Scollar Smart Collar looks great on small dogs and cats
When it comes to pets, there are two categories of pet owners. The first would be those who see them as just animals, and there is not much emotional attachment with the pet in question. Even if it falls sick, sending it to the vet to have it put to sleep is seen to be more of a rite of passage or a necessary evil, and you will not have any kind of emotional upheaval. However, the other kind of pet owner would be those who lavish so much love on the furry kid, outsiders might start to wonder whether it is appropriate to do so when their own children are neglected. Pets do have their fair share of accessories in the past, and this Kickstarter project would contribute to a growing list in the form of the Scollar Smart Collar.
It does not matter whether the Scollar Smart Collar is worn by a dog or a cat, it would look equally great. However, do bear in mind that the Scollar Smart Collar will work only for small sized dog breeds, anything large like a Labrador or a Golden Retriever is out of the question, at least for now. How does the Scollar Smart Collar work?
Specially meant to cater to all stages of a pet’s life, pet owners will not have to purchase multiple collars from now on with the Scollar. The Scollar alone will be able to feature pet tracking ability via GPS without having to fork out monthly fees, has night visibility so that it is easier to locate your four legged friend when dusk falls, offers food and medicine reminders as well as notifications, and will feature a perimeter barrier module to boot. It comes with a base station and Wi-Fi connectivity for extended tracking and battery life.
The Scollar Smart Collar will have a tappable display and has a battery life of up to 30 days. It is also open platform, letting you expand its functionality for every age and every stage of a pet’s life.