Doggie Door

Passport Pet Access Smart System
With the Passport door, pets can let themselves in and out—without leaving the house vulnerable. The door opens only when the right quarter-size RFID collar tag passes within one foot. The system can remember settings for multiple pets; for example, it could let a cat in and out multiple times a day, but a dog only once. From $230

Play Partner

FroliCat Dart
The Dart automatic laser toy keeps pets occupied. Animals chase an eye-safe laser through 16 randomized patterns that shine in a 50-foot circle around the toy. Just set the timer for up to 20 minutes and let Fido loose. $35


Rollo Collar
The Rollo Collar is also a leash. A 4.5-foot cord winds into a compartment built into the collar, and magnets hold the handle securely in place. After the leash uncoils, users press a button on the collar to lock the lead at the desired length. $45

Dog Bowl

PetNet Pintofeed
The Wi-Fi–enabled Pintofeed bowl ensures that pets get fed on time. The bowl attaches to a sealed five-pound kibble bin with a motorized dispenser. Through an app, owners can set custom feeding schedules, or they can leave it to the bowl’s algorithms to determine the healthiest dinnertime. $249


Whistle Activity Monitor
Monitoring a dog’s activity can give owners a window into their pet’s health. The 1.5-inch Whistle clips onto the pet’s collar and syncs data from its accelerometer with a smartphone app over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Because changes in activity and sleep patterns can be early indicators of disease, owners can share reports with their vet to spot problems. $100