My cat absolutely loves Meow Mix pates. It's like he knows when I buy them because he hovers around the bags and then they can't stay in my pantry for more than a day because he finds them. One cup will last him two meals so I usually divide it and put it on a plate for him to give over two days - I just keep the open part in the fridge covered in foil.
We have two boxers and use Pedigree dry food, but for special occasions or the occasional treat we give them canned food. Both love it and it settles in their tummies fine, but holy farts! Boxers are prone to stinky toots anyway but the canned food really amps that up.
I've been using Caress for probably 15 years and I love it. It's affordable, you can buy it anywhere, and it doesn't dry out my skin. It's gentle enough that I have even used it on my daughter when I ran out of her child soap.
This stuff smells so good! It also left my skin feeling softer and less dry but it doesn't make a lot of suds so I feel like I used more than I would have with other body washes. Walmart has a huge selection of Tone body washes and there's always coupons.
I love the Clearly Sheer line - it's lightweight so it doesn't feel like you're caking gunk on your face, there's not strong scent which is nice, especially on your face, it's not greasy so you don't feel all slimy, and it dries quickly so you don't have to worry about toddler hands wiping it off right away.
I LOVE LYSOL! I own a daycare and have a young child so I'm fully aware of how intense messes can be. I use this everywhere from the kitchen to the bathroom to the playroom, I've used it in my car, everywhere. It's fantastic, it smells good, and I know things are getting clean which is the most important part.
I started using this after having a gum graft surgery and this worked great as far as helping sensitivity, I was actually quite impressed. The thing I didn't like as much, though, is that it didn't foam up too much while I was brushing, so it felt like it wasn't cleaning as well (I know that sounds silly) and it didn't leave me with that fresh whoosh! of minty breath when I was done. That aside, it definitely helped the sensitivity of my teeth.
I do daycare and I feel like the foaming hand soap is better for the kids since they can see the soap without having to wet it to get bubbles, so they can see the parts of their skin they need to cover with the bubbles. Plus the citrus smells helps with that clean smell.