We, Pet owners, know well how tiring raising our pets is. It’s no wonder that raising a pet is pretty much like raising a baby. These little canines fill our homes with joy but also with feces and lots of fur. In this busy life, we often don’t have time to take a good care of our little ones all the time, but luckily we live in a highly modern age full of products aiming to make life easier for us and our dogs. That’s why we decided to put this list of top notch products designed to automate pet raising process.
How many times you left home and was worried about your dog. Don’t worry anymore because Furbo has got you covered. It’s a pet camera with Dog Recognition Technology that lets you see, talk and toss treats to your dog from anywhere.
Ratings: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Reviews: Here are some of the best customer reviews.
Here you will harness the technology that was unimaginable just few years ago, to your dog’s favor. With a simple cheek swab, you can uncover DNA-based insights that may help you understand your dog’s unique appearance, behaviors, and wellness needs. Your customized report will include:
- Breed ancestry tree going back three generations
- Detailed breed profiles for each of the breeds detected
- Multidrug Sensitivity (MDR1) genetic mutation screening results
- Adult weight range prediction to help with nutrition and diet choices
- Ancestry certificate for framing
- Access to the Mars Veterinary customer care team for report questions and trait analysis
Testing is as easy as pie..
- Simply collect a skin cell sample from the inside of your dog’s cheek with the included swabs.
- Activate your test online at the official website and mail the swabs back to our laboratory with the postage-paid shipping label.
- Within three weeks you will receive an e-mail with your dogs ancestry report.
Ratings: 4.2 out of 5 stars
Reviews: Here are some of the reviews we loved
The PetSafe Wireless Fence pet containment system is a revolutionary concept that provides the safest, simplest form of pet containment ever. Simply, plug in the transmitter then put the lightweight receiver collar on your pet which detects the transmitter’s signal. While the collar is receiving the signal, your dog is free to run and play in your yard. When he approaches the boundary of the signal area, he receives a warning beep. If your dog does not return, he receives a static correction which is startling but not harmful. With a little simple training your dog will quickly learn his boundaries.
Ratings: 3.9 out of 5 stars
Reviews: Most reviews were positive but we spotted some common issues regarding compatibility and interference with other wireless devices in the house. Here are some of the positive ones:
The iFetch Too automatic ball launcher is a big dog’s fetching dream! Once your dog places the standard sized tennis ball into the top of the iFetch Too, this interactive dog toy throws it 10, 25 or 40 feet. (Or set it to “random” to keep your pet guessing!) Features an internal rechargeable battery and distance setting changes with a touch of a button.
Rating: 3.3 out of 5 stars
Reviews: We noticed two major issues with this product. First, there’s no sensor to prevent the ball from launching on the dog’s face if he stands facing it. Second, the shooting range doesn’t reach the promised 40 ft. range. Otherwise, the product works great with most of the users as per the following reviews.
Now there is a faster, easier and less messy way to bathe your dog! The BISSELL BarkBath is portable and allows you to give your dog a bath anywhere in the house without having to get near a tub or outdoor hose. The specially designed nozzles go beneath the fur to wash from the skin up while soft suction pulls water, dirt and odors away. Welcome to the next generation of bathing your dog.
Rating: 3.4 out of 5 stars
Reviews: Most customers seem to love the product as it saves enormous amount of time and effort from a much dreaded task for both the owner and the dog. However, we found the most common issue is getting dogs used to the sound and not running away. Also one customer complained about the shampoo giving her dogs dandruff. Otherwise, most of the reviews are positive as the ones below.