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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Allie Robino
A holiday present for Fido or Fluffy used to be an extra table scrap or a new squeaky toy. But as with gifts for their human counterparts, pet presents are becoming increasingly high-tech ones.
A holiday present for Fido or Fluffy used to be an extra table scrap or a new squeeze toy. But as with gifts for their human counterparts, pet presents are becoming increasingly high-tech.
"A lot of these kinds of things end up being more complicated than the company promises, but this was supereasy to use and the finished product looked great. Believe me, if it were possible to mess up, I would have messed up. I'm batting zero on Pinterest," she said, referring to the photo-sharing website.
Ms. Robino said it was the only time she has bought a gift for a pet that requires electricity, figuring that would put Bentley in a rarefied group of animals with high-tech presents.