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Review: FitBark 2 Dog Activity Monitor

Canine activity monitors, like the FitBark 2, are helping pet owners keep their dogs healthy and happy by tracking their behavior patterns.

The Best Fitness Trackers for Dogs

Fitness trackers aren’t just for humans anymore. Pet technology continues to evolve, which helps dog owners to monitor their pets, take better care of...

TOP #13: The Benefits of Dog Health Monitors ft. James Andrews,...

Activity monitors and health trackers have been popular among health conscious individuals for a couple of decades now, with massive technology improvements made over the...

Tracking Your Dog’s Diet Has Never Been This Easy

Some dogs can easily be free-fed. He’ll eat when he’s hungry and stop eating when he’s had his fill. Dogs like this are few...

Is This Wearable the iPod of Pet Insurance?

Anyone that knows anything about business will tell you that Apple knows how to market products. iPhones, iPads, Apple computers – it seems like...

WonderWoof Brings Fashion to Dog Technology

Betsy Fore could not figure out why her beloved dog was gaining so much weight. She was gone to work all day, and she...

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4 Reasons Why and When Dog Parks Can Be Dangerous

Enjoying summer with your pooch in a dog park while he runs around freely can be fun, and it's also be a great way...
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What to Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

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5 Dog Esophagus Problems and What You Should Know

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