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This Brilliant collector is the cleanest, most dog-friendly and last dog poop collector you will ever buy!
This Brilliant collector is the cleanest, most dog-friendly and last dog poop collector you will ever buy!
650 backers pledged $35,910 to help bring this project to life.

Improvements and new features

Posted by Ran (Collaborator)
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Dear Piqapoo Backers,

We want to thank you for your continuous support and inform you that we are working hard on completing the Piqapoo line of products to your satisfaction.

Over the course of the campaign, we received strong feedback that Piqapoo is the only solution that allows the visually impaired to collect the waste of their service dogs. In response, we have added a number of features so they may manage Piqapoo more easily.

In addition to these features, we are improving the design and several product functions to be more comfortable for your dog and easy to use.

Due to these improvements and new features, we will be ready to ship at the end of June 2017.

Get ready, because the Piqapoo clean street revolution will soon hit the streets.

Best,

Piqapoo Team.

Yaakov Maman, Genadi kozakevich, and 6 more people like this update.

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    1. Gideon Hazan Creator on

      Thank you Marsha, and good luck with your new service dog!
      We'll be posting further updates soon

    2. Marsha Tyszler
      Superbacker
      on

      Sounds great! Perhaps you can show us the differences between the old version and newly improved one soon. I'm curious to see what kinds of changes you've made to the design.

      I agree that Piqapoo may be a huge deal for those with visual disabilities who use guide dogs. I'm physically disabled with a chronic pain syndrome and am getting a service dog this coming June. At times, I'm certain Piqapoo will be a lifesaver when I can't physically bend or take the dog outside in horrible weather.

      Physical disabilities can drastically differ, and for those that don't have hand and arm dexterity to easily open the Piqapoo to put it on and take it off of their service dog, perhaps you can work on a future version that can help that sort of situation. Maybe it could be placed on the ground via a long stick, the handler can command their service dog to sit on it, and it automatically attaches to the dog's tush! Or maybe a Piqapoo that attaches to a person's wheelchair, scooter, crutches, etc. rather than the dog's tail, and then it lowers so the dog can do its business, and then it raises when the dog is done. There are lots of possible designs that can help in various situations.

      Thanks for the update!