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Whistle Finds $6M In Funding For Connected Pets

San Francisco-based Whistle, which develops an connected device for dogs which monitors the health of dogs, and makes that data available to owners on their smartphones and the Internet, has raised $6M in a funding and launched its product. The firm's Series A included DCM Ventures and others. Jason Krikorian (DCM, formerly of Sling) joins the company's board with the funding. Whistle's device costs $99.95 and tracks how often dogs are walking, playing, resting, and other activity to help owners measure their dog's health.


 

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