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The following patent was issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office on April 26, 2005.
System for Locating and Sending Messages to Pets
patent#: US 6885305
"Messages can be sent to a pet using a hand-held remote transmitter and a receiver that is attached to the pet. The receiver can record voice commands. When the transmitter sends a signal, the receiver picks up the signal and plays the recorded command to the pet. The receiver can also have one or more lights mounted on it that can be turned on by pushing buttons on the transmitter."
Comments on System for Locating and Sending Messages to Pets
Ayodele | Dec 6, 2005 7:00 AM
Haven't Irish(?) sheepherders been using human whistling for hundreds of years to signal their dogs, who watch the flocks far beyond human voice range. Whistling sheepherders, etc, as did wagon wheel makers, will eventually disappear. How sad...
tiny | Nov 2, 2004 4:01 PM
Simply wear around your neck and your wife can message you without expensive cell phones.
Tampa Tom | Nov 2, 2004 9:01 AM
I wonder if that Alex from Strohs and Spuds McKenzie were outfitted with these devices. "Alex! Spuds! GET MORE BEER!"
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