Playful Pups LOVE These Top 10 High Tech Pet Toys

Making their lives more fun & our lives easier, these top pet tech toys are just what every puppy parents needs. Let's face it pup parents, we LOVE to spoil our little fur babies... and, if it makes our lives easier in the process, well then that's just a bonus! So when it comes to finding the best pet tech trends on the market today, there's no shortage of options. However, we picked our top 10 innovative dog products to make it a bit easier:

iFetch

This smart tech for dogs is a given for any fetch-loving furball. The iFetch automatic ball launcher allows your dog to get his/her exercise without you having to touch a slobber-filled ball. After the training guide is complete, your pup will know how to place the tiny blue tennis ball into the top of the iFetch machine and sprint back 10, 20, or even 30 feet to catch their ball.

PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain

Great for pets of all sizes, The Platinum Pet Fountain is a must-have dog gadget that provides 168 ounces of fresh flowing water through a free-falling stream. With built-in reservoir and receiving ramp, this drinking fountain allows full control of how much water your pet gets... while minimizing the splash zone.

AquaPaw

Depending on your loveable pup's demeanor, bath-time can be a showdown of the showerheads. But, with the Aquapaw wearable sprayer and scrubber, you can take control of bathtime with the squeeze of your hand. The water pressure is high enough to penetrate fur but gentle enough to calm them down.

Whistle Go Explore/The Ultimate Health + Location Tracker

We never want to think about it, but it happens to the best of us. One day we come home to find, our darling pups are not inside. However, the Whistle 3 GPS device helps keep tabs on your pet at all times. This small device easily attaches to their collar and connects with your phone's complimentary app.

Petnet Smartfeeder

Running late for dinner doesn't mean the pooches have to suffer. Petnet Smartfeeder feeds your pet at the command of your phone.

Pavlovian Puppy Potty Trainer

We all know the benefits of positive reinforcement, and now, we can incorporate it even when we're not home! This potty trainer senses moisture from your dog's business and rewards them for going in the right spot.

FURminator Undercoat Deshedding Tool for Dogs

For long hair or short, this easy to clean tool reaches through your dog's topcoat to safely and easily remove loose hair and undercoat. Minimize shedding before it begins... and the lint rollers come out.

Paw Lifestyles Dog Treat Training Pouch

Think of this pouch as the diaper bag equivalent for your little pooch. Everything you need from treats to poop bags... and toys to training tools fit inside this sleek and portable pouch.

GoBone Interactive App-Enabled Smart Bone

Give your furry friend just the right amount of playtime and exercise without leaving the couch. GoBone moves on its own to keep your dog entertained throughout the day. With several modes and timers to keep your pup on his/her toes, this "bone" is made of tough, FDA food-grade materials.

Furbo Dog Camera (As Seen On Ellen)

Just say, "Alexa, show me my dog." Furbo's built-in camera and treat dispenser connects with Amazon's Alexa so you can check-in wherever you are. With safety features like "bark detection," you'll be in the know about all your dog's daily adventures.

Are high-tech toys good for raising pets?

Most high-tech pet toys are interactive, which makes them a good investment for your furry friends. These toys can strengthen your pet's mental capacities, keep them entertained even when you're away, and help them cope with separation anxiety.

How do you clean pet toys?

A simple 5% vinegar and warm water solution can clean most toys made with nylon, silicone, and rubber. Hard toys can also be washed with soapy water, just make sure that you rinse them well.

Where can you buy pet gadgets?

You can get different types of pet gadgets and toys in pet shops. You can also find them in some gadget stores and online shops.

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