Go to https://www.voicefirstdogsitter.com/app to manage more information about your dog
The skill Dog Sitter will remember all your dog's information so it can be available when you need it on your Alexa devices.
Imagine leaving your dog at home. Make the dog sitter’s life easier by allowing him to ask Alexa about the feeding routine. Make your dog happier when the person who takes care of him follows the same steps as you always do.
Use the Alexa skill to: - Remember your dog's name - Add information about the feeding schedule - Listen about how to feed your dog according to the information added in the feeding schedules. - Tell you the basic information of your dog, such as date of birth and breed. - Tell you the name of the dogs you have added. - Track the last time you fed your dog
Click the "Enable" button or say "Alexa, open Dog Sitter” to open the skill.
then try asking…
To add your dog’s name say: “Remember my dog Nina” (If your dog is called Nina :-) ) Or just say: “Remember my dog”
To add information about his feeding schedule, say: “Remember Nina feeding schedule” Or based on the meal say: “Alexa, tell Dog Sitter Nina eats 30 grams at breakfast”
To learn how to feed Nina say: “How do I feed Nina?” Or “How do I feed my dog at breakfast?”
To find out about your dog, say: "What can you tell me about Nina?"
To know the dogs you have added, say: "List the name of my dogs"
To report that your dog has been fed just say: “Remember I have fed the dog” or “Remember Nina is eating”
To find out the last time you fed the dog say: “When did I feed the dog” or “What time Nina ate?”
Try it and tell us what you think.
You will be asked to register or log in to Voice First Dog Sitter, so we can remember your dog's information. You can also add or modify the data from the complementary web application at https://www.voicefirstdogsitter.com/
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