Heat Sensing Dog Caller

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Being the dog lovers we are it comes as no surprise that we instantly fell in love with the revolutionary Dog Caller, a device that could help save your canine from heat exhaustion at home or in the car on the go.

Designed by marketing firm Rethink Toronto in collaboration with the Toronto Humane Society, the Dog Caller is an amazing piece of gadgetry that allows you to monitor your pooch remotely. Simply place the Dog Caller collar on your dog, and the SIM card, thermistor, and LEDs monitor the temperatures around your dog. The intelligent collar will monitor the temperature, and send you a warning text message when the temperature is approaching dangerous levels. The device is currently set to hit the retail scene sometime during 2013.

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