The world of virtual pets was taken by storm in 2005 when Nintendo released Nintendogs, a puppy simulator with an unprecedented level of interaction. Players could use the Nintendo DS' touch screen and microphone to pet their dogs, train them with your actual voice, bring them toys, and even give them baths. The game was astoundingly success...Read More
"Interactive", in the context of pet toys, mean devices that require the human master's participation. While higher-maintenance than regular chew toys, they can be much more fun for animal and master alike.
A good example of an effective interactive toy is Da BIrd, part of a genre of feline accessories called "cat teasers". Da Bird ...Read More
Information can mean the difference between life and death in a crisis, and thankfully, we live in the information age. Virtually any human knowledge can be acquired from the internet; all you need is a starting point. For pet-related crises, JiveMedia provides such a starting point with Pet First Aid.
Pet First Aid is a mobile phone applicat...Read More