Dog Monitor for iPhone and Android
DO YOU WORRY ABOUT THE DOG WHEN THEY’RE HOME ALONE?
Perhaps your best buddy is elderly or sick or heavily pregnant. You have to go to work but feel uncomfortable leaving them alone. Questions run constantly through your head such as:
- What if he falls and can’t get up?
- What if she goes into labor and I’m not there?
- Will I know if he has a seizure?
- How can I tell if he is anxious or stressed when I’m away?
Staying home all day isn’t practical, and taking the pooch to work is not always possible, so what does the responsible owner do when their pet needs monitoring for one reason or another?
The answer is the PetPace dog monitor app for iPhone and Android.
The dog monitor app from PetPace constantly monitors and interprets your dog’s vital signs such as:
Position(Lying down, sitting, standing)
Activity Level(Resting, pacing, etc.)
This information is sent to the cloud where you can access the data remotely, wherever you are and at a time convenient to you.
But this information isn’t just a string of confusing numbers. PetPace interprets those readings and sends an all-important alert when things change out of their routine. Plus the app holds a log of trends and easy to read charts of your pet’s historical readings, and you can share it all with your vet.
All you need is a PetPace collar and a smartphone. The collar is super-comfortable and the dog won’t be aware of wearing it. Then simply download the free dog monitoring app from the Apple store or Google Play, and you’re good to go.
Summaries of your dog’s behavior, real-time alerts and changes in vital signs are right there on your phone, whenever you want or need to check on the dog.
PETPACE AND HOSPITAL MONITORING
The continuous monitoring of the PetPace collar is so good it’s used in leading, state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals. Doesn’t that make you feel better, knowing your dog has hospital level monitoring when you can’t be with them?
And for extra peace of mind there’s the alert, should their health change. This is important for so many reasons, such as:
- The arthritic dog: He’s in pain, can’t sleep, and starts pacing. PetPace alerts you to this unsettled behavior indicating discomfort
- The dog with heart disease: A jump in heart and respiratory rates signal the dog is struggling to cope and may need a change in medication.
- The hot day: The flat-faced pug that struggles to breathe shows a jump in body temperature. Time to act and cool him down.
- The pregnant dog: several key biometrics can be an early warning sign she’s about to go into labor
- The epileptic dog: Changes in activity level, heart and respiratory rates alert you to a seizure event that might otherwise have been missed.