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Pup Alert

Connecting smart homes with smart dogs

Pup Alert

Connecting smart homes with smart dogs

Pup Alert is a wearable collar attachment for your dog. We're connecting your smart home to your smart dog, raising the bar for current and future pet care. We love our dogs! We're ensuring peace of mind by bridging the gap between home automation and pet care. With Pup Alert you can easily connect to over 100 smart devices. Check in on your dog with current home video monitoring systems, create a calm and relaxing environment for them by connecting current home entertainment systems and easily adjust temperature settings with your smart thermostats.

No doubt a smart dog collar is a great thing. But he will not be able to solve some problems. For example, fleas. It would be very good if the developers thought through this moment. For example, I have two dogs and for each of my pets I purchased the best of flea collars for dogs https://petonbed.com/top-dog-flea-collars/ The flea and tick collar is a small strap that is made of special porous material or has inserts from it. It is impregnated with a special compound, which is designed to scare off or destroy parasites and protect the pet. During wearing, the collar releases these substances gradually. Since protection is provided only during the contact process, the collar against ticks and fleas requires constant wear, and after the expiration date it must be replaced with a new one. Exactly following the instructions for use provides maximum protection for the pet.
I think Pup Alert is an excellent idea! Especially if it can be combined with an electronic dog door with an RFID chip like in some of these doors https://shihtzuexpert.com/best-electronic-dog-door/

Also it can be seamlessly integrated in to the home automation system to do think like monitor your Dog's whereabouts in real time use GPS tracking. Combined data would be invaluable in tracking missing dogs but correlating entry exit data trail with the broader GPS data feed from the tracker.

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