Have you ever wondered what your pet is thinking or what they’re trying totell you when they bark? Well, a new dog collar claims it can help ownerscommunicate with their pets.
“What we discovered is that there is a certain pattern, dogs barking is justthe one universal language,” said Andrew Gil Director of Global Marketing forPetpuls.
The company, which is based in South Korea, researched and studied more than10,000 barks from more than 50 breeds. Using that data, they developed thepatent-pending technology, AI-enabled voice recognition technology andalgorithm that can translate a dogs bark.
The special dog collar can interpret and track five emotional statusesincluding happy, anxious, angry, sad or relaxed. The results are instantlysent to the owner through an app.
“Many people think this is like the movie ‘UP,’ but it’s not. It’s not, butit’s starting point,” said Gil.
But does it really work?
In this report, FOX 8 News anchor Stefani Schaefer and reporter SuzanneStratford put the collar to the test and discovered some surprising results.
“I keep getting these alerts on my phone about Bruno just totally freaking meout. I couldn’t wait to get home,” said Schaefer.
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