Top 10 pet-friendly product trends for 2022

I’m pretty sure our pets are enjoying this pandemic way more than us, I mean they can have their hoomans for them almost all the time! And while I love spending time with my own cats, I’m honestly at a loss for ways to keep them entertained and keep them from knocking over an object or two in my house, out of sheer boredom. If you’re in much the same precarious situation as me, then this collection of pet products promises to come to your rescue! From a three-tiered cat tower to a dog leash with a smart tag design that tracks your pet’s emotions – these product designs will take good care of your pet and keep them active and satisfied! You can take a little break while they wrestle with these fun new products!


What can I do to make my bedroom my cat’s favorite place? The Gatrimonial bed frame, made by a company called CatLife, made that dream come true. They make furniture that also makes an adventurous cat dream. At first glance, the bed frame looks like a hollow base with circular inlets in each corner. It provides enough space for your cat to stretch its limbs under your bed. When you lift the mattress, it reveals an elaborate maze to entertain your feline. The frame also features two sections with a splash of tiny paw-sized holes that could be either peepholes or a little trap for unsuspecting paw-punches. Your ankles won’t appreciate it, but your cat will love the hunt.

2. Table tennis

Consist of smart dog collar tracker, leash, charger and hub; PingPong can pick up five different dog sensations and represent the same thing in as many color notifications. These feelings include comfort, joy, stress, loneliness, and fear. Color indications are displayed on the smart chip and leash handle. A yellow colored ball bouncing high and fast displays joy, the rhythmically bouncing blue ball shows comfort, the slow bouncing gray ball is an indicator of loneliness in dogs, stress is shown by the bouncing red ball quickly, while a fanatically bouncing purple ball is a sign of fear!

3. The Renault Pet communication device

It is an electric vehicle that allows pets and their owners to share a space beyond the confines of their home. The designer believes that Gen Z’s drive for individualism and heavy reliance on smart devices will further alienate them in the future when their pet may be the only companion. In this scenario, free time with the cat or dog would be a relief experience. So, this EV design is created to ensure that the owner and pet can get in and out of the vehicle easily. It would have a large WZ-GO style door in the back that would allow the animal to access its space in the back of the vehicle.

4. Invoxia

Announced at CES 2022, the Invoxia smart dog collar, in addition to monitoring vital stats, also doubles as a GPS and activity tracker for your dog and uses Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and LTE-M for connectivity. It can keep a constant eye on the dog’s activity levels such as walking, running, resting, scratching and barking and even provide pet parents with data regarding their dog’s daily routine on the app which accompanies him. For constant heart and respiratory health readings, this smart dog collar features radar sensors. The radar, according to Invoxia, sends out a radio signal which is reflected off the dog’s first layer of skin on the neck.

5. Macaw

Ara is defined by two sets of wraparound ramps that house three levels of cushioned seating areas. Walking through the central aisle, cats find the first level of rest where they can fully enjoy its space. Then, accessible through a central cavity, cats can climb up to the second level where they can perch above the ground, to admire their domestic space. On the second level of the station, cats are covered at all corners with a roof, floor and walls, evoking a sense of privacy. Finally, cats can climb through another central cavity to reach Ara’s highest outdoor level, where cat owners can pet and show their cats some love while they sleep.

6. Three Pole Cat Tower

Originally developed for cats and humans to coexist in the same living spaces without compromising interior design, Three Poles Cat Tower retains the same mid-century style that defined its predecessor and reinforced the overall construction of the house. tower so cats can play without fear of falling. Talking about the redesign of the previous model of Three Poles Cat Tower, Kim notes, “The overall proportion has been carefully redesigned, and the bottom metal base has been reinforced, so that it can be harmonious with the normal type tower while being easier for short-legged cats. use.”



TOMO gives pet gear the upgrade it’s always needed, with a minimalist aesthetic and beautifully crafted designs backed by high-quality materials. Putting on basic checkered collars and harnesses with those delicate carabiners in the rearview mirror, TOMO’s pet gear comes in a beautiful matte black, from leash to collar to harness, and features a clasp made of unique and sturdy metal that is minimal, durable and easy. secure in seconds. All products seem to be part of a wonderful ecosystem (unlike today’s pet equipment where dog leash, collar and tag look different because they were all purchased separately. the product ecosystem strikes a balance between functionality, comfort, and aesthetics, giving pet gear a modern upgrade and making them complement each other when worn together, like a well-designed costume.

8. Solar

Shaped like a sun, Solar is a small but sturdy floating cat bed constructed from pine wood. Similar to their other cat furniture, MyZoo has lined Solar with a slotted resting platform for safe jumping on. Ideal for small spaces, Solar provides a resting place and a jumping platform for your cat and saves space at the same time. Unlike bulky cat towers and stringy scratchers, Solar takes up no floor space and easily mounts to any wall where there’s room. Since cats like heights, MyZoo thought Solar was the best of both worlds: a space saver for cat owners and an ideal resting place for cats.

9. The Two Circle Cat Scratcher

Designed by Jiyoun Kim Studio for Korean pet products brand Milliong, the Two Circles Cat Scratcher is part of Milliong’s Cat Furniture Project. The product includes two circular scrapers made from fabric and birch wood. The scrapers appear to overlap artfully when viewed from the front. The base platform and a ledge above hold the two scratchers together, while creating a comfortable hollow space that makes it the perfect seat for your pet. The platform and ledge are covered in faux fur, making it a really cozy nook for lounging.

10. Float

Float is a flatpack cat tower with built-in scratchers that can be assembled in just a few steps. Rising to four levels, Float is a flat-bed cat tower with built-in features like scratching posts and moveable seat rests. Following a client’s specifications and criteria, Teixeira designed Float to blend into any modern home. Adopting an overall Scandinavian-inspired look, Float achieves a minimalist profile with natural, unstained wood rods and cool gray felt cushions.

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