STAMFORD, Connecticut (PRWEB) — As the back to school season approaches, pets might be feeling a little lonely in a quieter household, but the American Pet Products Association (APPA) is excited to announce they have solutions for pets who are at home alone during the day.
According to the APPA 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey, over a third of pet owners have children under 18, and over half of cat and dog owners keep their pets inside during the day. With less people to play with during the day, pets will need an alternative solution to get stimulation.
Below are four products manufactured by APPA members to help pets stay active even when they are alone at home.
Interactive Dog Toy:
The Ricochet Electronic Dog Toy by PetSafe® gives dogs a new type of challenging toy. As dogs play with one of the interactive paired toys, a fun and exciting squeak sound is heard from the other toy. The toys have a range of up to 30 feet. It will automatically turn off after 60 minutes of non-interaction to conserve the battery life.
Mice cat toy for feeding and hunting:
Cats can use their hunting instincts with the Indoor Hunting Feeder by Doc & Phoebe. With this veterinary innovation, cat parents simply fill three mice and hide them around the house morning and night. The product has helped cat parents solve night waking, obesity, urinating outside of the litter box, aggression, destruction and boredom.
Extreme weather pet door:
Designer Series Ruff Weather Pet Door by Ideal Pet Products gives pets the freedom to roam inside or outside during the day. Pets can enjoy the outdoors during the day and come inside for an afternoon nap. Available in multiple sizes.
Price: Starts at $92.99
Calming collar for dogs and cats:
Some pets don’t love to be alone but now they don’t have to feel like it with My Pet My Scent. My Pet My Scent combines the calming effects of 100 percent Organic Hemp Oil with the comforting effects of 100 percent organic human scent. Pet owners just insert a hemp oil tablet and their scent into a disc that is attached to their pet’s collar.
APPA is a trade association serving the interests of the pet products industry since 1958. APPA membership includes more than 1,300 pet product manufacturers, their representatives, importers and livestock suppliers representing both large corporations and growing business enterprises.
APPA’s mission is to promote, develop and advance pet ownership and the pet product industry, and to provide the services necessary to help its members prosper. APPA is also proud to grow and support the industry through the following initiatives: Pets Add Life (PAL), Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) Pets and Vets Program, the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI), The Pet Leadership Council (PLC), the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC), Bird Enjoyment and Advantage Koalition (BEAK), and the Pet Care Trust.
Visit http://www.americanpetproducts.org for more information.