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Pavlovian Puppy Potty Trainer
If you have a puppy, potty training them is a gigantic task, and often a frustrating one. For $99, the Pavlovian Puppy Potty Trainer can make it easier with a moisture detector that triggers a treat dispenser.
TAGG Pet Tracker
If your dog is a wanderer and likes to explore the neighborhood, the TAGG Pet Tracker is a GPS tracker you can attach to their collar to keep track of where they are at all times.
Pet Chime Doorbell
Let your dog take charge of going outside with the Pet Chime Doorbell. The dog hits the button, shaped like a paw, to tell you he’s ready to go outside. You hear a doorbell and can let him out.
Wisdom Panel DNA
The Wisdom Panel DNA kit will give you insight into who your dog is, and can help you target a training, feeding and exercise plan specifically for the breed… or breeds… he is.
Pet Activity Trackers
Is your dog getting enough exercise? Activity trackers can give you the answers you need about their level of activity and health. Whistle is one option for $99 on pre-order. And you saw the FitBark when we interviewed them at CE Line Shows this year.
If you run with your dog or walk him at night, the Glowdoggie could be a useful gadget for keeping them safe. You wear reflective clothing to let cars know you’re there. Dogs can wear bright LED collars. They’re $50 and come in 5 different colors!
Pet First Aid App
Health problems with your pooch? The Pet First Aid app (iOS, Android) will give you the information you need to determine what could be wrong… apply some at-home first aid, or know when to take them into the vet.
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Bubbletastic Bacon Bubble Blower
You don’t always have the energy to play with your dog as much as they’d like. So after you’ve exhausted yourself, get some additional help. The Bubbletastic Bacon Bubble Blower is $20. It’s simple – it sends out a constant stream of bubbles… bacon scented bubbles at that… for your dog to chase and pop!
Dogs love chasing balls, and a Babble Ball will talk back to your pet. It has 20 different sayings to confuse and delight your puppy when he hears sound coming from this little object.
Go Go Dog Pal
The Go Go Dog Pal is a remote control friend for your dog. It’s $229. You control it and send it running at up to 22 miles per hour to get your dog really going! It’s durable and can handle a little beating, and can even go on multiple kinds of terrain.
After a hard day of play, your dog will LOVE you for getting them access to DogTV. That’s right – a tv channel meant just for dogs! They’ll be entertained and happy for hours on end.
You can keep an eye on your dog when you’re away with the PetCube. There’s a 720p camera inside, a microphone, speakers and a low intensity laser pointer. Log into the mobile app from anywhere, use the speaker to call your doggie to the cube, begin moving the laser pointer and let them play.
If you’re running late, or have to go to a dinner and can’t get home to feed your dog on their regular schedule, you can use PintoFeed. Log into the mobile app, tap a button, and food is automatically dispensed.
The Eyenimal lets you put a camera on your pooch! Think Go Pro, but specifically made to be worn on the collar. You’ll see what they see, but only for 2.5 hours. It’s $99 and has 4 gigs of memory.