If you’re a parent with kids that won’t stop nagging you about getting a dog, buying them a Robotic dog is probably the perfect solution. Here are some of the best robot dog toys in the market.
Being a dog owner myself, I can understand why parents don’t want to cave in to the pressure from the kids to get a dog: Until they get to a certain age, the responsibility of feeding it, walks and overall taking care of it, will fall on your shoulders, and it’s a heavy burden to bear, although I do think if it’s worth it.
But if you still decided against getting a dog, there are some incredible robot dog replacements just waiting to be “adopted” to their forever home. Excellent voice and gesture recognition, a wide variety of voice command understanding, and constantly improved agility and motion, making today’s robot dogs the perfect placebo pet for kids who just won’t take no for an answer.
Robot Dog Zoomer: The Interactive Puppy
The best thing about Zoomer, the interactive puppy? He’s a tri-lingual robot dog, responding to commands in English, Spanish and French.
Georgie the Robot Dog: An Interactive Plush Electronic Puppy
A super cute, bandana-wearing robot dog, Georgie has different sets of adorable behavior modes, including tug-o-war, dancing and many more. The Georgie robot dog set includes a rope toy, bandana and puppy training guide.
Robot Dog Zoomer Interactive Puppy: Shadow
When Zoomer was made, he also got a best friend, Shadow! He’s pretty much the same robot dog Zoomer is, with the same capabilities, but looks a bit different.
Paw Patrol Action Pack Pup: Robo Dog
The Paw Patrol series is filled with adorable Robot dogs. There’s Robo Dog, their most popular model, but the line includes Chase, EMT Dog, Everst, Rocky, Rubble, Ryder, Skye, and Zuma.
SaintSmart Jr. Electronic RC Smart Dog: A Wireless Interactive Puppy
One of the more sophisticated Robot Dogs on the market, the SaintSmart wireless puppy works on a 2.4 GHz radio remote control, and shows realistic movement and a variety of emotions, all with exceptional agility, granting it greater physical performance abilities.
Jenx the Robot Dog: Voice Recognition Interactive Puppy
Jenx is one of the more intelligent robot dogs you’ll encounter, with excellent voice recognition, and also very high-quality gesture sensing. The eyes changing color based on mood isn’t something exclusive to Jenx, but the Jenx group managed to make it work even better with this robot dog than others have with their products.
Zoomer Robot Dogs Series – Bentley Interactive Puppy
Turns out Zoomer the Robot dog has a lot of friends. If you want your kid to have the same robot three or four different times with slight variations and a made-up story about how they’re best friends, Bentley is the dog for you.
Wishtime Intelligent Robot Toy Dog
Some robot dog toys look like robots. Others simply look like really cute dogs, like the Wishtime Robot Dog toy. It can do quite a lot, including sing and dance, with the chasing function probably the one that will provide the most fun to your kids.
IHOVEN Voice Control Robot Dog
The IHOVEN robot dog does a great job of acting as close as possible to a real dog, following the sound of your voice and reacting to it. There are up to 15 voice commands it understands, along with the LED eyes that change colors based on its mood. It’s not too different from most robotic looking dogs, it’s only better than most. Liked our best dog toys list? If so, check out these geeky ugly Christmas sweaters for dogs, and also these great pet beds for your dog or cat.