Does Paul Mampilly Think Pets Like Smart Gadgets?

For some, their pets are family. Have smart gadgets changed the way in which our furry friends interact with us? Does Paul Mampilly think pets like smart gadgets?

Interactive Pet Cube

“When the cat is away, the mice will play.” With the Interactive Pet Cube, you can be sure that your pet will be on its best behavior. You can even view your pet from afar, using the cube’s camera.

When you are away at work, you can use the Pet Cube to interact, photograph and dispense food to your dog or cat. You can check the pictures remotely. Now, you know who tore up your brand new sofa. This way, you won’t blame the wrong pet.

Did you know that some pets have their own Social Media pages? What sort of content can you find there? You might find the amazing Pet Cube. Pets are a great ice breaker, they allow you to connect with other pet lovers instantly.

Some people want to share their pet’s antics 24/7/365. They can live stream to the pet’s own website. Sign up subscribers and make a little coin.

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It’s a Dog’s Life

Paul Mampilly believes that the “Internet of Things” is a guaranteed winner. Both humans and animals can benefit from this manifestation. It can improve the quality of life.

We have all heard that “It’s a dog’s life.” Well, whoever said that did not understand the modern luxury items available for pets. These include gourmet fresh tuna treats, stored in the refrigerator and specially-designed smart containers, like the ZenCrate.

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These are not your daddy’s dog kennel. It is built on the notion that some dogs suffer from anxiety. When the thunders booms and the lightning flashes, they might have a panic attack and run under the bed.

Tech stock expert Paul Mampilly might suggest investing in a company, like ZenCrate, which starts with motion-activated proximity sensors for fan and music. It is wifi-enabled with a camera. There are vibration-dampening feet to protect against thunderstorm rumblings. The ZenCrate even has a battery backup to operate during power outages.

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