Dogs and Tech
Learning how to read your dog’s stress signals can help prevent dog bites during the busy holiday season. We illustrate some signals and what to do.
The private social network for neighborhoods has introduced pet profiles, with the goal of getting lost dog info to neighbors as quickly as possible.
This is wrong on so many levels, but most concerning are the potential for malfunction and how it would weaken the bond between people and their pets.
Shock collars already can cause physical and psychological harm to dogs, and now Garmin has added control via smartphone. We list the many ways this can go horribly wrong.
An interactive dog bone that “plays” with your dog is currently raising money on Kickstarter. It got us thinking about what other cool automated gear we want people to make.
Barking mad, the new Fetch! app from Microsoft can barely tell me from a Mastiff, but its dog identification deficiencies make it all the more fun.
The new website connects dog owners with the services they need, from dog walking and pet sitting to training, daycare, and even vet visits.
Simply upload a pic of a pup, and a Minted designer will create a custom work of art in no time — and the prices are surprisingly reasonable!
Does your house smell like dog? Do you have issues with pet dander? To see if the AirMaster can help, our farm dogs put the air purifier to work.
Potential adopters and animal lovers alike can use the app to interact with with shelter pets, playing catch the laser or just saying hello.