Changes in technology mean it’s now easier than ever to entertain, monitor and interact with our pets. With new gadgets constantly enhancing the lives of consumers, it’s little wonder technology has made it’s way to the pet industry. From dog cameras that allow you to chat to your pooch remotely to devices that monitor their health, there’s so much Pet Tech available on the market now days, owners are spoilt for choice!
Ever wondered what your pet’s get up to while you’re at work? This interactive Wi-Fi pet camera allows you to keep an eye on your pets when you’re away from the house. With this incredible gadget not only can you watch and talk to your furry friend but you can even play laser with them when you notice they’re getting bored or restless.
The clue’s in the name. This awesome device is bound to keep your dogs entertained for hours. Because let’s face it, sometimes the last thing you want to be doing when you get home from a long day of work is play fetch. It lasts up to 300 throws and has its own rechargeable battery. Your dog can even drop the ball into the unit! This is also a great way to enhance their behavioural skills!
Use an app on your smartphone to reward your animals for being so good while you’re out of the house. This tech-savvy device allows you to fling treats from a dispenser with the touch of a button. It also has a camera so you can watch what’s going on in your home, so you can goodbye to chewed shoes and torn cushions. It holds up to 100 treats and can fling them up to a whooping 6 feet so you can test your pets agility whilst making sure they don’t get bored.
Give your pet some companionship when you’re not around with this device. The Pet Fitness Robot moves around the room and rewards interaction with treats. It is also designed to encourage your pet to be physically active. You can even track their fitness levels through an app! Dogs can get restless when they’re left alone in a house and this device is a perfect way to entertain and stimulate their minds.
Rosie is a pet obsessed journalist originally hailing from the UK and now based in Sydney.