Have you ever taken your dog on errands only to go to a place where dogs aren’t allowed? And have been forced to make the choice of either tethering your pup outside or leaving them in the car? If it were up to me, I would take my dog back home, as I don’t like either of those options. But if you can’t, there is a safer alternative at that is DogSpot.
DogSpot is a smart sidewalk sanctuary, providing your dog a safe and cozy home away from home while you briefly go somewhere they aren’t allowed. These little houses are are climate controlled, auto-sanitizing, feature an in-app puppy cam and 24/7 customer service. And they are vet-approved.
So how does it work? Just tap your membership card on the sensor to unlock the DogSpot. Your key card is unique to you, so only you can unlock the door to retrieve your dog.
Right now, DogSpot is located nationwide in states such as New York, Massachusetts, Texas, and more, with plans to roll out new locations throughout the country. And the company has just partnered with supermarket chain Albertson’s to bring their pet houses to the stores in Idaho.
Albertsons is the first grocery store in Idaho to offer this service to shoppers, leading the way to a more innovative, pet-friendly world. Customers can download the app and sign up free now. The service costs $0.30/min and you can use code BOISEPUP for your first 60 minutes free.
Click here to learn more about this innovative creation. Would you use this product?