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The Best Smart Pet Tech & Gadgets from CES 2018

The Best Smart Pet Tech & Gadgets from CES 2018 

Smart technology has been integrated into pet toys, pet feeders, pet doors and just about anything else you can imagine. This year’s CES show introduced a myriad of connected gadgets for your pet that integrates wireless and artificial intelligence technologies that will help you keep your pet happy, safe and healthy.


Whistle For Smarter Pet People; Whistle 3 combines cellular and GPS technology to give you the fastest and most accurate tracking nationwide. Unlike Bluetooth-only trackers which have a range of 50 feet, Whistle 3 will locate your pet down the street or 3,000 miles away! The smarter way to keep tabs on your pet’s location and activity levels when they're living it up, at home, in the park or on the run. Check it out at https://www.whistle.com/



Pebby is an internet-connected pet game. It’s a ball that comes with a camera and smart collar that lets you interact with your dog while you’re away. If you can’t be by your phone to move it, you can set it to play with your pup automatically. And if you have a cat, there’s a laser that’ll keep your feline active and playing. Click to get one; https://www.getpebby.com/



Wagz Dog Collar and Pet System; In partnership with Black & Decker, Wagz offers a tracking collar, smart feeder, pet door, and more. which should give you a bit of confidence about the longevity of the brand. Get it at http://bit.ly/2FDwIkS



Actijoy Pet Tracking System; like humans, weight issues can be a problem dogs. The Actijoy line of devices can be a solution. Actijoy’s systems uses scales to measure food and water intake and keeps track of the freshness of the dog’s water. Learn more at https://www.actijoy.com/



Petrics Smart Pet Bed; is a bed and activity tracker to help ensure that you can provide the best comfort for your pet. You can adjust the heating and cooling temperatures of the bed and the scale will keep track of your pet’s weight. Check it out http://bit.ly/2FExfTx


Sony’s Aibo Robotic Dog; Aibo can now dance, find a bone and recognize people in your family. Aibo relies on sophisticated sensors and AI smarts, the same that is used in self-driving cars to enable Aibo to sense its environment and avoid objects. The first consumer model was introduced on May 11, 1999 and new models were released every year until 2005. Aibo will retail for around $1700, plus a monthly expense of around $25 in order to keep your pup updated. Learn more at http://www.sony-aibo.com/


Tractive Pet Wearables: Tractive is all about keeping a virtual eye on your dog. It will help you to keep track of your pet and automatically alert you if they leave a specific area. For dogs, you simply clip the tracker to their existing collar, and for cats, there’s a built-in collar. See it at http://bit.ly/2FAuYJ5


PetCube Camera is an all-in-one Wi-Fi pet camera with built-in treat dispenser that lets you train and reward your pet remotely. See, talk, treat, and train from your phone. Watch and Play With Your Pets Remotely, with Petcube. Bridging the gap between a webcam and interactive toy, Petcube lets you spy on, talk to, and play with your companion animals while you're away from home. https://petcube.com/



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