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WhistleGPS Dog Monitor

Dogs enjoy roaming around. They also tend to be rather precious to their owners, which is why we're hesitant to let them off the leash. With the WhistleGPS Dog Monitor, you won't have to worry (as much). This small weatherproof monitor uses GPS and Sub-GHz cellular technology to keep tabs on your pooch, periodically syncing its location with Whistle's servers or letting you locate them on demand. Using the app, you can see where they are and where they've been, all for just $5 a month — which is a pretty small price to pay for added piece of mind.

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    Biorb Flow Aquarium

    When you want to add an attractive water element to your desk, the Biorb Flow Aquarium ($130) is the right place to start. It includes everything you need for a working aquarium, just supply some living things — they suggest small fish or shrimp — and water. Its small profile (only 15 inches by 10 inches) won't dominate all the space in your cubicle, making it perfectly-suited for work. Acrylic construction is ten times stronger than glass, so you don't have to worry too much about your overzealous cleaning crew. It also only uses 12 volts of power, so you won't break the bank keeping the filter running.

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    Garmin Astro Dog Tracking System

    Anyone who hunts with dogs knows how helpful they can be — and what a pain it can be to keep track of them. The Garmin Astro Dog Tracking System ($530) lets you track up to ten sporting dogs at once, with the convenience of a customizable GPS device. It has a range of up to nine miles, thanks to a steel VHF antenna. The top-mounted GPS/GLONASS receiver gives it excellent location performance. Bark detection lets you know when your dog has spotted something, even if he's out of range. A rescue mode helps preserve battery for a longer period of time, in case you and your dog get separated.