PetChatz: FaceTime Video Phone for Dogs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Fido gets lonely when he’s at home alone by himself all day long, and let’s face it – you miss Fido just as much as he misses you. Now you can communicate with your furry companion from anywhere thanks to PetChatz.

Operating much like iPhone’s popular FaceTime feature, PetChatz allows you the ability to FaceTime with your pooch. The wall mounted device features a two-way video system, and even lets Fido know how much you really miss him with the built-in treat dispenser. The entire system can be operated remotely utilizing any desktop computer or mobile device equipped with the PetChatz app. There’s even a one-touch scent dispenser that your dog is sure to love. It also works for cats, but in our experience, cats don’t seem to listen (although treats could change all of that). Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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