299: Scollar, The Smart Pet Collar For Cats and Dogs
I currently have a 4-Month-old rough collie puppy that has been keeping me awake at night and also seems to be getting bigger on an almost daily basis. As someone who has been known to dabble with wearable tech, I have been investigating how there is an increasing range of pet wearables.
Can a connected pet device bring you closer to your pet? If you’re a tech-lover you’ve probably scoped out cool gadgets for your cat or dog. But Scollar is aiming to make sure you only need one gadget to cover all of your pet caring needs.
This latest pet wearable collar and accompanying app promise to keep track of everything such as pet tracking, pet sharing, training, reminders & notifications. Caring for your pet cat & dog is about to be made easier with this latest tech smart collar. The app and smart collar work together to keep you in the know about your pet. Scollar attempting to innovate far more than just another pet wearable. They are re-envisioning the pet industry and want you to be a part of our success story.
Although the team is currently preparing for the delivery to their 300 Kickstarter and Indiegogo backers, they are also excited to be raising funds through SeedInvest. Historically, only ~1% of startups that apply get accepted on the platform making this a fantastic achievement on its own,
When I heard that they had already sold $42,000 Scollar Mini smart collars & accessories and have also enabled microchip pet doors and pet feeders to work with their new smart collars for cats and dogs, I invited CEO and founder Lisa Tamayo onto the show to find out more.
Lisa Tamayo is a serial entrepreneur, pet fanatic and the CEO and founder of Scollar. This wearable tech for dogs and cats is built on an open platform and seamlessly integrates with their mobile app and stores vital pet data in our cloud service.
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