This year, your dog will be prepared for anything the world can throw at it. You might think that your best friend is more susceptible to injury than a human, but the truth is that pet owners are just as vulnerable to injury and just as likely to be the victim of an attack. The newest technologies will be able to assist you in keeping your furry friend safe and providing it with the best possible physical and mental health.
It’s a little hard to believe, but the Petcube may be the device that changes the way we own (and care for) our pets. The Petcube is a small, autonomous, screenless smart camera that can be placed within your home for a continuous stream of live video. It can be used to monitor your dog’s health, but it can also be used to keep tabs on your pets for a fun game of fetch.
• Furminator Deshedding Tool
We just got a new tool that promises to help pet owners de-shed their dogs. The Furminator Deshedding Tool promises to safely remove the top layer of a dog’s coat without damaging or irritating its skin, and it’s designed specifically to capture and remove overgrown undercoats. It’s also gentle enough for dogs with sensitive skin.
• Boshel Dog Nail Clipper
Like those of humans, dog nails are subject to the same health issues that plague the rest of us. Instead of getting a quick trim at the groomers, you and your pooch will need to take care of them yourself.
• Automatic Pet Feeder
Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more prevalent in our lives every day, and the last few months have seen a lot of advancements in that regard. But one of the biggest developments to come out of the AI world is one that brings together two of our favorite things: pets and technology. Automatic pet feeders help pet owners save money. Automatic pet feeders can be automated for a wide range of situations. It can be used to dispense and prevent wasted food automatically. Pet owners can stop wasting money on pet food. Dog owners are able to get the food that they want to eat. They will be able to save time on other things.
• Dog Backpack
For many urban dwellers, the life of a pet dog is more about the owners than it is about the dog itself. These dogs spend nearly all their time indoors and have a lot of room to roam all over the house. As a result, they need quite a bit of exercise. If you have a dog that is too tired (or too lazy) to exercise, you have to buy a dog backpack. These dog backpacks allow you to take your dog with you on your daily walks without straining your back.
• iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher
Back when you were a kid, a toy you could play with consisted of a table and a ball-launching device that came with two different settings: automatic and manual. The device would automatically pop the ball into the air, and you could aim the ball and aim at the ground to have it land. Today, thanks to technology, you can get that type of device for your own dog.
Today we have a fun new gadget for you. It’s called “ifetch,” and it is a ball launcher for dogs. ifetch attaches to your dog’s collar or harness via its own special dog-friendly clicker, and it works by pressing the button on a remote control that is connected to a small remote-controlled car. It can launch the ball up to 30 feet (9.14 meters).
• Portable Dog Paw Cleaner
As the number of dog owners grows and more and more people adopt a dog, a new kind of pet is born: the paw cleaner. The rugged, portable, and affordable devices are being used by people all over the world to sanitize their dogs’ paws. You can even find them at your local pet store or online.
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of smart home tech. But the thing I love most about smart home gadgets is that they can be used for so much more than just a simple, smart home system. One of the most obvious benefits is that they can help you care for your pets. Pet owners are always looking for ways to enhance their relationship with their furry friends and help them lead happier healthier lives.