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Robot Pet Care

Robot pet care products help you take good care of your pets and simplify your life. With a cleaner environment using robot litter boxes and regular feedings using automatic pet feeders, your pet(s) will live longer and better.


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  • Electronic Bird Feeder
    Excellent
    Review by Jason
    This bird feeder is a quiet, reliable timesaver.

    The feeder dispenses slowly and almost silently which is perfect for me as my cockatiel has a slightly nervous disposition.

    After just a couple of days it was as though it had always been there.

    Would not be without it now and I certainly recommend this product.
    (Posted on 10/10/14)
  • Automatic Filtered Pet Waterer (Large)
    Recommended
    Review by Kay 27
    This is my second purchase of auto dog water large. Love it and recommend to everyone
    (Posted on 9/23/14)
  • Litter-Robot 2 Bubble Unit Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box (Black)
    No more smells
    Review by Jonnyfaratro
    Works pretty good and solved the smell problems. Very satisfied.
    (Posted on 9/23/14)
  • Litter-Robot 2 Bubble Unit Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box (Gray Eco)
    well designed, well built, easy to use, very useful
    Review by Kenneth
    Ordered this unit on a holiday Monday, arrived on the east coast on Wednesday. Typical RobotShop great service. Took only a few minutes to set up and load with litter, had to wait nearly an hour for the first cat to try it. We have seven adult cats and all use the machine. You can just imagine how much work this saves us. The machine is very well designed and appears to be well built. The noise level is very reasonable. It is incredibly easy to empty and we never have to do any extra scooping. We are actually considering a second unit for upstairs where we have a room set aside to isolate cats in heat or the occasional behaviour issue. Now if only there was a litter-robot for kittens under five pounds.
    (Posted on 9/6/14)
  • Litter-Robot 2 Bubble Unit Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box (Beige)
    Love this product
    Review by Mary
    I have two cats and always had problems keeping up with the litter box. I really do only need to remove and replace the bag once a week and add a bit of litter. I have no doubt that I use less litter and there is no smell. My cats were curious at first but they took to it without any effort.

    I would recommend you purchase the fence for the unit because my cats do kick out a bit of litter when they exit...although I'll take a small amount of litter to sweep up over scooping dirty litter any day.
    (Posted on 9/3/14)
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The 2013 Robot Christmas Gift Guide!

Posted on November 21, 2013

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Entertainment, Pet Care, Toys, Vacuum.

Christmas season is just around the corner, and it’s time to send Santa your gift list. Why not select robotic gifts to help with household chores, to play, to build or even to experiment with. Here’s our top suggestions for robotic gifts for 2013. We’ve featured 10 great ideas that will make excellent gifts for [...]
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Goosebusters, UAVs vs Geese in Ottawa

Posted on August 26, 2013

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Entertainment, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

While our neighbors in the USA use drones for warfare and spying, here in Canada we have other types of applications for UAVs that address other types of peace-disturbing assailants: geese. Steve Wambolt was hired by the city of Ottawa as part of a pilot project to scare away Canada geese from Petrie Island, a [...]
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Make the world around you with a 3D printer

Posted on December 03, 2012

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Industry.

3D printers are types of robots that are revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. They make product creation accessible to (almost) everyone by taking care of the precise and often cost-prohibitive work involved in building a physical object. In the same way regular computer printers made it possible for everyone to produce high quality pictures and graphics without [...]
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How long should a Roomba battery last?

Posted on August 16, 2012

By Julie Gendron & filled under Ultimate Roomba Resource Center.

With proper care, one iRobot Roomba battery can last for hundreds of cleaning cycles before you need to replace it. Here are some things you can do to extend Roomba’s battery life and keep Roomba cleaning at peak performance: Use your Roomba frequently. Your Roomba is powered by a rechargeable battery, which lasts the longest [...]
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Should You Get a Robotic Vacuum Cleaner?

Posted on May 17, 2012

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic.

Since the day robotic vacuums were introduced, household cleaning was changed forever. Due to their sleek design and advanced technology, people are hitting the market to purchase their own robot vacuum cleaner. But is the device worth it? Let’s get started with the basics and then check out the most common reasons why you should [...]
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Pet information is necessary to care better our pets and it can only get by applying practically, that's why i am going to own a kitten pair.
2012-10-31 02:08 by Pam Silas
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... a manufacturer of high end patented electronic pet feeding devices. RobotShop offers a large collection of household products for pet care such as automatic litters and robotic water and food distributors. This is a very promising ...
2008-04-21 10:10 by ForumAdmin
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... by the manufacturers. You may communicate with RobotShop or directly with the manufacturer. RobotShop ... the Neato Robotics robot vacuums, some Pet Care Products such as the Litter-Robot and some Robot Floor ...
2007-03-30 14:08 by rb1
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... Circa 1979. Taught myself 6502 assembly code to run on a Commodore PET. Learned Pascal in college. Pascal is really an excellent language in ... application in C++. As a SW Engineer, this was the peak of my career so far. Circa 2003. Learned the basics of Java, and worked on a team ...
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