AnimAlarm, the pet temperature monitoring device, has been voted “Best Innovative Product of the Year 2013” by business magazine Aspire in its annual business awards.
AnimAlarm, the pet temperature monitoring device created by dog owner and former Three Day Event rider Victoria Davidson, has been voted “Best Innovative Product of the Year 2013” by business magazine Aspire in its annual business awards.
The device, officially launched at Crufts 2013, monitors the temperature in a car, kennel or conservatory and sends a text to the user’s mobile phone if the environment reaches a temperature that could be dangerous to the animal.
Created by dog owner and former Three Day Event rider Victoria Davidson, AnimAlarm is an innovative, portable and easy-to use temperature warning systems that comes with a SIM card and utilises the GSM network because of its robust reliability and superior coverage – meaning it works with any network provider and there is no limit on range for receiving text messages.
Aspire were so impressed with the product and thought that every dog owner should own one that they awarded Victoria and AnimAlarm with a Certificate of Recognition for Innovative Product of the Year 2013.
On hearing of the award, Victoria said: “This is fantastic. I’m honoured that AnimAlarm has been recognised. I knew that it could benefit many people and their dogs, but I never realised how high customer demand would be. I have a couple of product ideas in the pipeline and I am looking to release some associated AnimAlarm products soon.”
- AnimAlarm is available to buy direct from www.theanimalarm.com for £107.99.