We know it’s not a living, breathing creature, but we found the wobbly antics of Delta Hack’s low-tech robotic “dog” stumbling across various obstacles to be adorable. We couldn’t stop rooting for the little guy as it flopped and fumbled its way through the course.
The Trail Runner belt keeps your pet on a leash while leaving your hands free. It also has a load-dispersing compartment to keep your essentials without having them bounce around. It comes with a shock-absorbing leash, but there’s also a belt-only variant.
(PG-13: Language) You might recognize Charlie White’s voice as that of snarky game reviewer Cr1TiKaL. In this clip, Charlie shares one of the benefits of Toys ‘R’ Us going out of business – the 5,400 or so bargain-priced plastic balls he was able to give his dog as a gift.
(PG-13: Language) Maxine is an adorable little corgi. She doesn’t ask for much in life either – a walk, some pets, and the occasional bowl of her favorite snack food. But she’s not all cuddles and hugs, as we learn from the punchline of Uncorked Productions‘ silly short film.
Ruffwear’s Knot-a-Hitch is for dog owners who love to bring their pet outdoors. It uses climbing gear components to set up a rope where you can clip your dog’s leash, allowing it to roam while still tied. It can be set up on one tree or between two trees.
When your dog sits there and stares at the TV, do they see the same thing we do? According to this clip from SciShow, your pup’s probably sees something more like a flipbook in shades of yellow and green. Though they might actually enjoy the soap opera effect more than humans.
Buoyant and secure, the Ruffwear Float Coat offers superior water safety for your best friend. This canine flotation device helps keep dogs comfortable in the water and has a convenient handle so you can lift them back into the kayak or onto the board with ease. It’s reflective too.
Tearribles are dog toys that your dogs can tear apart over and over again. Their limbs and tails or eyes are attached to the body via hook and loop strips, so you can easily put them back together. They’re made of tough plush and mesh to resist holes and tears.
Ever wonder how these awesome animals went from wild wolves to docile house pets? The Atlantic looks at a fascinating recent theory that dogs were domesticated not once, but twice, in different parts of the globe, then came together as their masters migrated across the globe.
These bespectacled bulldogs not only look cool, but they sound awesome too. The 12″ tall Aerobull XS1 a pair of 1.2″ mids and a 2.5″ subwoofer, while his big dog brother the 26″ tall AeroBull HD rocks two 2″ full-range drivers, a 5.25″ sub, and a bone-shaped remote.