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The New Pet-Remote Collar Tag Takes Control at CES 2014

 - Jan 14, 2014
References: pet-remote & news.cnet
Pet gadgets are not always beneficial to dog enthusiasts, and some may even be a little cruel, but the new Pet-Remote collar is one that both works on training and obedience, without the menacing 'shock' technology.

Using Bluetooth signals from any iPhone and iPad (by connecting to the free Pet-Remote app,) the Pet-Remote collar receives commands through the smart collar without you even having to utter a sound to get your pooch to listen to you.

The painless 1.7-inch-long tag connects to your doggies collar, vibrating in response to different already-loaded commands such as the common "sit", "down" and "here". You also have the option to program your own personalized commands to get your pup to do fancy flips.

According to Pet-Remote developer Tractive,"the consistency of the signals helps your dog to understand and fulfill your expectations."