Now Your Dogs Can Tweet Too With Puppy Tweet
By on October 3rd, 2010

Twitter has been a phenomenal success so far and human beings have been hooked on to it. What about a man’s best friend then? Yes, they can now tweet to thanks to a new dog tag called Puppy Tweets.

Puppy Tweets for Dogs

Puppy Tweets is a new electronic dog tag that sends messages to your home computer, then Tweets to you. Puppy Tweet has a sound and motion sensor that you attach to your pet’s dog collar and connect its USB receiver to your computer. The device is created by famous toy company known for Barbie and other popular toys, Mattel Inc.

Whenever your dog moves or barks, the Puppy Tweets tag detects it and sends a Tweet via Twitter. You can follow your dog’s Twitter feed on your computer or smart phone all day. The device allows you to tweet from   your own account or a separate one setup for your dog.

Having a dog is definitely quite an experience but using technology to keep in touch with them through Twitter even when you are not around is definitely a good thing. However, it is not clear as to within what range the dog has to be within the computer for this to work. Another problem is that you will have to keep your computer up and running all the time for this to work, but anything for your dog right?

Amazing right? So go ahead and make your dog tweet by knowing more about the dog tag at PuppyTweet.com.You can also buy the PuppyTweet tag in pink or blue color at for $26.48.

Linux users with dogs will not be able to use this device as it is only compatible with Windows and Max OS X as of now.

(Source: MSNBC)

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