Newly developed patch to measure pet's stress
There's a lot of talk about stressed out humans, and now a company in Japan reportedly claims it has a product that can tell if Tabby or Fido are wound a little to tightly.
The Nikkei (nee-kay) Weekly reports the firm, Medical Life Care Giken, has developed a paw patch that it says detects excessive sweat secretion, which is believed to be a sign of stress.
The round, pin-sized patch is applied to the center pad of the animal's paw and changes color depending on how sweaty the pet is.
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