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pet wearables


Wearables are incredibly popular right now—not only for people, but also for pets. With recent statistics revealing there are 83.3 million dogs living in the United States, the market seems ripe for yuppy pet owners to become customers of the new gadgets and wearables for their furry babies.

We’ve dug up some of the most interesting pet wearables for you to peruse.

Note: these seem to be aimed at the dog market only… because we all know that cats would not go for this sort of thing.


Cost: $99

An on-collar device that measures your dog’s activities including walks, play, and rest, giving you a new perspective on day-to-day behavior and long-term health trends. Whistle provides pet parents a central communication hub for your dog, filled with actionable information to better understand your dog’s health, behavior, and well-being.


Cost: $99

FitBark is a tiny, comfortable and wearable bone-shaped device for dogs to help foster an active lifestyle and guide owners through the amazing journey of pet parenting. The mobile app allows owners to check up on their dogs as often as they like (even when at work) so that they’ll know when to take action to keep their dogs healthy and happy.

GoPro Fetch Harness

Cost: $60

Mount your GoPro to your dog to capture the world from his point of view. This harness features two mounting locations for a variety of perspectives: the chest, for bone-chewing, digging and front-paw action, and the back, for over-the-head shots of running, jumping, fetch and more. Made of washable, water-friendly material, your dog can swim, play and get dirty without a worry. Soft, padded construction keeps your pet comfortable. Fully adjustable to fit small, medium and large breed dogs from 15 to 120 lbs (7 to 54 kg). Chest mount is removable for smaller-sized dogs.

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