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Best Friends Pet Care Extends Video Chat Services


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Best Friends is adding PetChatz video chat services to more of its centers.

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Best Friends Pet Care’s Pet Hotel is adding video chat services to more of its centers through an expanded partnership with PetChatz. Best Friends started offering PetChatz Greet & Treat videophones within select hotel suites in 2016. Based on positive feedback, Best Friends will be adding PetChatz to new locations over the coming months.

“PetChatz is an excellent complement to our state-of-the-art facilities and luxury pet suites,” said Jared Pinsker, CEO of Best Friends Pet Hotel. “The integration of PetChatz into select locations give our customers more value, convenience, and yet another way to enrich their pet’s stay at our hotels.”

PetChatz allows pet owners to check in with their pets from anywhere, anytime via their smartphones, tablets or PCs. Pet owners can have two-way video chats with, dispense treats and provide aromatherapy to their pets.

“There’s a peace of mind that comes from knowing our pets feel secure and happy while we’re away,” said Lisa Lavin, founder and CEO of PetChatz, a division of Anser Innovation in Minneapolis. “We created PetChatz to ease the anxiety that occurs when parents and pets are separated. Our partnership with Best Friends Pet Hotel is a perfect match because together, we give parents a trusted, reliable, one-stop solution to ensuring the comfort and safety of their pets while traveling.”

Best Friends, which is based in Kent, Wash., has 30 centers in 15 states, including on site at Walt Disney World Resort.

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