Petnet SmartFeeder – Feed your Pet from Anywhere

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Fido may be pretty good at hanging out at home, waiting for you to get back, but is he excited to have to wait for dinner? Is he eating too much? Let’s face it, over half the cats and dogs in the U.S. are overweight, and that fact leads to numerous health problems. There has got to be a better way to take control of your furry friend’s diet, and help to ensure their health and happiness.

Check out the SmartFeeder by Petnet,  a new pet feeder that has intelligent sensor technology, learning algorithms, and processing power that can actually assess the dietary requirements of your pet, create a custom feeding schedule to meet those requirements, and alert you when your pet has been fed and then remind you to get more food when they start to run out, the SmartFeeder can also record and play your voice calling your pet to dinner!

The SmartFeeder can be accessed and controlled by almost any smartphone, tablet or computer, allowing anyone to monitor and/or adjust feeding schedules, compare their pet’s diet to other pets of similar breed, age, weight, and level of activity, or even order food. The SmartFeeder let’s you track your pet’s calorie intake on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis or, customize a feeding regimen for optimum health. Imagine being able to manage your pet’s feeding times, and portions from wherever you are.

So if you would like to create a feeding regimen that will work wonders for the health of your pet, and you’d like to be able to control your pet’s feeding from your laptop, smartphone or tablet, then the SmartFeeder might be for you. The SmartFeeder holds around 6 pounds of food, and the bowl capacity is 3.5 cups. It comes in heavenly blue, springtime green, and watermelon pink, and you can reserve yours now, for under 200 bucks, at petnet.io

One review or comment

CM Dog Mom Says: January 23, 2014 at 11:30 am

Let me tell you why these types of thing are a waste of money.

I had one of these before where you could put food in different compartments, and set a timer for the compartments to open up at specified feeding times.

My dog–and he was only 17 pounds–tore the thing apart completely the first day. He knew the food was there, and he wasn’t about to wait for the thing to open up itself or dispense more.

MAYBE if you have a tiny Chi or Papillon these will work, or a REALLY mellow dog. But if you have a food hound, forget it.

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