Best New Tech for Dog Owners 2021

New Tech for Dog Owners | Technology has not only transformed our daily lives but also made pet parenting easier. As a dog owner, you can now more conveniently take care of your dog, what with the use of intelligent, secure, and tested client-approved dog tech or gadgets. It is never the intention of companies manufacturing these gadgets to take away the joys of intimately taking care of your pet and all the tender love and affection that goes into it. But in today’s fast-paced world, pet parents do not have the time, frankly, to give their pets the care that they need.

That’s where new dog tech comes to pounce.

In the best new tech for dog owners of 2021, we will bring you abreast of some pet parenting gadgets that are bound to make your life easier!

1. Furbo Dog Camera and Dog Treat Dispenser

Talk about two birds and one stone.

The Furbo Dog Camera and Dog Treat Dispenser contains a wireless pet camera with which you can keep tabs on your dog’s whereabouts remotely and secretly, monitoring your pet like the responsible, modern pet parent you are. The camera is great and comes with high-definition video quality with night vision. Also, with Furbo, you get to hear if your dog is barking anywhere in the house with its 2-way audio system. All you need is your smartphone on you.

Furbo is compatible with Alexa, has a barking sensor – like we said just above – and a treat tosser that releases what dog treats you put inside out into the open for your dog to mouth-grab. It also makes for a fun physical activity and playtime.

2. Whistle GPS Pet Tracker

It comes with a pet’s job description to go adventure-ing around the house 24/7. No matter how much you try to keep them occupied with one toy or the other, they just seem to have a knack of escaping and, well, giving you quite a workout looking for them! A GPS tracker, namely the Tagg GPS Pet Tracker, on the collar of your pet will save you a lot of time. You can monitor and track your dog wherever they are from wherever you are. Connected with a smartphone app, the tracker will keep you updated on your dog’s location via push notifications and alerts.

And when your little Christopher Columbus sets outside of the house, you can easily use the app’s map and tracking to find them before they find another America.

3. Boshel Dog Nail Clippers

We all want a puffy-pawed canine with whom we can cuddle and play. Regular nail clippers can make the task of cutting and trimming your dog’s nails quite arduous. But with the Bosehl Dog Nail Clippers, it is made easy ten-fold. These clippers come with a safety guard, which helps you safely trim the nails. The cutting blades are composed of great-quality stainless steel, and the ergonomic design that these clippers are made of helps your grip them comfortably, making it a slip-free experience.

Your dog’s paws will be the puffiest ever with these Clippers.

4. Petcube Play Smart Pet Camera

The Petcube Play Smart Pet Camera not only helps you keep an eye on your pet when you are away but also keeps your pet entertained. It has a super-safe pet laser that you can remotely control with your smartphone, playing laser tag with your dog while away. If you are busy, you can set it to auto, which puts the laser on a pattern of laser tags allowing your pet to play with the camera itself. This camera also has a 2-way audio system that comes in handy when your dog barks from an unknown location.

Petcube Play has a 1080p high definition with a wider angle lens, can zoom in and out digitally three times, and supports night vision. You can consider Petcube a semi-nanny for your pet.

5. iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher

Fetching ball is every dog’s heaven. The softer the ball, the better. If you do not have the time to throw ball and have fun with your dog, or instead want to make time for other work that you just can’t seem to get control of, the iFethc Interactive Ball Launcher is ideal for you. There are 3 mini tennis balls in iFetch, easily the size of the average ping pong. You can adjust it manually to throw balls at 10, 20, and 30 feet. Convenient, is it not? But you will need to train your dog to put the balls back on the other side from the launch hole or be around after the third ball to put all three back inside.

While lightweight, portable, and easy to clean, the iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher’s balls are too small for larger dog breeds, so if you have a large dog, we wouldn’t recommend this product to you as it won’t be safe for your pet to be playing with such small-sized balls.

6. Pat Your Pet Pet Grooming Glove

Where pets are concerned, grooming is too important to not be taken lightly. Pet needs the ultimate care from fur to nail. This helps keep your dog healthy and safe from communicable animal diseases and other infections. The Pat Your Pet Pet Grooming Glove helps you gently de-shed your dog’s fur with ease. It has rubber tips that help you cover all kinds of fur; thick, short, non-existent! You name it. What is more is that it can also be used as a massager, the strokes providing comfort and relief to your tired, furry friend.

With its enhanced penta-finger design and rubber tips, the Pat Your Pet Pet Grooming Glove is a perfect accessory for your dog.

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Facts About Animal Homelessness:

  1. Only 1 out of every 10 dogs born will find a permanent home.
  2. The main reasons animals are in shelters: owners give them up, or animal control finds them on the street.
  3. Each year, approximately 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed every year because shelters are too full and there aren’t enough adoptive homes. Act as a publicist for your local shelter so pets can find homes. Sign up for Shelter Pet PR.
  4. Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs and 3.4 million are cats.
  5. According to the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy (NCPPSP), less than 2% of cats and only 15 to 20% of dogs are returned to their owners.
  6. 25% of dogs that enter local shelters are purebred.
  7. About twice as many animals enter shelters as strays compared to the number that are relinquished by their owners.
  8. It’s impossible to determine how many stray dogs and cats live in the United States. Estimates for cats alone range up to 70 million.
  9. Only 10% of the animals received by shelters have been spayed or neutered. Overpopulation, due to owners letting their pets accidentally or intentionally reproduce, sees millions of these “excess” animals killed annually.
  10. Many strays are lost pets that were not kept properly indoors or provided with identification.
  11. According to The Humane Society, there are about 3,500 brick-and-mortar animal shelters in the US and 10,000 rescue groups and animal sanctuaries in North America.

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