Tech for your pets

You have all of the best gadgets on the block, so why shouldn't your pet be equally tech-savvy? We've rounded up the coolest and weirdest innovations in technology for pets, from the useful to the absurd.

Zoombak Advanced GPS Dog Locator

Have an overly energetic pup that bolts as soon you open the door? Keep your sanity and invest in a Zoombak Advanced GPS Dog Locator. The lightweight (2.5 ounces) and water-resistant device uses satellite and cellular technologies to help you find your dog and bring it home safely if it runs away or is abducted. You can pinpoint your dog's location via, on a mobile phone, or through the company's customer-care centre. Additionally, you can monitor your sprightly pet's location in real time with Zoombak's continuous-tracking option: Simply log on to the Zoombak Web site and set up and activate customized safety zones. If your dog leaves a designated safety zone, you will be alerted immediately by text or e-mail.
Unfortunately, small-dog enthusiasts and cat owners are excluded from this product; Zoombak Advanced GPS Dog Locater is recommended for dogs weighing 15 pounds and up. It costs $200 and is available at electronics stores or online.

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