MINNEAPOLIS, July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Has your pet called you lately? Beginning August 1, dogs and cats will be able to do just that with the PetChatz® HD PawCall® accessory, a landmark technology that lets pets initiate two-way video chats with the press of a button placed on the household's floor.
PawCall is a shiny, durable, pet-safe 3" x 4" button pet parents can place on the floor in their home near the PetChatz HD system. The PawCall accessory seamlessly connects with PetChatz HD via Bluetooth, allowing parents to connect with their pets from anywhere, anytime through their smartphones, tablets or computers.
To let pets know when it's okay to call, parents can schedule call times in the PetChatz web and mobile app, which causes the paw-shaped light on the PawCall button to blink. Pets can then press the PawCall button to send a message to their parents that they want to chat.
In addition to scheduling call times, parents can also set PawCall to Game Mode to stimulate and exercise their pet's mind with custom light and touch puzzles and treat rewards.
PawCall is only compatible with PetChatz HD, the award-winning, high-tech Greet & Treat® videophone that mounts to any wall or kennel and lets owners call their pets to see each other, hear each other and speak to each other.
The PetChatz HD system features pet trainer-developed instructions to help parents easily train their pets to respond to PetChatz HD calls, and learn to place calls with the PawCall button.
To see PetChatz HD and PawCall in action, check out this video.
PetChatz HD and the PawCall accessory are sold separately and are available for order at PetChatz.com. The PawCall accessory will begin shipping on August 1, 2016. PetChatz HD MSRP is $379.99. PawCall MSRP is $99.99.
"We created the first PetChatz to give parents peace of mind that they could check in on their pets at any time to be sure they are happy and safe," said Lisa Lavin, PetChatz founder and CEO. "Now, PetChatz HD and the PawCall accessory completes the circle to enable true two-way communications between pet and parent – all in high definition video with premium audio."
To learn more, visit PetChatz.com.