Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Joy of Creativity - The New "Pixenator 5000"

It has been about 6 weeks since my life changing tail surgery and I have had a lot of time on my paws, in between sleeping, resting, healing and hanging out with Mommy when she works from home. I became very used to my neck pillow that I've had to wear to keep me from touching my tail. At first it was a hindrance, but I got used to it and it is a comfort to me now. However, I made a magical discovery recently, that might just change the world for us dogs.
It all started when Mommy decided to do some laundry. She had given me a break from wearing the neck pillow and asked me if I'd like to help her do some laundry. Of course I said yes. Little did I know that she was going to wash some of my toys. "What if one gets lost?" I asked as I inspected to see that all of them were there. "And what if one of them goes where all the lost socks go?" I pleaded with her to reconsider. Mommy reassured me that nothing bad would happen, and promised we would make sure ALL toys were accounted for when they were all done. It got me to thinking of how prevent toys from getting lost...
Introducing the new "Pixenator 5000", the first and only toy holding utility collar. The velcro holds onto your favorite toy beautifully. The toy goes wherever you go, is always by your side, and if you have an urge to play, all you need to do is turn your head a little and grab it! You can even eat and drink with with your toy attached, and it stays put the entire time.

Not since the the Swiss Army Knife or sliced bread has there been something so revolutionary. We spent some time load testing to see how many toys could be comfortably carried on this amazing utility collar. At one point during testing, I heard something outside the window. I was pretty sure they were spies from some "As seen on TV" group, wanting to steal my idea. I suggested we get an electronic fence, dig a moat and maybe get alligators. This invention is far too important for all of dog kind!
Operators are standing by, so call now and get your own "Pixenator 5000" today! Okay, no operators are standing by, but I am planning a pitch to "Shark Tank" TV show and need to practice my selling points. We've spent part of this weekend testing it out some more. I discovered Saturday that not every single toy can be attached, so I'll need stronger velcro.

Below is one of my first tests to see how well the Pixenator 5000 works while eating. Not bad for my first prototype!

Stay tuned for more Pixenator 5000 updates. Field trials are coming soon!