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THE HIGH TECH HOMEFRONT. by Heather Schulman


There is nothing like one-on-one time with our dogs, but sometimes a little high tech in the home can be useful and fun. Here’s some good food for thought, from Christian Lous Lange (1869-1938): “Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.”


Petcube Bites is an all-in-one inter- active WiFi treat camera, which creates a rewarding treat experi- ence for owners and their pets. It is designed to help pet parents care for their pets remotely, and reward them with treats. Petcube Bites features are on par or above other pet and security cameras, including 1080p HD video & 2-way audio for Skype-like chats, motion/sound alerts and night vision. The device’s treat tossing range (up to 6 feet) and capacity (up to 2 lbs) are the highest on the market. Plus, users also have more options through the Petcube app, including video history with cloud recording, integration with Facebook and other social net- works, and shared camera access with friends, family and the public. Price: $249.00 petcube.com


iFetch is a small dog’s fetching dream! The automatic ball launcher launches a mini tennis ball (1.6” diameter) 10, 20, or 30 feet with the touch of a button. Train your dog to drop the ball into the top of the toy and let the games begin. The iFetch is the first automatic ball launcher specifically designed for small to medium-sized dogs. It is also designed to launch one ball at a time to keep the product interactive – either the owner initiates the fetch game by dropping the ball in, or the dog starts it independently once they've mastered the “drop” command. Price: $115.00 goiFetch.com


The Petnet SmartFeeder is an automatic, connected pet feeder that enables pet owners to create a customized feeding schedule for their pet. Meals are always deliv- ered on time. The device is controlled via Petnet’s iOS app and precisely measures portions based on a pet’s age, weight and level of activity. The SmartFeeder is internet connected, meaning you can dispense feedings remotely. Price: $119.00 petnet.io


22 THE NEW BARKER


PetSafe Electronic SmartDoor gives your pet a key to the house so he can come and go as he pleases. Using radio-frequency technology, the SmartDoor reads the unique signal of a waterproof SmartKey worn on your pet’s collar and triggers the battery power-driven flap to unlock. When the SmartDoor no longer senses your pet’s SmartKey, the flap automati- cally locks back into place. Easily program up to five SmartKeys with a touch of a button. The insulated flap is energy efficient with UV sun protection and easy do-it-yourself installation/programming. Price: $89.95 (small door) or $139.95 (large door) petsafe.net


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