tug.

A German Shepherd with the toy, which is shaped like a figur 8


Promising review: “My big girl loves this toy. I purchased this item because I have a large Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) and she is a power chewer. These Goughnut toys are almost indestructible. Now I get to play with her and that is awesome.” —Daniel Dorsey

Price: $32.49

12. A box of extra large, extra thick, extra absorbent training pads, for the big pup who’s just getting potty trained, or has begun having the occasional age-related accident.

The pad, which covers a large square of space


Promising review: “With the recent weather, our Dane refused to go out in the cold and snow. These were a lifesaver for us. The are the perfect size for our 120 lb female.” —Tina

Price: $39.99+ (available in boxes with 50-2400 pads)

13. A durable rope leash with a padded handle, so even if your best pal decides to bolt after an especially threatening squirrel, your hand won’t get hurt or pinched.

The leash in bright blue, with padded loop handle, metal clasp, and climbing-rope leash


Promising review: “We bought a two-pack for our English Mastiffs. They’ve held up very well. I’d definitely recommend these leashes for large and giant breed dogs.” —Lauren

Price: $13.79+ (available in two lengths and seven colors)

14. A large, easy-to-clean rake-and-bucket pooper scooper, for a low-contact way to clean up your pups’s extra large…surprises in the yard.

The pooper scooper set — a bucket on a stick, and a rake on a stick


Promising review: “Best way I’ve found to keep up after our two German Sheps in a small yard. Works great with grocery bags. If you are looking to save your back or avoid puking (according to my husband), BUY THIS.” —Megan Sullivan

Price: $17.95

15. A collapsible travel bowl that holds up to 100 ounces of food or water, because no matter where you’re traveling to, they definitely didn’t leave their appetite at home.

The bowl, which collapses flat and pops open, in green


Promising review: “My 180 lb dog likes to drink and eat out of big bowls, and it’s great that someone is finally making them large enough for him, so that we don’t have to carry an actual bowl with us. Nice, thick material. VERY happy with this purchase (and so is our dog)” —Becca Goodman

Price: $10.96+ (available in sizes L and XL, and three colors)

16. A lick mat that can keep your biggest little friend entertained, preventing boredom and anxiety.

A dog licks the mat


Promising review: “We have five large dogs ranging 60 to 125 lbs. This is much better than their treat-dispensing toys to give them a peanut butter treat. These are easier to clean, keep them occupied longer and use less peanut butter. I, of course, supervise their use, so no one starts to chew on the mat (only one tried). I picked them up immediately as they each finished, to discourage chewing the mat. We have used them twice now and they absolutely love them!” —Kindle Customerdiann

Price: $14.95

17. A foldable PVC pool with a drainage spout, because your humungous pals want to beat the summer heat as much as you do (also, depending on your dog’s size, there might be room for you in here, too).

The pool, which is large enough for German Shepherds to play with

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Promising review: “This was the best investment for my puppies! Easy set-up, easy to drain, and folds up small—does not take much space. My puppies did not want to get out. Big enough for a 90-pound Lab, a Lab/ Great Dane puppy, me, and my son. I recommend this 100 percent.” —Debbie

Price: $44.99+ (available in two sizes)

18. An indoor/outdoor shower wand, so you no longer have to struggle with pups who are bath-shy, or just don’t realize how much water they’re splashing (they truly do not know their own strength when it comes to tub time).

A large dog taking a bath with the wand


Promising review: “My poor pup recently started having skin/coat issues and I need to give him weekly baths. It was a traumatic battle of wills and strength for both of us, and one where I had only a slight advantage. And believe me, there is nothing sadder than a 125 lb dog sitting in the tub with a look of utter resignation. Wand installation took less than five minutes. And I was able to wet all of him down with so little effort. With the full spray, there was enough water pressure to wet down the thick, downy fur on his back end. I was able to carefully wet up under his legs and tummy using the narrow spray and reduced water pressure. One-handed operation was a little tricky at first, but I got it eventually. Best of all, the hose was long enough to reach his back side at the far end of the tub. I’m really surprised at how well it worked because my closets are stuffed with doggy gadgets and toys I thought would be awesome and then never used.” —seastorm

Price: $32.99 (available in two water pressure styles)

19. A vitamin for hip and joint support, because larger friends sometimes have more stress on their joints, which can lead to pain and slow them down.

The vitamins, which come in a plastic canister with a screw-on top


Promising review: “I have two mastiffs, one English mastiff adult and one Dogue De Bordeaux puppy. Our English mastiff had TPLO surgery done two years ago, so she gets very stiff from arthritis and inflammation from time to time, especially in the colder months. This seems to really help her! We have always given her glucosamine supplements but this is by far the best one that I have found, with the highest dose of glucosamine and chondrointin available. Plus they gobble them right up! It’s a win win for everyone!!”—Ashley Obermiller

Price: $34.95 (or Subscribe & Save for $31.46/ month)

20. A Furminator grooming rake for Great Pyrenees and other big dogs with big shedding issues. The rake gently gathers up loose fur, removing it all at once (instead of strand by strand on your couch).

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Promising review: “I purchased this undercoat rake for my two Great Pyrenees dogs, and so far it is my favorite grooming utensil I have ever used. The brush easily and gently picks up and removes loose fur and undercoat, and helps untangle their butt fringe without damaging the fur. It is easy to clean out and the handle is actually comfortable to hold while brushing. The pins spin, which is nice as well.” —Cat

Price: $9.71

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Promising review: “I purchased this undercoat rake for my two Great Pyrenees dogs, and so far it is my favorite grooming utensil I have ever used. The brush easily and gently picks up and removes loose fur and undercoat, and helps untangle their butt fringe without damaging the fur. It is easy to clean out and the handle is actually comfortable to hold while brushing. The pins spin, which is nice as well.” —Cat

Price: $9.71

21. A bag of wheat-and-soy-free large breed dry dog food with larger kibble, so your pup will literally have more to chew on.

The dry dog food


Promising review: “I like that Wellness is a local company and the ingredient quality is excellent. The large kibble size is perfect for my Great Danes, and nutrient-dense so I can feed less kibble than cheaper brands. I like the addition of probiotics, glucosamine, and chondroitin. My dogs like it and I think it’s well worth the price for the value.” —CMish

Price: $39.89+ (available in three sizes, or Subscribe & Save for $37.90+/month)

22. A gallon bottle of Rocco & Roxie pet stain-and-odor-remover, because a bigger dog can also mean bigger messes.

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Promising review: “We use this product and it really does work. On the rare occasion that our St. Bernard has an accident, this eliminates odors and he doesn’t use the same spot to go potty in the future.” —Chris

Price: $19.97+ (available in two sizes)

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Promising review: “We use this product and it really does work. On the rare occasion that our St. Bernard has an accident, this eliminates odors and he doesn’t use the same spot to go potty in the future.” —Chris

Price: $19.97+ (available in two sizes)

23. A set of large breed nail clippers, so you can cut through thick nails quickly. Your big dog likely becomes a big baby as soon as the nail clippers come out, but these will shorten your manicure time.

The clippers, which come with a nail file


Promising review: “Worked great for clipping my dog’s nails. She’s a Bloodhound and has thick nails, and they got the job done.” —Jessie Heston

Price: $8.98

24. A set of hiking booties, for grande-sized pups who like to hit the trail. These booties protect from hot asphalt, sharp rocks, and other threats to your pal’s precious paws.

A dog wearing the booties, which go up to the ankle


Promising review: “We live in a desert climate and have two young Great Danes that do not like to stay inside all summer. Not to mention, living in Palm Springs, California, just about everyplace is dog-friendly, so we like to go out to downtown in the evenings for ice cream or to the weekly street fair. These let us take our ‘kids’ out with us and not worry about feet getting too hot. Yes, it takes time for dogs to adjust to them, but just like anything else, patience and training is key. Anyone who likes to take their dogs out in urban environments should own a pair of shoes for their pooch!” —BadBear

Price: $37.50 (available in nine sizes and three colors)

The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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