THE TOP FIVE SMART DEVICES FOR YOUR PET
Canine Zone|December 2019 - January 2020
Today’s technological advances are providing a solution for anxious pet parents
Hazel Imrie

It’s becoming easier to travel with pets, thanks to a greater awareness of airline policies and animal relocation services, as well as a greater amount of pet-friendly holiday accommodation. Still, there are times you have to leave your four-legged friend at home. In fact, for many office workers, that’s a daily reality. We leave our pets home alone for long stretches.

Fortunately, today’s technological advances are providing a solution for anxious pet parents. Just as we can’t live without our smart devices, our pets can take advantage of them too. From home cameras to GPS gadgets that offer pet owners peace of mind that their fur baby is safe and happy.

GPS TRACKERS

While dogs may escape from your property on occasion, cats roam on a regular basis. GPS trackers, typically attached to the cat’s collar, keep you in the know about your pet’s movements. Paired with an app on your smartphone, you can easily find them if they’re lost, even triggering an alarm.

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