Pet Technology

Pet technology has come a long way to help us protect and care for our pets as well as make our lives a bit easier and a bit more stress free. Below are 6 examples of pet technology that help us and our pets.

Sometimes our pets escape and run away from home and we panic. They could get lost, hurt or even stolen and we worry. They now how pet GPS trackers that can clip onto collars or are themselves a collar. Some companies have apps on your phone so you can always track your pets location.

Another handy tool for people who worry about their pet while they are away from home for work or travel they have pet video monitors. With these again most companies use an app so you can always check up on your pet at home anytime to see what they are up to.

For those pets that like to steal food from the other pets dish some dishes come with a chip you stick on your pets collar. This way only that pet can access the food which helps with over eating or underrating due to food being stollen by the other pet.

For people who live out of town or who’s yards aren’t fenced there are wireless fence options. They use a transmitter that omits a signal of a specific distance but the perk is you can bring the device anywhere and move the location. The pet wears a collar that beeps at the pet to warn them they are starting to reach the limit if they pass it they get a small shock.

If you have a cat you know they are very finicky with their littler boxes. They need to be kept clean very regularly or they may start to go outside the box. They have a fix for that now if you don’t want to do it all the time you can buy a self scooping litter box for your pet.

For people with dogs who bark too much they have options for you as well. You can buy collars that beep, vibrate, spay an unwanted scent or shock when your dog barks to help correct the behaviour and keep you and your neighbours happy.

I hope you found some good options for pet technologies that are available to you. This can give some pet owners a peace of mind knowing their pets are safe and happy.