5 Pet-icularly Good Gifts for the Animal You Love
The fact is, having a pet is one of the best things you can do for your health -- physically, emotionally, spiritually. Since you get so much love and affection from the relationship, when it comes to giving back, you want to do right by him or her. Here are 5 pet-icularly good gifts for your best furry friend.
One of the hardest parts of having a pet is leaving the house without them. Some moan, whine, or destroy things, while others simply mope, giving you those sad eyes (you know the ones).
Keep them happy with iFetch, an automatic game of fetch they can play all by themselves. Your pooch simply drops the set’s mini tennis ball into the top, and the automatic dog ball launcher spits it out randomly in one of three directions from the base:
You’re not the only one who wants to look fancy when you go to holiday parties. Give your dog a leg up in the fashion department and keep him/her warm during the cold winter months:
Once you get Fido all decked out, you’re going to want to record the whole thing for posterity. Since it can be hard to get your pet to smile and say cheese, you’ll love this simple smartphone attachment that clips easily to your phone or tablet. Just pop in the included squeaky ball (or other toy), and watch as ears perk up and face the camera for perfectly delightful pix:
Doing some holiday travel? It’s always good to be able to keep your pet hydrated when you’re on the road or at the dog park, but without the mess that usually accompanies a slobbery animal. Simply fill this smart bottle with water, squeeze it to fill the attached bowl, then release your grip to drain the extra water back into the dog water bottle. It’s efficient, sanitary, and easy to take on the go:
When it’s cold out, sometimes it’s easiest to keep smaller dogs inside for longer periods of time. Keep your pooch happy and your home clean and dry with these clever pads that direct dogs’ aim, absorb, and then deodorize. Concentrated pheromones attract your dog right to the center of the pad, which is filled with microbeads that trap liquid and lock in odors at the same time:
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." - Anatole France