The PuppTech App is simple, easy-to-use, and available on both iOS and Android smartphones. It’s your hub for checking on your dog’s environment, receiving alerts, updating your profile information, and watching the PuppComm’s usage timer. The app receives real-time information from your PuppComm via the cloud.
We know that it's not enough for you to know your dog is safe. If you need to leave your dog in a car, you also need to make sure that anyone who sees your dog in there know that they're safe. PuppTech's passersby interface which is powered by window displays (stickers, window shades and windshield shades) allows anyone to be able to check on the dog in the car with just their phone.
PuppTech's app receives data directly from the PuppComm so you can check on your dog and always know they're safe.
When you set up your new PuppComm our proprietary BSCUIT algorithm sets the break points for the 5 "status levels" for your dog. Here they're set for our CEO's Labrador Retriever Clovis but they'll be different for every dog. These status levels determine when the app sends you alerts.
Currently the heat-index at the PuppComm is a comfy 57º. We don't send you alerts while your dog is comfy, but we'll start sending them as soon as the heat-index at your PuppComm moves out of your dog's comfort range. Let's see what happens when the heat-index starts to move.
The heat index at the PuppComm can change quickly which is why it's important for you to know about these changes. You'll receive an alert right when the heat-index moves out of your dog's comfort range.
Now that your dog is we'll keep sending you alerts every ten minutes until the heat index goes back to your dog's comfort range or you return to your PuppComm to take care of your dog.
If the heat-index at your PuppComm keeps going so that your dog becomes we'll send you an alert right away and then another alert every five minutes until the heat-index starts going back to down, or you return to take care of your dog. These alerts can get annoying but that's the point, we need to make sure you know that your dog needs you.