PetCell Cell Phone for Dogs Announced
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We knew it was on the way, but the makers of PetCell cellphone for dogs, PetsMobility, has announced that it’s here. In fact, PetCell should be on shelves in several weeks.

Not to be confused with the Pet Phone, which lets you feed your pets remotely, and yes, talk to them remotely using a remote speaker, PetCell is a true cell phone with it’s own telephone number and everything.


So who came up with this … interesting … idea of a cell phone for dogs? And how? Cameron Robb, the president of PetsMobility, explains that he came up with the idea while out of town at a convention. Sharing a hotel room, he overheard his roommate talking to his dogs on the telephone.

“I overheard him talking to his dogs. I was mimicking and making fun of it, but the reality was his wife was holding the phone down to the dog,” explains Robb.

Now, of course, Robb no longer ridicules the idea. Neither do a lot of other people. According to dog trainer Youngblood Harris, “When dogs disappear, it’s the first 15 minutes that are the most important. If your dog runs out of the dog park and you don’t see if he went left or right, (PetCell) would make life a lot easier.”

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Not content to just wire Fido up with a phone, PetsMobility has announced plans for GeoFence (which will alert owners if a dog wanders past a certain area), remote temperature sensing, and even a dog cam connected to the phone.

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