Products for the Pet Who Has Everything

ByABC News via logo
December 27, 2004, 2:05 PM

Dec. 28, 2004 -- -- Did your pet get everything he or she wanted this holiday season? If you're still looking for something that will improve your favorite dog or cat's life, Veterinarian Dr. Marty showed off the following unique products on ABC News' "Good Morning America."

Jog-A-Dog: This treadmill for dogs reduces their risk of injury, develops muscle strength, stamina and prevents obesity by providing exercise in all weather conditions, according to Becker. Find out more at or call 1-800-756-4364. Large, medium and small treadmills range from $1,095 to $1,695. The dog who appeared on the treadmill during "Good Morning America" is from The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in New York. His name is Godzilla, and he is a boxer mix. To find out more about the importance of exercise for your pet, go to

Product: K9 Top Coat: These lycra body suits for dogs are functional, comfortable, fashionable and they are a good replacement for awkward-fitting dog sweaters, according to Becker. To find out more, go to or call 1-888-833-5959. Sizes range from 0-12 and prices range from $58.50 to $77.50.

Doggles: This manufacturer of protective eyewear for dogs is trying out a line of canine corrective lenses for dogs that can't see far beyond the end of their noses. Doggles also offers protective eyeglasses for use in the car or on windy walks. Find out more at or call 1-866-364-4537 Sizes range from XS-XL and prices range from $9.99 to $24.95.

Product: Hid'n Litter: This product offers an attractive solution to kitty litter boxes in high-traffic areas of your home, according to Becker. The cat box is essentially hidden in what seems to be a houseplant. Find out more at or call 800-884-1917. There are 30 different models available and they range in price from $84.95 to $189.95. The cat used in the Hid'n Litter segment is named Gillian. The cat is also from the ASPCA in New York and looking for a good home

For information on how to adopt animals from the ASPCA in your area, go to

Dr. Marty Becker is a veterinarian, author, educator and a regular guest on ABC News' "Good Morning America."