The Best Dog Cameras with Treat Dispensers

Dog cameras are a great way to interact with your dog when you’re not around and these have the added bonus of treats!

Choosing the right treat-dispensing dog cameras

Do I really need this?

Yes. Come on. Of course you do. You can talk to your dog and give them treats via your mobile phone, no matter where you are. Why would you not want this?

It’s good for nervous, sick or new dogs

We can’t always be at home all the time, so if you have a nervous dog or are introducing a new dog to the house, then dog cameras are great as they have two way audio so you can talk to your dog and hear their response. That’s a great way to settle a dog who is nervous about staying home alone and you can reinforce the encouragement with a tasty treat. If your dog’s ill, then it’s a good way to keep an eye on them.

You can observe potentially negative behaviours

If your dog is trashing your home while you’re out, there’s no use shouting at them when you come home – that will just make them more anxious and potentially more likely to act out in other ways.

But, most dog cameras have motion-activated features which means you can place it and be alerted when there’s movement in a particularly place. Even if you’re just observing, it will give you some insight into your dog’s behaviour while you’re not there, but you can also intervene with the voice chat and a treat.

The Best Dog Cameras with Treat Dispensers

We’ve shortlisted the best cameras that can dispense treats for your dog

Furbo Dog Camera WOPET Dog Camera Aonesy Smart Dog Camera Skymee Dog Camera Treat Dispenser Skymee Owl Robot

Furbo Dog Camera

Furbo Dog Camera

Price: £££ (check)

Camera: 1080p Full HD, 160° wide-angle

Audio: 2 Way Chat

Video: 720p Capture Resolution

1. Furbo Dog Camera

**Highly Recommended**

The Furbo Dog Camera with Treat Dispenser is one of the best models on the market right now. The sleek design boasts a 1080p full HD camera, 160° degree wide angle lens which is positioned looking slightly downwards so you can place the camera higher up, night vision and a two-way chat function. You use the mobile app to interact with your dog and dispense treats from the unit (the direction is slightly different each time to keep your dog interested).

When you buy the Furbo Dog Camera, it comes with a free 30 day subscription to the Furbo Dog Nanny service. This is a really interesting service that would be useful for people who are concerned about leaving their dog home alone.

Features include alerts when the unit detects your dog is barking too much, howling or crying, if an alarm (like a smoke detector) goes off in your home and automated recording of a “Doggie Diary” which includes highlights of your dog’s day! The monthly subscription costs £6.99, but after the free trial you get 3 months at £0.69 per month, so you have plenty of opportunity to test it out.

  1. 4x zoom and two way chat function.
  2. Holds over 100 pieces of dog treats.
  3. Free trial of the Furbo Dog Nanny service.

Our verdict…

While this is one of the most expensive dog cameras on the market, it’s a wonderful gadget and a really useful way to keep an eye on nervous dogs while you’re not at home. The subscription service is also great value and well worth checking out.

WOPET Dog Camera

WOPET Dog Camera

Price: £££ (check)

Camera: 1080p Full HD, 123° wide-angle

Audio: 2 Way Chat

Video: 720p Capture Resolution

2. WOPET Dog Camera

The WOPET Dog Camera with Treat Dispenser comes in at a lower mid-market price, so it’s a great choice for dog owners who are looking for quality but are on a limited budget. The modern design comes with a 1080p full HD camera with 4x zoom, night vision, two way chat and it works with Alexa units. The Alexa integration is pretty cool, as you can use simple voice commands in one room to dispense treats elsewhere.

There’s no subscription option for this dog camera, so it lacks some of the more advanced features of the Furbo Camera, but it does give you everything you need for peace of mind when you’re out for the day. You’ll be able to check in on your canine friend, ensure they’re OK and give them a few treats.

  1. Alexa integration.
  2. 4x zoom and two way chat function.
  3. Great budget dog camera.

Our verdict…

While the WOPET dog camera lacks some of the functionality of other more expensive models, it performs its core function well. If you’re looking for the peace of mind that comes from checking in on your dog while you’re out, you can’t go wrong with this.

Aonesy Smart Dog Camera

Aonesy Smart Dog Camera

Price: ££ (check)

Camera: 1080p Full HD, 160° wide-angle

Audio: 2 Way Chat

3. Aonesy Smart Dog Camera

The Aonesy Smart Dog Camera is a great budget camera with treat dispenser. Despite coming in at a significantly lower cost than others in this guide, it still boasts a 1080p full HD, 160° wide angle camera with night vision, two way chat and Alexa integration in a unit that can store up to 2lbs of treats for your dog.

The dispenser will serve a random selection of treats with each trigger (depending on the size of the treats), which makes it a bit more interesting for your dog. But don’t worry about them trying to get more treats from the unit – it’s build from highly-durable, food-safe materials.

  1. Alexa integration.
  2. 4x zoom and two way chat function.
  3. Great budget dog camera.

Our verdict…

This dog camera is just a good deal – low cost and robust, it will give you the peace of mind when leaving your dog home alone and won’t break the bank in the process.

Skymee Dog Camera Treat Dispenser

Skymee Dog Camera Treat Dispenser

Price: £££ (check)

Camera: 1080p Full HD, 130° wide-angle

Audio: 2 Way Chat

4. Skymee Dog Camera Treat Dispenser

Another really sleek product, the Skymee Dog Camera with Treat Dispenser comes with a 1080p full HD camera with a 130° wide angle lens, night vision, Alexa integration and motion detection. The motion detection feature is pretty cool, as it will send a push notification to the app when movement is detected.

This model is mid-range priced and really popular. There’s no subscription cost, so the unit is a one-off purchase and does everything you need it to.

The dispenser on the model is more energetic than other models, which is great for younger or more active dogs as they’ll have a bit of a challenge catching their treats.

  1. 4x zoom and two way chat function.
  2. Powerful treat launcher (great for energetic pets).
  3. Great mid-market camera option.

Our verdict…

This is a great choice for dog owners who need some remote interaction with their dogs. The higher price does reflect the quality of the unit and the motion detection feature is a great addition.

Skymee Owl Robot

Skymee Owl Robot

Price: £££ (check)

Camera: 1080p Full HD, 360° rotation

Audio: 2 Way Chat

5. Skymee Owl Robot

OK, a bit of a curve ball here – rather than being a stationary unit, the Skymee Owl Robot is a remote controlled, movable dog camera and treat dispenser! This is great for dog owners who want a bit more interaction with their dogs, whether they are at home or not. The model comes with a 1080p full HD camera which has two way chat and night vision. 

You control the robot via a mobile app or set it to automatically interact with your dog while you’re not at home. The infra-red sensors will detect the presence of your dog and trigger a series of preset actions. When at home, the robot will be connected to your Wifi, but you can also use it elsewhere – it will connect to the public hotspot so you can still use it’s features.

This is a lovely little gadget that will be loved by dogs and their humans. It’s a lot of fun whether your at home or controlling it remotely and your dog will love playing with it.

  1. Remote control robot!
  2. 4x zoom and two way chat function.
  3. Interacts with your dog’s behaviour.

Our verdict…

While this is priced at the higher end of the market, the remote control and automated interaction features means it’s a great purchase for dog owners. It has all the functionality of a regular dog camera, but much more fun!

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