I’ve been building a mobile vet for the past six years and have seen it grow from a simple box at the side of my truck to a custom-built piece of art that attracts the eye and makes you feel like your pet is the most important thing in the world. I’ve even received a few compliments on the design of the mobile vet and I’m hoping the same will happen for my newest creation.
Acorn Mobile Vet is a mobile vet that will eventually be installed in your car. It has two types of sensors that will monitor your pet’s activity in your vehicle. These include an accelerometer, which will monitor any movement your pet makes as well as an ambient light sensor that will measure how much light your pet is exposed to. Its built-in speaker will alert you if your pet has been in an accident or is doing something that will annoy you.
The concept of the vet is to be able to tell you something about your pet’s activity in your car, but the biggest piece of this is the ambient light sensor. This will be able to detect any light that your pet is exposed to, whether it’s from the sun, a light bulb, or a street lamp. Acorn will alert you if the ambient light sensor detects an increase in light.
It’s a cool concept, but it needs to be used in conjunction with a dog door that is able to detect and alert you if your pet is in the room. If it senses a problem with your dog’s activity, the dog door will lock automatically.
The dog door is the least of our problems, because the ambient light sensor doesn’t work. The dog door is actually the issue because if your dog is in the room, the ambient light sensor will not detect that you’re there, and so it will lock it. All that means is that your dog will have to stand in the middle of the room and wait for the ambient light sensor to turn itself on again.
The dog door is pretty good for dogs that are not so smart. If your dog is the smartest pet in the world, you might want to consider getting a dog door for it.
The ambient light sensor is the key issue. It’s a little known fact that the ambient light sensor doesn’t work in dogs. And I have seen that happen to myself. I don’t know how many people have had that happen to them, but I’ve had it happen to me. It happened when I moved from Georgia to Florida because the state I moved to had a law requiring dogs to be kept on a lead when in public.
In this case, the ambient light sensor is not the issue. The issue is the lack of a dog door. You know what would be awesome? An acorn mobile vet just like the one my sister got for me. We have so much to learn about dogs and this is an opportunity to do it.
I had a cat that would hide all day in my desk drawer. If you would have told me that a year ago, I would have laughed you out of the room. Until that point, I had no idea how to keep cats in the house, let alone keep them from leaving because they weren’t allowed. I had tried everything from just putting the cat on the end of my bed with me, so I knew he wouldn’t stay.
It’s a cat that only stayed in my desk drawer for the past year because he knows I was hiding something in there. What was I hiding? A cat. A cat that wasnt going to leave my bed. So I tried to keep him in there, but he wouldnt stay. I thought that I had solved my mystery. But then, suddenly, I had to get rid of him.