Top 10 Best Pet Gadgets
How many times have you been out with your dog on a hot summer day and he/she is dying of thirsty ? Problem solved with the MalsiPree Dog Water Bottle, which is a portable water dispenser and cup all in one. The silica gel seal ring plus lock key design, ensures that the pet water bottle doesn't leak at all. The portable dog water bottle is made of high quality food grade material. It is compact so you can put it in your bag easily, or attach it with the convenient strap. One hand operation. Just press water key to fill water and release to stop water.
With over 88,000 positive reviews on Amazon, this is the most favored dog leash. The leash is 16 feet long and is easily adjusted with a retraction device. It has a quick lock and unlock feature and has a super comforatable non-slip grip. Best of all, the leash can move 360 degrees near the handle to provent tangles. This also allows you to control the dog from any angle.
Keep an eye on your dog in real-time 24/7, and keep them fit with this all-in-one dog GPS tracker. Activity monitoring, virtual fences that alert you if your pup leaves a safe space, incredible coverage - it’s all part of the package. With an all-costs-covered subscription, you’ll enjoy unlimited location tracking with your Tractive GPS DOG 4 Tracker. 100% waterproof, 1.2 oz and shock-resistant.
For sure, your dog tries to hide that occasional pee. With this gadget you can find invisible stains with the UV flashlight that can not only fine urine stains but also helps detect food stains on rugs, carpets, and clothes that are otherwise invisible to the naked eye. Durable, high-quality, the 51 tenacious UV light LEDs have a lifespan of 15 years. Ultra-compact design: The pocket-size UV flashlight can be carried along to detect stains in your car.
For many dogs, thunderstorms can be a terrifying experience. Using Thundershirt can reduce panting, drooling, shaking and other signs of anxiety. If your dog is still nervous during storms try closing the blinds and leaving their crate or kennel open with a blanket to create a dark “safe space.” Some dogs are not just scared of the sounds but also the flashing lightning of a storm.