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PetChatz and DOGTV support university study to measure the stress of dogs in shelters.

PetChatz and DOGTV are collaborating with the Center for Shelter Dogs at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University on a 12-month study of dogs in two New England animal shelters to determine if the presence of dog-oriented video can improve the welfare and quality of life of these dogs.

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PetChatz featured at the Target Open House

Target Open House is located in America’s tech hub of San Francisco. It is a place to experiment with and purchase products, learn about possibilities and connect with creators. Consider it your home for opportunities, built to show you just how to bring them to life. PetChatz HD and PawCall is now featured at the Target Open House. This opportunity gives consumers a chance to try out the experience first-hand. They will learn about the ability for pet parents to contact their fur-children. We are honored to featured with technology including Amazon Echo, Google Home, Roomba, Ring and several others. PetChatz [...]

Dogs Recognize Familiar Faces

Dogs Recognize Familiar Faces from Images So far the specialized skill for recognizing facial features holistically has been assumed to be a quality that only humans and possibly primates possess. Although it’s well known that faces and eye contact play an important role in the communication between dogs and humans, this was the first study, where facial recognition of dogs was investigated with eye movement tracking. (more…)