Introducing..the TERRIER TRANSLATOR
invented by Abby Bacall
Have you ever wanted to know what your pet was saying? With the Terrier Translator, now you can. It allows you to understand what animals are saying.
What Is The Invention?
My invention is a collar that translates animal sounds into human languages. It is a regular collar, with a small speaker attached. When the animal makes a noise, the voice is delayed so you don't hear the bark and the translation at the same time.
How This Invention Works
The Terrier Translator works by sensing the pitches and vibrations in the animal's voice box. Then, it interprets the vibrations/pitches into general thoughts or feelings. For example, my dog is ALWAYS barking at a cat, bunny, squirrel, or mailman. My family thinks she's just barking. But, she could be trying to tell us something. She could be trying to say this: "He stole my toy." Or: "He's an undercover agent! We have to stop him!" We have to find out. The only way is the Terrier Translator!
Where to buy?
This invention's cost would range from $150 - $200. Size of product determines cost. You would buy in Petco, Wal-mart, and your nearby pet stores.
If this product breaks because of a shipping mishap or faulty construction within 1 year, you can either receive a new one or get your money back. This does not not include purposeful or accidental destruction on your part, such as dropping, lighting on fire, or crushing.
About the Inventor
My name is Abby Bacall and I am the inventor of the Terrier Translator. I currently attend Brookside Place Elementary School. I was born on April 20th, 2004. My favorite animal is a dog, which is the reason why the Terrier Translator was originally only dogs. I like blue, clear, and green. My hobbies are reading, writing, and drawing.