Scollar smart collars for dogs and cats pack a wealth of modern pet care technology into a lightweight, comfortable and cool-looking collar.
GPS and Bluetooth tracking, in my pet's collar? It's more likely than you think, or at least it's about to be! Scollar, the interactive high-tech “smart collar” for dogs and cats, is being introduced into the marketplace via an extended roll-out with priority being given to small dogs and cats. “There is a huge gap in the market when it comes to smaller animals,” explains Lisa Tamayo, Scollar's CEO and Founder, “which is why we made our first smart collars for small dogs and cats.”
Scollar, a pet wearable company based in Santa Rosa, California, was founded in May of 2015 by Lisa Tamaya and John Kennedy, the company's CTO. Their stated mission is to “offer the only smart pet collar platform that evolves and grows with you, making caring for pets as easy as loving them.”
Scollar collars' attractive, fashionable yet supremely ergonomic appearance is no accident. The company recently partnered with Spanner Product Development (engineers of the popular Fitbit® wearable) to finalize development. The designers also apply a deep understanding into cat behavior, imbuing the Scollar with a breakaway clasp to ensure curious kittehs don't get hung up while exploring outdoors.
Scollar's innovative and user-friendly features include an interactive display screen, GPS with Bluetooth that makes dog and cat tracking a breeze. Programmable reminders and notifications alert pet owners to feeding times, scheduled medications, and flea/tick treatment applications.
Practical design features include LED lighting for enhanced visibility after dark, rechargeable batteries, a battery charging base and a fully-integrated mobile app. The free Scollar app gives pet owners access to the best crowd-sourced dog and cat training videos while empowering owners with the ability to track and share their pet's training progress. For more info on Scollar, please visit the company website. (via Mom Blog Society and Yahoo! Finance)