Tech UPTechnologyFurbo, a camera to monitor your dog

Furbo, a camera to monitor your dog

Admit it, you are a junkie to your pet. You're at work and you can't stop thinking about her: is she eating the cushions? Has he peed on the bedspread? Are you barking desperately? Do you suffer in solitude?

Furbo can ease your sorrows. It is an interactive camera that works with an app that allows you to see what your animal does at home on your mobile. And not only that: you can talk to your dog, scold him and pamper him wherever you are.

This tech kangaroo for pets offers you high definition images with a 120 degree field of view and has night vision, in case you need to connect at any time of the night. It has a "bark alert" that notifies you if the dog is riding it, and takes photos and videos that you can share on social networks. It also emits sounds and lights that allow you to play with the animal from a distance, and train it.

And best of all: it can throw toys and treats at your pet, who may not even miss you.

Do you want a Furbo? Order it here.

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