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Tweets are the new Barks! Ever wonder what your pup is doing while you're away? Well, now you can get the 411 with text messages from Puppy Tweets! Whenever your dog moves, barks (or just naps), the tag knows it and sends a WiFi signal to your computer which then sends you a Tweet via Twitter. Simply set up a Twitter page for your dog and your Puppy Tweets tag starts generating Tweets. Puppy Tweets comes pre-loaded with over 500 phrases that put a humorous or insightful spin on your dog's daily activity. For example, a bark may generate a Tweet of: "I bark because I miss you. There I said it. Now hurry home." A quick run through the house could produce: "I finally caught that tail I've been chasing and...OOUUUCHH!" Invite your friends and family to follow your pet on Twitter and help your dog follow his or her favorite puppy pals or celebrities. Puppy Twitter lets you connect with your pet over the Internet. It's a great way to brighten your day 'cause a Tweet from your pooch is a virtual smooch!
Find out what your dog is really up to with Mattel's Puppy Tweets. This fun electronic device attaches to your dog's collar and transmits tweets about her physical activity during the day. Barking, sleeping, and running all trigger humorous tweets corresponding to the activity, such as "I've got a new leash on life!" or "L'il help! Nose stuck in bird feeder!" This fun accessory is perfect for any adult dog owner who wants to know what Fido does while home alone.
Twitter Isn't Just for the Birds
After downloading the Puppy Tweets software and inserting the 3V lithium battery, dog owners can access the Puppy Tweets desktop icon to modify the frequency of tweets. The content of the tweets, however, is not customizable. In response to consumer demand, on the manufacturer's Web site there is mention of forthcoming downloadable "packs" for increased variety of puppy tweets. Although the tag that attaches to the dog's collar is made of hard plastic, the device is not likely to withstand destruction if Fido ever uses the device as a chew toy. However, when the tag is securely attached to a dog's collar it is out of reach and should not get in the way of usual canine activity.
What's in the Box
Puppy Tweets tag, USB dongle, 3V lithium battery, and battery instruction sheet.
Simple to set up, the Puppy Tweets device attaches directly to your dog's collar.
You'll receive hilarious tweets about your dog's status - whether he's eating, playing, or napping! View larger.
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his device is no longer supported by Mattel. It did not work and was returned. I am very happy that the refund process went easy.Published 4 months ago by Anthony Acampora
It doesn't work at all. I'm very disappointed in the product and now understand why it has been discontinued.Published 11 months ago by Ray Wert
I should have know. Upon arrival the box/package was damaged. It comes without a battery cell and I was lucky, so I thought, on Christmas day, to always have most sizes at... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kata Rina
Easily the worst product ever bought on Amazon. The product set-up easy enough (5 minutes max). It just did not work. Not one tweet. Nothing. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by avidreader
Never could get the software to work, sent it back. A web cam would be a better idea if you want to check on what you fuzzball is doing during the day...Published on March 13, 2013 by PopArtDiva
Lousy software. The Mac software didn't even have the tweet frequency option on my computer that they claimed it had, and it didn't tweet in response to anything. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by John Potter