If you're a fitness freak, like tracking your sleep cycles, or just enjoy having minute-by-minute updates on your activity levels, you probably have a fitbit or similar activity tracker or smartwatch. But if you've got a furry friend that likes to run with you or chill on the couch with you, wouldn't it be nice to know how their activity level compares?

Now, that's possible with the product "FitBark," an activity tracker for man's best friend. The small tracker fits on your dog's collar and keeps track of activity and sleep, keep an eye on medical issues, as well as synchronizes with your own activity tracker so you can compare with your dog.

Set goals with your dog too and you can show the information from the tracker to your veterinarian for even more information to keep your dog healthy and happy for years to come.

So my question is: What would your pet's app say about their activity level? Seger the Radio Station Dog would probably have a "Cuddly couch potato that likes to hike" rating.