Automatic Remote Pet Feeder

It's 5:30pm on a Friday afternoon and you're still at the office. You don't have anything planned for the weekend but you're anxious to get out of there anyway. It's been a long week. Your phone buzzes. It's probably just Tinder notifying you that you can swipe again so you ignore it. Buzz, buzz. Two more notifications within seconds? Oh snap, it's your friend Paul messaging you! He just landed at the LAX airport from who knows where and wants you to meet him there in an hour. He's about to fly up to San Francisco for the weekend and he wants you to come. I mean, that sounds awesome, but can you do it? You'd have to leave straight from work to make it in time. You've got your travel bag in your trunk with clothes and toiletries for the weekend – Paul knows you never leave home without it. And you've got no plans for the weekend. Fuck it, you're going to do it! “Yes. See you there.” you text back. You quickly shut down the computer and grab your keys. As you're practically running out the door in excitement you suddenly remember something. Fuck! The dog! Your roommate's out of town until tomorrow night. Abby can let herself in and out through the doggy door to use the bathroom, but someone's got to feed her. It's a good thing you've got a Petnet Automatic Remote Pet Feeder which lets you remotely manage feeding times and portion sizes from your smartphone, and even sends you notifications for peace of mind that your pet's been fed. It's your first opportunity to use it since you bought it two weeks ago and you almost didn't remember that you had it. Instead of using your phone to text Paul that you can't make it, you open your Petnet App, schedule Abby's dinner for 7pm, and make your way to the airport. Goodbye weekend of binge watching Netflix and hello San Francisco!

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It's 5:30pm on a Friday afternoon and you're still at the office. You don't have anything planned for the weekend but you're anxious to get out of there anyway. It's been a long week. Your phone buzzes. It's probably just Tinder notifying you that you can swipe again so you ignore it. Buzz, buzz. Two more notifications within seconds? Oh snap, it's your friend Paul messaging you! He just landed at the LAX airport from who knows where and wants you to meet him there in an hour. He's about to fly up to San Francisco for the weekend and he wants you to come. I mean, that sounds awesome, but can you do it? You'd have to leave straight from work to make it in time. You've got your travel bag in your trunk with clothes and toiletries for the weekend – Paul knows you never leave home without it. And you've got no plans for the weekend. Fuck it, you're going to do it! “Yes. See you there.” you text back. You quickly shut down the computer and grab your keys. As you’re practically running out the door in excitement you suddenly remember something. Fuck! The dog! Your roommate's out of town until tomorrow night. Abby can let herself in and out through the doggy door to use the bathroom, but someone's got to feed her. It's a good thing you've got a Petnet Automatic Remote Pet Feeder which lets you remotely manage feeding times and portion sizes from your smartphone, and even sends you notifications for peace of mind that your pet's been fed. It's your first opportunity to use it since you bought it two weeks ago and you almost didn't remember that you had it. Instead of using your phone to text Paul that you can't make it, you open your Petnet App, schedule Abby's dinner for 7pm, and make your way to the airport. Goodbye weekend of binge watching Netflix and hello San Francisco!