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A Cell Phone for Your Dog?

by Paul Strauss
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Mobile phones have become more and more accessible over the years, and now your canine family members don’t need to feel left out.

PetsCELL GPS Tracking for Dogs

The PetsCELL phone is a special waterproof cell phone that provides GPS tracking of your pet’s whereabouts, but also integrates voice calling features. Now why, you may ask, would your dog need to make a phone call? Actually, the phone can be pre-programmed to call your house or another emergency number, so the person who finds your lost pooch can speak directly with you. You can also call your dog and speak to them through the built-in speaker, but I’m not really sure that they’ll be able to answer back with anything more than a “woof.” The GPS capability can also be programmed to automatically call you if your pooch leaves a pre-set boundary.

Thankfully, dogs don’t have opposable thumbs, so they shouldn’t be racking up a big cell phone bill ordering doggie treats. The PetsCELL should be available later this year.

[via Shiny Shiny]

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