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Pet-Friendly Tech Gifts
$250 for the dog attachment
We know what you’re thinking – why ride a bike when you have an energetic furry friend to pull you along? The dog-powered scooter, bike, trike and skateboard system lets you harness your pooch’s power, and you don’t even have to shout "mush." The makers say this is the first dog-pulled device that puts the dog behind a steering wheel, so you maintain control of the vehicle. What if you’ve got a pack? No problem – you can purchase attachments for up to four dogs to haul you around town. Remember, it doesn’t matter how silly you look as long as you have fun.
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    Anonymous , December 1, 2008 12:55 PM
    N.. N... Neuticles!

    Now I know what to send my brother for Christmas.
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    JerseyBricklayer , December 3, 2008 1:34 AM
    Am I the only one that thought it said 'Pot-Friendly Tech Gifts'?
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    hellwig , December 3, 2008 8:11 PM
    Hamster obesity epidemic, lol. Turn off the TV and stop feeding them those "yogurt treats".

    Imagine being the poor cat that gets left inside with that electronic door. Every time it sees another cat go through it's going to try, and get rejected. Talk about emotional problems.
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    Anonymous , March 16, 2009 5:04 PM
    After installing the door it won't work. I called for support and they said you have to get the disk within less than one inch from the door to trigger the release. That is a physiological impossibly. It would require that the cat take the disk with his paw and put it within one inch of the door. Unfortunately he has no thumbs. Can anyone help?
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    andryalaurence , August 10, 2012 6:04 AM
    I agree with JerseyBricklayer
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