Pintofeed Automatic Pet Feeder

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We are all for spending as much time as possible with our pet pals, but as we already know – life happens. We get extremely busy with those long days of work, and getting home to feed Fido in time everyday can be a challenge. With Pintofeed, you no longer have to worry about your pooch getting fed on time.

This automatic pet feeder provides perfectly portioned food servings for your dog or cat, just by simply pressing a button on the smartphone app. If you know you’re going to be back home for a few days (going on vacation), you can program a customized feeding schedule for your pet as well. The app is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices. The product recently reached its IndieGoGo goal, and is currently available for pre-order on the brand’s website. Expect to see these hit retail level soon.

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