The bowl that talks to your pet while you're not home A firm has come up with a novel way to put your mind at rest: a talking food bowlthat will reassure your pet with the sound of your voice.
The bowl has a built-in sensor that detects when the pet is within six inches and triggers a pre-recorded ten-second message. The makers of the product - called the ChatterBowl- claim that once animals become used to the sensor, they will deliberately set it off just to hear their master's voice. .
The bowl is made by Canadian-firm Contech Electronics, which is now selling it to British pet owners for £14, plus postage. Company spokeswoman Karen Ross said: "The basic concept is to reassure your pet when it is home alone. The message should encourage your pet to eat or just make them feel comfortable. It can be anything from 'Good boy!' to 'Don't chew the sofa just because I'm not home!'."
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