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New Gadgets For Pets

December 15, 2021
Happy Holidays! It’s finally December, and for many of us, it’s time to start our holiday shopping. Be sure to pick up something for your pet! Classic options, such as treats and toys, are always a safe bet. But, if you’d rather get your furry friend something a little more modern, read on! Here, a vet lists some nigty gadgets for pets.

Camera/Treat Dispenser

There’s nothing like seeing Fido get excited over a treat. Now you can enjoy these fun times anywhere, even from the office! The Furbo is a camera/treat dispenser that helps keep your pup entertained when you’re out of the house. They even include barking sensors that let you know when your pooch is speaking up. (This can be helpful for people whose dogs vocalize a lot when they’re not home.)

Remote Laser Pointer

Does your cat or dog really enjoy playing with laser pointers? If so, this may be a great gift for your furry friend. You can now get laser pointers that can be controlled remotely via a camera and app. Who wouldn’t want to spend their lunch break playing with their pet?

GPS Trackers

In the last few decades, one of the best things to come out of the technology sector are GPS trackers. Many people would quite literally be lost without them! They can also come in handy if you need to track down a runaway pooch. Consider doing some research before buying since there are several brands to choose from. Keep an eye out for things like range, battery life, reviews, and subscription requirements.

Feeder Bowls

While many may not think that feeding Fido and Fluffy has changed very much over the years, it really has. There are several types of specialty bowls you can get for your pet. Some are made to keep your pet from eating too fast, while others can be set at specific angles and heights, which can help your furry pal digest their food easier. Ask your vet for recommendations.

Cat Backpacks

Does your kitty love to be outdoors? Do the both of you love adventure? You can now tote Fluffy around on your back when you go hiking, biking, or just plain ole walking. Your kitty will also be able to peek out through a little porthole. (Warning: not all cats are going to enjoy this. Results may vary.) Happy Holidays! Please contact us anytime!
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