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We don’t know about you, but watching Team USA dominate the Winter Olympic Games has us itching to be more active. Unfortunately, you can’t take a cat ice skating or a dog down a halfpipe. Luckily, there’s a huge variety of great pet games on the market. Check out these awesome games you can play with your four-legged best friend. We’ve included links so a portion of your purchase goes back to Found Animals so we can save more cats and dogs!
The advent of Bluetooth is a glorious thing for busy pet owners. And PetCube has really revolutionized high-tech pet toys and we’re totally obsessed. We’re partnered with PetCube because it will seriously change your life. This camera, laser pointer and treat dispenser hybrid really does it all – and you don’t have to be home with your fur-friend to join in the fun.
PetCube is basically a two-way nanny cam for your dog or cat. You can keep track of their comings and goings and even talk to them. There are more perks: You can schedule when PetCube dispenses treats or you can set up a fixed schedule. You can control the flinging distance and treat portions. PetCube also has sound and motion detection, as well as awake, quiet and sleep modes. Get it here.
Low-tech doesn’t have to be boring. It’s super easy to entertain your dog without a power cord or batteries. Trixie Pet has a complete line of puzzles to make feeding time a blast or simply alleviate boredom when you’re not home. You can find the perfect puzzle here.
Playing frisbee with your pooch is a classic for many reasons: It’s inexpensive and you can do it practically anywhere you have enough space. However, many frisbees simply can’t hold up to powerful chewers. Kong is famous for their durable chew toys. This frisbee is made of ultra-tough rubbing to withstand even the most hardcore of pups. Buy it here.
Take a basic game of fetch up a notch with this automatic ball thrower. Do you have a bad shoulder or are you just feeling lazy? Then this toy is a must. It throws balls for you and the tennis balls are on the smaller size which is great for little dogs. Find it here.
Boots & Barkley had our feline friends in mind when they designed this cat toy. It’s sound-and touch-activated, and will come alive with a meow or push of a paw. You can buy it here.
What games do you love to play with your pet? Which games keep your dog or cat occupied the longest? Have you tried any of these products? We’d love to hear from you! Like us on Facebook and leave us a comment!