Here is a roundup of the strangest pet gadgets in the world. Enjoy.
Remote Control Dog Door Opener
Even fish need a change of scenery.
Doggie Cages for Car Doors
The “BreezeGuard” is effectively a protective cage that mounts into a car door allowing dog passengers to enjoy the breeze in safety.
Dog Poop Catcher
I think the picture is self-explanatory
Keep track on Fido’s exercise regime. Not only is it a pedometer, it’s also a timer and a dog tag rolled into one.
The Luxury Jet-Spa comes with five massaging whirlpool jets, fill-flush whirlpool cleaning system and the tub is available in 50 different colors. If you prefer your pet to receive a good washing versus a whirlpool experience, you can try the Pet Spa.
Price: Luxury Jet spa starts at $1,700.
Bow-Lingual Dog Translator
Translates your dog’s barks into one of six emotions: happy, sad, frustrated, on guard, assertive or needy. Provides a phrase matched to the emotion to represent what your dog might say if it could speak. “Home Alone” mode allows the system to translate while you are away (up to 12 hours). Bow-Lingual maintains a record of the 100 most recent barks.
Dog Walker Treadmill
Dog Walker Treadmill. For the lazy ass dog owner, just put good ‘ol Spike on the treadmill and let him burn those calories. Burn, baby, burn
Talking Dog Bowl
I think Gizmodo sums up the Talking Pet Bowl the best.
Although a dog bowl that plays back a recorded message for your dog may seem like a good idea at first, it really isn’t. Sure, the “comforting your pet while you’re away” angle is nice, but what about when you’re home?
Will Fido understand that no, you’re not hiding near the dog bowl? Or will he spend hours searching your house, tearing apart your newly-purchased sheets and blankets in a costly game of hide-and-seek?