If the short days and freezing temperatures have left you feeling a little low, you’re not alone. Each year, approximatey 5 percent of people suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression triggered by a change in seasons that can throw off levels of hormones including serotonin, a feel-good brain chemical, and melatonin, which helps regulate sleep.
It was only a matter of time before the whole Fit-Bit-driven let-me-track-every-move-I-make was adopted by the canine community. But it’s even gone beyond that, with new cutting-edge wearable technology for pups that helps humans not just record their activity, sleep—even their social life—but improve it too. Check out what these gadgets can do for your dog:
They don’t call it the dog days of summer for nothin’, right? It’s prime time to skip town with your pup—though you obviously want to take them someplace they'll be not just welcomed but treated like, well, humans. We rounded up some of our current favorites for summer, 2016. Bone voyage.
Hotel Van Zandt in Austin, Texas