“The First Smartphone For Your Pet” Sends Your Dog’s Selfies Right To You

Reviewed by Dr. Katy Nelson

September 20, 2015

The new PetBot device currently funded through Indiegogo (and has now reached its goal!) ensures you’re never further from your pup than your phone screen. Using “petificial intelligence,” the system includes an app available on iPhones and Androids, from which you can activate specific sounds, keep an eye on your pal using the live cam, and dispense treats from wherever you are.


The gadget even recognizes your dog’s face and snaps a photo before poppin’ out a treat as a reward. Moments later, you’ll be able to judge his selfie game from the palm of your hand.

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Plus, when the mailman comes or a rogue squirrel invades the front lawn, PetBot uses “bark recognition” to alert you when there’s a bit too much howling going on. If necessary, you can play your own voice recording or unique sound to divert your pup’s attention and spare the neighbors the high alert.

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Curiosity piqued yet? Right now you can get your paws on the kit (including the white PetBot unit, a standard cover and power adaptor, different treat-dispensing gears for treats large and small, a wall mount, and the app) 20% off at $189, shipping included. Just click here and claim this perk on the righthand side of the screen!


We’d all be proud pup parents receiving our dogs’ selfies at work, and there’s nothing more valuable than peace of mind when you can’t be by their side.

H/t RT, Featured Image via Indiegogo

Reviewed by Dr. Katy Nelson

September 20, 2015