Three new ways to watch your pet’s health
You spoke. We listened!
And we’re thrilled to add 3 new ways you can view your pet's health insights to learn more about your fur baby so they can lead happier, healthier lives.
Let’s get you in there.
From the Health Tab in the Whistle app, you’ll now find:
1) View weekly and monthly behaviors.
Dive into weekly and monthly charts to see average activity and even discover when a behavior first started to change or improve.
2) Scrub for more data.
3) Timelines show trends.
See when your dog went to sleep, woke up, and if their sleep was disrupted during the night. To spot trends, disruptions can be scaled in the timeline.
Your pet’s health and well-being are paramount to us — so we can’t wait to hear what you think of these new Whistle feature enhancements. Tag #PetsLoveWhistle on social media to share your thoughts.
Meanwhile, please give your pet a good belly rub from us.
*Receive up to 30% off select Whistle device bundles while supplies last or by 11/30/22 at 11:59PM PT on whistle.com. Offer is nontransferable. Not valid on previous purchases, purchases of accessories, replacement parts, or shipping & handling charges. Cannot be used in conjunction with other codes. Whistle™ may modify or cancel this offer at any time.
Sign up to get updates on products, discounts, and pet parenting insights. This month, you'll be entered in a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.
If you experience any technical issues within one year of purchase, we'll troubleshoot and replace the device without charge if necessary.
Read more on our FAQ page
Track licking, scratching, eating, drinking, and sleeping to get a comprehensive picture of your pet’s health.
Set personalized activity goals based on breed, weight, and age. Track distance traveled, calories burned, and hours of rest.
Know your pet’s exact location with GPS tracking powered by AT&T's 4G LTE-M network. Subscription plan required.
Ask a vet
Have a pet care question? Get free access to vet expertise through chat, call, video, and email.
Get a detailed breakdown of their day to see when they were resting, playing, and exercising.
Find out exactly how much food to give them based on their breed, weight, age, and brand of dog food.