Harness Technology to Monitor Your Dog’s Health

31st July, 2014
Pet owners are now more than ever focused on keeping their pets healthy and happy. People with dogs in their lives are investing in premium foods, doggy health insurance, regular daycare and grooming, and everything else they can think of to extend the life of their pups and to keep them in prime physical shape. The latest innovation? New gadgets that can let you know exactly what your dog is up to and possibly help you spot creeping health issues before they get serious. Fitness trackers are nothing new for health-obsessed humans. We use trackers to monitor the steps we take, our heart rate during exercise, and all sorts of other fitness minutia. But fitness trackers are becoming increasingly popular for dogs, as well. These trackers allow you to get an idea of what your dog is up to when you’re not around — for example, does your dog run a few miles in the backyard every day while you’re at work? The real advantage is in the trends the gadgets highlight. If your dog is normally very active from week to week but suddenly starts to show decreased activity, it could be a sign of a health problem. Since dogs can’t directly tell you what they’re feeling, a fitness tracker might alert you to pain or illness before the dog’s symptoms become obvious enough to notice. As for whether these devices will truly take off into mainstream success, we’ll just have to wait and see how dog owners feel.   Harness Technology to Monitor Your Dog’s Health обновлено: January 25, 2017 автором: admin_1

Harness Technology to Monitor Your Dog’s HealthPet owners are now more than ever focused on keeping their pets healthy and happy. People with dogs in their lives are investing in premium foods, doggy health insurance, regular daycare and grooming, and everything else they can think of to extend the life of their pups and to keep them in prime physical shape. The latest innovation? New gadgets that can let you know exactly what your dog is up to and possibly help you spot creeping health issues before they get serious.

Fitness trackers are nothing new for health-obsessed humans. We use trackers to monitor the steps we take, our heart rate during exercise, and all sorts of other fitness minutia. But fitness trackers are becoming increasingly popular for dogs, as well. These trackers allow you to get an idea of what your dog is up to when you’re not around — for example, does your dog run a few miles in the backyard every day while you’re at work?

The real advantage is in the trends the gadgets highlight. If your dog is normally very active from week to week but suddenly starts to show decreased activity, it could be a sign of a health problem. Since dogs can’t directly tell you what they’re feeling, a fitness tracker might alert you to pain or illness before the dog’s symptoms become obvious enough to notice. As for whether these devices will truly take off into mainstream success, we’ll just have to wait and see how dog owners feel.

 

Harness Technology to Monitor Your Dog’s Health обновлено: January 25, 2017 автором: admin_1
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