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Smart Home Tech For Pet Owners
Automatic water bowl
Your pet, whether cat, dog, or guinea pig; requires a daily source of fresh water. An automatic water bowl keeps fresh water running for your pet all day long. The automatic water bowl can ensure that your pet is well watered throughout the day, even if you forget to fill the bowl before leaving the house. This technology-inspired bowl also filters out the water for a cleaner and fresher taste.
Automatic pet feeder
Some pet owners feed their pets once a day. Others prefer more frequent, smaller meals every couple of hours. Regular feedings can be difficult to keep up with if you work long hours or are forced to spend many hours away from the home. With an automatic pet feeder, you can ensure that your pet is fed on your schedule. Automatic pet feeders also make it easier to schedule your pet’s meals and to stick to strict eating times.
Not all homes come equipped with a fenced-in yard. Installing a new fence may not be in the budget, or it may be prohibited by the local community. Owning a dog in a household without a fence can be inconvenient and worrisome. You either have to take your dog out on a leash for every bathroom break or trust that they will not leave the perimeter of the yard. An invisible fence can solve the problem of no fencing. It sets up an invisible boundary for your pet.
A lot of pet owners feel some level of guilt when leaving their pets home for extended periods of time. What if you could play with your pet without ever leaving your office? Newly designed interactive play devices allow you to do just this.
With a little preparation and the right technological devices, you can interact with, feed, and check on your pets from anywhere in the world. Equipping your home with any of these pet friendly devices will make pet ownership much easier.
Karen & Henry Seale
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