Wagz CEO and founder, Terry Anderton, creator of Wagz Freedom Smart Dog Collar and the Kognition™ platform, saw pet possibilities in the wake of his childrens’ heartbreak over a runaway puppy.
In the category of anxious dogs, there are pacers, barkers, paw-nibblers, yawners, and howlers. If you’ve found this post, chances are you’ve either got one, or you’ve been in contact with one.
When noticing signs of stress or anxiety in your dog, your natural inclination as a pet parent is to want to help. But maybe you’re not exactly sure of what to do.
In a culture where productivity is valued and you’re encouraged to constantly be doing or planning something, it’s no wonder you might look over at your favorite flopped-out fur-pile on the floor next to you and wonder
Now that your Wagz Freedom Smart Dog Collar has arrived, you’re raring to go, and this guide will get you where you need to be. Because no two dogs are alike, there is no specific “one size fits all” way to train a dog.
Considering adding a four-legged family member to your brood? Once you answer the question of, “Should we get a dog?”, the runner-up tends to be, “What kind?”
Being able to track your dog’s whereabouts—while also having the peace of mind that he can mill about on his own terms—is a gift to both dog and pet parent alike.
With nearly half of U.S. dogs diagnosed as overweight, there’s plenty you can do to help your buddy get back to his youthful state, and the approach is thankfully pretty painless.
Chatty Cathy on your hands? Relentless Roscoe? Some dog breeds are more vocal than others, and maybe you know this firsthand. While you encourage your dog to express himself freely, constant barking can be a nuisance to owners and neighbors alike.
A smart dog collar is an activity tracker that does for you and your dog what an activity tracker does for a human—but also so much more.