In recent years, a number of companies have begun moving away from traditional television remote controls, allowing users to control their equipment with their smartphones and mobile devices instead. While some people have likely found this to be convenient, many others have found it to be inconvenient; after all, when these devices are used for so many different things, can you really blame a family member when they wander away with the tablet in the middle of a show, leaving you unable to change the channel? Now, one company seems to have adapted their system, allowing customers to use normal TV remote controls.
Since its introduction, one of the biggest issues with Google’s Chromecast is that it could only be controlled with a phone, tablet or laptop. However, the latest firmware update for the s
Many dog owners go through several TV remote replacements while trying to get their dog to stop eating them. Replacement remotes don’t cost that much, but programming a remote over and over can get tedious, and obviously most pet owners would prefer to avoid that hassle altogether.
But before you can get your dog to stop viewing television remote controls as chewtoys, you need to get to the bottom of what makes them chew in the first place.
Most dogs are born with a natural tendency to chew. They may consider it an enjoyable way to pass their time. Dogs often think of activities as a path to a reward, and when they chew on something, they’re performing an activ