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Review: Bissell CrossWave PetPro Multi-Surface Cleaner streamlines everyday cleaning for pet owners

By Sonya Davidson

If you asked me anytime before this spring about all the pet gadgets and household items out in the market, I would have completely laughed and thought “boy, these pet owners are suckers and will buy anything.” I would question every product and ask “really, is that even necessary?” But then it happened. We caved. Our family decided to add a little furry friend into our home. Visions of snuggling up to a 10-week old corgi was going to be a reality. We fell in love with a litter of pups and tossed every logical notion aside. Corgis are not too common in our neighbourhood full of designer non-shedding, hypo-allergenic dogs. But we like to be a little different and we all agreed that it's just dog hair. How bad could it be? We could deal with it. Plus we chose one that had black with some white fur that, in my mind, wouldn't be so terrible given that I wear a lot of black. The blonde corgi hair would be more noticeable. I had convinced myself that we would be totally fine. 

Then little Harley settled into our family and yes, he's a shedder.  I found myself vacuuming twice a day. Then I had the urge to wash the floors pretty much every day thanks to puppy teething/drooling and him just being a puppy and slobbering. It was also spring when he came which meant bringing in his wet puppy paws often. I was very aware of "that" wet puppy dog smell. I'm not even sure I'm completely use to that smell yet and he's now seven months old.

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Google Photos showing your pets some love

Looks like Google is adding one more fun feature to its Photos app. Some users have spotted a new subject its auto-generated video covers: your pet. The app has been automatically generating videos or photo collages/slides based on certain events or places. Now, it seems to be adding dogs and cats to that mix. Although Google hasn’t officially announced anything yet, one Reddit user _mars_ stumbled on a Google Photos notification on his phone that said “Check out Doggie Movie.” The photo service basically compiled a bunch of photos of his dog and combined that with “The Blue Danube Waltz” with either dogs barking or cats meowing, depending on whether it’s a dog or a cat.

Source: Phone Arena


Watch over your pet with the Furbo pet camera

You can’t be with your pet all the time so for those instances you need either a pet sitter or technology on your side. Furbo is a pet camera that does more than just show you a live feed of your pets. The app allow for two-way chat and video so your pet can also see you and listen to them respond to you. The camera can take photos and videos of your beloved pets and share these with loved ones. The HD camera even has night vision so you can see what your pet is up to in the dark. Furbo can even dispense treats and let you play fetch with your dog. If your pet suddenly makes noise, the pet camera can also send you “barking alerts” through notifications.


Play with your pet even remotely with Acer’s new pet cam

Acer subsidiary Pawbo outs a new pet cam at IFA that lets you play with your furry little creatures even when you’re not at home. The Pawbo+ has a laser pointer to let you play with your cat and it dispenses treats as well. The footage it takes can be live streamed to you and seven other users. It will eventually be paired with accessories, such as a whack-a-mole game called Pawbo Punch and Pawbo Catch. If you want to catch your pets being silly, the videos taken can be stored on either Dropbox or Google Drive and photos can be saved locally on your phones. The camera will retail for US$169 (approx. $220 CAD) starting November.

Source: The Verge