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Pets turn party animals for their own good

We wave these impossibly neon glowsticks at parties and concerts. No reason why our pets can’t get in on the fun as well. It’s for their own good, too: the Glowdoggie LED collar lets them be seen and minimises their chances of ending up as roadkill at night or in bad weather.

Unlike the usual glowsticks that spark light by chemical reactions between phenyl oxalate ester and hydrogen peroxide, the LED collars are battery-powered and come with energy-saving motion sensor chips that automatically turn the light on and off. We also spotted pet ‘staches and duck lips elsewhere on the Woof Proofed site. Get at them.

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Low Lai Chow travels light and is working on exercising demons from her past. Find out more about her at lowlaichow.com.

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