Sit. Stay. Tweet. 7 Ways to Hook Your Dog Up to the Web

By Mark Milian - 2013-12-03T18:21:18Z

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Technically, these aren't connected devices, but being able to see what your pet sees can be a lot of fun. Dogtek's $99 Eyenimal camera clips to a collar and records video that can be uploaded to the Web. National Geographic Pet's Eye View Camera costs $36 and takes still pictures that owners can post to Instagram, which has proven to be a popular network for dogs. (You can follow my French Bulldog, @goronsf.)

Sony makes special canine harnesses for its Action Cams, and Woodman Labs has been advertising dog-related applications for GoPro cameras in prime-time television commercials.

Thanks to the latest in technology, every dog will have its day.

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