Doggie Treadmill, Pet Video Camera Among New Pet Products From This Year's Global Pet Expo

Dr. Becker reviews the best new pet products from this year's Global Pet Expo.

ByABC News via logo
March 22, 2011, 7:22 PM

March 23, 2011 — -- More than 800 exhibitors came to the Global Pet Expo, and thousands of new pet products were introduced.

Veterinarian Marty Becker visited "Good Morning America" to discuss the products that were his favorites. Take a look below.

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Designed by DOGTEK, this small video camera fits on your pet's leash. The camera measures about 3 inches, weighs a little more than an ounce, and allows two hours of play back. It offers a collar's eye view of your pet's activities. Use it to see what they're doing when you're not around.

Cost: $129.

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One out of every three pets goes missing at some point in their lives. Smart Tag -- by -- is an emergency system that takes the average pet ID – or even and implanted chip – and retains it in a database complete with your telephone number and your pet's picture. If your pal goes missing, call the 24-hour toll-free number and the operator will broadcast your pet's code and Smart Tag information to local shelters, rescue groups and vets in a 50-mile radius.

Cost: Tags cost $10; service is $9.95 per year.

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This product from Hagen Catit got Marty Becker's vote for Best In Show. The food maze engages cats' wild side, putting them on the hunt for their food. The maze has side cut-outs, a food tray and a rotating disk, all of which stimulate the cats, mentally and physically. You can add extra modules to keep your cat interested.

Cost: $16.99

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