3 Essential Gadgets Every Dog Owner Must Have

December 15, 2019

In this day and age, we go out of our way to get the best and the most recent gadgets. There’s something about consumer technology that we just can’t resist. We have smartphones, smart watches, we even have smart shoes. Modern tech is pretty much woven into every fabric of our lives, but how about for our pets? They could benefit from cool tech just as much as we can. On top of that, consumer tech could definitely help us to manage having animals around the home. There’s all sorts of chaos that happens when you leave a dog, or multiple dogs alone. 

Here’s a list of 3 essential gadgets that every dog owner must have. And you best believe that they’ll make owning dogs a whole lot easier.

Wireless fence 

If you’ve got a big yard, that means good times and lots of exercise for your dog. But most houses do not have a fence around their home for either aesthetic reasons or any other reason for that matter. When you have a dog, there’s always a fear your dog will wander off and not come back. They might get lost in a big city that’s unfamiliar and ruthlessly ever changing. Or they might wander a bit and get picked up by someone else thinking they’re a stray. The most insidious situation is someone actively taking the dog for themselves, knowing that they have an owner. 

If your worry at all about this, you can get yourself a wireless dog fence. If you browse through wireless dog fence reviews, you’ll see that a lot of them have similar features. They have GPS technology. They’re all based on a vibration warning with static shock boundary. And don’t worry, the “shock” that’s given is akin to the static shock you get when you touch a door handle with socks on. It’s not going to hurt anyone. All you have to do is set your boundaries and let the wireless fence collar do its magic. 

Doggie camera 

Sometimes, with new dogs, it’s hard to properly train and acclimate with them. We’ve got to work around schedules, families, and responsibilities outside of the potentially full time job of trying to train a dog. If we have to go to work, we might leave our pet alone for that entire 8-10 hour stretch. Anything can happen in those hours. If you’re someone that can’t be present for the majority of the time, the next best thing to do, is to get a dog camera. 

A dog camera lets you see your dog, observe its behaviors, and it even has a bark-activated sensor that lets you know if something is happening in your absence. Some models even have a two- way speaker that allows you to talk to your dog in HD sound. They connect to your phone via WiFi and lets you play, rewind, and save videos collected throughout the day. The new models are even fully equipped with voice activated tech, such as Amazon’s Alexa. 

Deshedding tool 

Out of all the breeds—and all of them are beautiful in their own right, there’s something extra special about the long-haired fluffy ones. The puffy tufts of fur are an absolute treat. But if you’re like the many people that own a medium length or a long haired dog, you know that keeping up with the shedding can be an absolute nightmare. It gets everywhere. It gets on your clothes, it gets on your food. You can be walking around with your morning coffee and get pleasantly surprised by the texture of your best friend’s hair intermixed with the cream. This is why you need a good deshedding tool. If you just get a cheap one that may as well be a comb, you’re looking at a world of fur on top of fur, with a little bit of fur mixed in. 

Plus, investing in a good deshedding tool is not just an investment for your pet, it truly is, at its core, an investment towards your hygiene and cleanliness. When you’re out and about, you don’t know if the people around you have allergies. You also don’t know the severity of their reactions to pet hair and dander. Reducing the amount of shedded hair is a way to keep your clothes and your home looking good, as well as being courteous to the people around you. 

These three gadgets are not only convenient, they’re very quickly becoming a necessity in this technology-filled modern age. Your dog will appreciate the extra attention, and you can rest assured that your best friend stays within its boundaries, is constantly monitored, and kept clean. 

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cindy
cindy
November 16, 2015 4:30 pm

cute photos you have posted but some of them are not teddy bear puppies

Gerardo
Gerardo
March 1, 2016 12:29 am

How much for each dog

Julie
Julie
May 25, 2016 10:41 pm

Love teacups…I am a first time owner. Thinking mix of maltese and shitzu…but not sure what to look for to make sure it is in good health. A breeder contacted me and had what I am looking for…but she said it was the runt…and will be tiny.

Your website impressed me…please contact me. How much too…curious on price.

Susan Murray
Susan Murray
June 30, 2016 10:57 am

So adorable! Do you have any available?

Rochelle jordan
August 30, 2016 5:09 am

Hello want buy look teddy bears picture send email xxxxxxxxxxx thank u

Connie Carrigg
November 23, 2015 12:18 am

I am interested in a teddy bear dog, I live in Barrie,Ont. Where can I find one in Ontario? How much do these dogs cost?I want a pup from a good breeder! i want a happy pup with no health issues,de-wormed,first shots and at least eight weeks with Mom. I read this is the right time to adopt!

Serious,
Connie RN,

Shamika
Shamika
December 1, 2015 2:28 am

I’m looking to bye a Teddy bear puppy for Christmas

Mariana Darida
Mariana Darida
December 23, 2015 11:58 am

Can you please let us know where are you located I am very interested to have one of your puppies .I prefer a female. Please let us know .
We live in Chicago .

Mary Battle
Mary Battle
December 29, 2015 5:25 am

I am interested in a teddy bear puppy, I’d like some information and prices.

Dolores
Dolores
January 11, 2016 6:54 pm

I live in Englewood fl where can I get one