Halo Mini

The Halo Mini is an illuminated pet collar for pets of all sizes. Having it for night walks is great so motorists can see you and your pet under low-light conditions. Its rechargeable batteries can run its LEDs for up to 75 hours on flash mode on a single 2-hour charge.

Their Kickstarter project ended not too long ago so you’ll have to wait for it to be released to consumers. It’s available in Red, Green & Blue options and are weatherproof but not meant to be worn while swimming.

FroliCat Dart

Cat owners will know of the cat’s natural nemesis, the laser dot. The Dart is a fun way to give your furry little kittens a reason to catch some exercise. There are 16 speed settings and combinations, and it can be automatically turned off after 10, 15 or 20 minutes. No more waiting for them to get bored of it first.

If you have pet fish, you know how meticulous you have to be with their habitat.This is a device and app combination that will let you control your aquarium from anywhere you have access to WiFi.The outlet that you would plug your pump and lighting into will go directly into the FishBit controller, and the added device that goes into your aquarium will monitor the pH, salinity and temperature. Through the app, you can select triggers for your equipment that is plugged in and see the state of the tank from afar. Thank Neptune.

Pintofeed is an automatic food dispenser for your pet which is controlled by its app on your iOS, Android or Windows 8 smartphone. The device connects to your home Wi-Fi so you can wirelessly dispense food for your pet whenever you can’t be home to do so. The app is feature-filled and you can even create feeding schedules based on your typical feeding times. Everything made slightly less inconvenient.

Samsung DogHouse

Samsung is famous for their consumer electronics, but this does not mean that the South Korean company is a pushover when it comes to being creative. They have manufactured an architect-designed, futuristic luxury kennel – a must for any of Kim Kardashian’s dogs. It includes different rooms with photo frames, television, treadmill, jacuzzi, and a sunroof.

Price is at £20,000, and you don’t want to see that converted to euro.

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