New Gadgets For Pets

Happy Holidays! It’s December, and for many of us, that means it’s time to start our holiday shopping. Don’t forget to pick up something for your pet! Classic options, such as toys and treats, are always a safe bet. However, if you want to get your furry friend something a bit more modern, read on! A vet lists some gadgets for pets in this article.

Camera/Treat Dispenser

There are few things cuter than seeing Fido get excited over a treat. Now you can enjoy these adorable moments even from the office! The Furbo is a camera/treat dispenser that can help keep your pup’s tail wagging when you’re out. These even have barking sensors that alert you if your pooch is speaking up. (This can be helpful for people whose dogs vocalize a lot when they are out.)

Remote Laser Pointer

Does your dog or cat love playing with laser pointers? If so, this may be a great option. You can now get laser pointers that you can control remotely, via a camera and app. Who doesn’t want to play with their pet during a lunch break?

GPS Trackers

GPS systems are definitely one of the best things the technology sector has created in the last few decades. Many people would quite literally be lost without them! These can also be great for tracking down runaway dogs. There are several brands to choose from, so do some research before buying. Look at things like battery life, subscription requirements, range, and reviews.

Feeder Bowls

One may not think that feeding Fido and Fluffy has changed very much over the years, but it has. There are several types of specialty bowls you can get for your pet. Some are designed to keep pets from eating too quickly, while others may be set at specific heights or angles that can help your furry pal digest their food better. Ask your vet for recommendations.

Cat Backpacks

Do you have a hard time keeping your cat indoors? Do you and your kitty love adventure? You can now carry Fluffy on your back when you go biking or hiking. Your kitty will be able to see out through a little porthole. (Note: not all cats are going to enjoy this. Results may vary.) For more feline-friendly tech options, see Gadgets for Your Cat].

Happy Holidays! Contact us, your local animal clinic in St. Lucie County, FL! For any health concerns and comprehensive care, consider our Veterinary Diagnostics services.

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