Five cool gadgets to help with training your pet

Training is one of the fundamentals of pet care. Affection and exercise are essential elements to raising a happy and healthy pet, but pawrents shouldn’t overlook their fur babies’ discipline.

Pet training can help prevent your pet’s bad behavior and ensure their safety. Training your pup or kitty will be a huge part of your interaction with them and a great opportunity for you to bond. Also, a well-behaved pup or kitty is simply a joy to be around.

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Training a pet can be challenging and time-consuming. But these days technology exists to make the task a little bit easier. Here are some tech tools that can help you.

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Petcube Bites | SureFeed Microchip Pet Feeder | PetChatz | PetReMote | Petnet SmartFeeder

Petcube Bites

This smart treat camera with a built-in treat dispenser will help you stay connected to your pets while you are away. It contains a wide-angle 1080p HD camera, a microphone and speaker and night vision. You can watch, chat, and interact with your pet remotely, all through your phone.

Apart from monitoring and entertainment, Petcube Bites pet camera allows you to prevent bad behaviour from your pet and reward them for their good habits. Whether your cat broke a vase or your pup is barking, you will get a notification triggered by a built-in motion or sound sensor. You can go online immediately to stop or calm your pet and fling a treat.


SureFeed Microchip Pet Feeder

This clever feeder is activated to open by your pet’s microchip. It’s designed to alleviate the problems of food theft in multi-pet households, preventing overeating or ensuring that a prescription diet is consumed by the correct pet.

The lid will only open for the right chip and it’s programmed by one simple button. Keep in mind that it might take a few days for your pet to get used to it, so persist.



You are sitting in your office missing your beloved pet. PetChaz HD is here to help with two-way communication and “silent mode” monitoring of your pup or kitty and making sure they are behaving. It does not matter where in the world you are, your pet will see your face on the full-color LED display.

The gadget attaches securely to your wall with no corners, edges or cords to chew. Click the Treat Button when your dog or cat deserves a reward.

After a few minutes of training, your pet will love it. It works best if your cat or dog is motivated by treats but you can use it just as a camera as well.


Pet ReMote

Pet ReMote is a wearable mobile training device that allows you to train your pet from your smartphone. The small device attaches to your pet’s collar and you are able to control the device from a smartphone app. This is a no-shock collar, so no need to worry about hurting your dog.

You can choose whether to use vibration and/or acoustic signals to tell your pet whether it’s doing something right or wrong. Your dog learns the signal and reacts to it. The default setting offers the commands “sit”, “down” and “come” but you can program in your own.


Petnet SmartFeeder

Obesity can affect all types of pets and impair their quality of life. In fact, fat cats and dogs are expected to outstrip healthy ones within five years.

Petnet trains owners instead of pets. It trains them to feed their pets properly. The SmartFeeder measures portions based on your cat’s or dog’s age, weight, and level of activity, so you can put an end to overfeeding. It also lets you set automatic feeding times and programs to make your life easier.

But the gadget goes further. It helps ensure your pet is eating nutritionally ideal food. It will even monitor how much food supply you have left, and deliver more right to your doorstep when it detects you are running low.


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Rachel Youens

Rachel is a professional cat lady who has turned her love of pets into a job and loves to talk about sassy cat style.

Writes for Petcube.

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