Posts tagged with ‘Overheard at Whistle’

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We hear you

Incorporating feedback from the Whistle community

The past few days have been a whirlwind of excitement and activity here at Whistle. On Tuesday, we unveiled the first update to the Whistle Pet Tracker platform since the January 2015 acquisition of...

Read more | Tags: overheard at whistle  | 10/7/2015
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A Dog Walk With Sari

We caught up with New York City native, Sari Imberman and her Portuguese "NOT" Water Dog, Taco  just after Thanksgiving in Gramercy Park to get some tips on raising a city dog and learned about when Taco christened a baby.

Whistle: Tell me a little...

Read more | Tags: overheard at whistle whistle walks  | 1/16/2015
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Worlds Colliding

I've always been a dog lover and a tech person. And now, Whistle is making those my two passions collide. It was quite some time ago, I was browsing Google+ and noticed a green icon sharing countdown posts. I had no clue what it was or what was going...

Read more | Tags: overheard at whistle pet parenting  | 9/5/2013
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An Oceanographer and Her Dog

Tina Haskins, one of Whistle's Community Members, shares what interests her most about the Whistle Activity Monitor for her dog:

As an oceanographer, I love data. Data can tell me what the ocean is doing, or even predict what the ocean will do. Data...

Read more | Tags: overheard at whistle  | 8/9/2013
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Dogs on the Internet

I've often wondered about what dogs are up to while we're not looking. Are they actually secret agents fighting against the cat menace, like in the film "Cats & Dogs"? Well, probably not. But thanks to Whistle, we can now know what our best friends...

Read more | Tags: for fun overheard at whistle  | 7/10/2013
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Loving Pets, It's Not Complicated

We have an unspoken understanding here at Whistle — dogs first, humans second. I realize that sounds like a PSA with an unexpected twist, so let me explain. When my teammates and I arrive at the office each morning, we first say hi to the dogs (once...

Read more | Tags: overheard at whistle  | 5/30/2013