<span>If you think that CES 2016 has "gone to the dogs", you may be right. Bet you didn't know that in 2015, more than 50 million households owned at least one dog and 40 million owned at least one cat. Now more than ever, owners are spending more money per pet because they see their furry friends as more than just a pet. Thanks to modern pet technology,...</span>
If you think that CES 2016 has "gone to the dogs", you may be right. Bet you didn't know that
in 2015, more than 50 million households owned at least one dog and 40 million owned at least one cat. Now more than ever, owners are spending more money per pet because they see their furry friends as more than just a pet. Thanks to modern pet technology, owners can treat their pets as one of the family. Exhibit A would be the new PetChatz HD PawCall, pets and owners can keep in touch 24 hours a day, seven days a week. PawCall , new accessory to the PetChatz HD system, allows pets to initiate a two-way video chat with their owners. It is a durable and pet safe button that can be placed on either the floor or the wall anywhere within their home. Imagine a pet friendly, high tech system that lets parents interact with their pets. Easily mounted to a wall or kennel, owners use an app on the computer or mobile device to call pets, dispense treats, even release soothing scents.
Not only does the the PetChatz HD system allow pet parents to communicate with their four legged companions, but owners can now monitor their pet’s activities. PetChatz HD detects sound and motion to alert users of their dog or cat’s antics.
PetChatz founder and CEO, Lisa Lavin, explains, “We created the first PetChatz to give parents peace of mind that they could check in on their pets at any time to be sure they are happy and safe. Now, PetChatz HD and the PawCall accessory complete the circle to enable true two-way communications between pet and parent - all in high definition video with premium audio. This is true ‘home alone enrichment’ for pets, where we now can empower pets to reach out to us. We believe this will forever change the pet-parent bond.”
Pet trainer-developed guidance featured by the PetChatz HD system helps parents to train their pets to respond to PetChatz HD calls and to place calls through the PawCall button. Let the PawCall accessory flawlessly connects with the PetChatz HD via Bluetooth. By pressing the PawCall button, pets initiate a call with their parent. It also allows parents to notify their pets that they want to call them by scheduling call times in the PetChatz app. At the scheduled time, a light on the PawCall button will blink.
PetChatz HD and the PawCall button are sold separately. PetChatz HD is $379.99 and PawCall is $99.99. It's being shown at CES this coming week, January 6-9, 2015 in Las Vegas. Our pets may be cute an cuddly, but they also are becoming high tech. You can make sure they are safe and then they can text you back with the PawCall button.