With the fitbit and other fitness trackers like these, we have become accustomed to tracking our steps, our sleep, our eating habits, etc.  Then, some geniuses put technology/lifestyle/trends/fitness with our love of animals, and you have Fitbark.  I wish I thought of it.

I have to say, this could motivate me to be even more active.  And you may wonder, why would it matter the amount of steps a dog might take?  Well think about Vet visits (their activity levels) and I would do it just out of curiosity to see what my dog is up to during the day when I’m at work.

Let’s say, next challenge – who steps more, you or your dog?



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