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Pet Pager

Call Your Hearing Impaired Pet
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Do you have a senior dog or cat that doesn't come when you call because it can't hear you? Then you need the Pet Pager! Pet Pager is a small device that attaches to your animal's collar and vibrates when you push the "call" button on the base unit. It comes in 2 sizes--small, for cats and small dogs, or large for larger dogs. Each Pet Pager has an intensity dial to accomodate for thicker fur and operates up to 300 yards. A deluxe model is also available which operates at up to 1.5 miles. Your dog or cat can be easily trained to respond to Pet Pager and you will enjoy renewed communication with your hearing challenged pet!
human411, Aug 04 2001

Pet Pager http://www.tricount...e.com/pet_pager.htm
Were it not for the differences in range and sizes, this would seem like an ad for the existing product. [Monkfish, Aug 04 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Assorted vibrating collars http://www.deafdogs.org/vibramakers.html
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       can also be attached to officemates who can't hear you because they've got their headphones on?
lewisgirl, Aug 04 2001
  

       In my experience, when cats fail to respond, it's not because they haven't heard, it's because they don't want to.
angel, Aug 06 2001
  
      
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