Connected home products and services have changed the way we live our day-to-day lives. There are many household chores consumers would love to remove from their to-do lists and thankfully technology has helped make that possible. By taking the pain out of mundane tasks, people can now put more time and effort toward the things they love – like spending time with their pet.
Smart homes are a trend and now pet owners can get smart too. That’s why we are thrilled to announce the first consumer unveiling of the Petnet SmartFeeder at Target Open House. Target Open House is a first-of-its-kind connected home lab that showcases what’s possible via hands-on interaction with new products and services.
The Petnet SmartFeeder fits right in with the array of smart home technology in Target Open House. It allows you to manage feeding times, portion sizes, proper ingredients, and have your pet’s food delivered to your doorstep.
SmartFeeder helps you put an end to overfeeding by programing itself to dispense your pet’s perfect food portion. It also matches your pet with the ideal food recipe to ensure your pet is properly fed, taking the guesswork out of feeding time. And with alerts that let you know when you’re running low on food and convenient home delivery of food, pet owners won’t have any more unplanned trips to the pet store, right at dinner time, when you find out that the food bag is empty! SmartFeeder users will always have an adequate supply of fresh food for their pets.
Open House is a place to introduce the world to connected home living – what it is, how it works and how it can make our lives better. The space is set up similarly to an everyday home with everything from a living room and kitchen to a backyard and garage, helping visitors see how these items can be of use in their own home.
The SmartFeeder was exquisitely designed to fit beautifully with your home décor – no more hiding your pet’s bowl when you have guests. Additionally, the lid on the food repository has a seal to keep the food fresh for your pet, but just as importantly, to keep the smell locked away!
Target Open House also provides the connected home community and entrepreneurs with a place to exchange ideas and their work.
The 3,500 square foot space is located at 789 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Metreon building and addresses all members of the family, including pets.
Feeding will never be the same.