The search giant is introducing a new service to help pets find homes.
Google Assistant is now available on the Play Store, where it will allow pets to help the company save their homes.
It’s also available on Google Home, Google Assistant’s connected speaker.
The service works by sending a voice message to the device.
If a pet says something like, “My pet is missing,” it can help Google get the address for their pet’s home.
Google Home can also play a video of the pet’s whereabouts, which will then help Google add it to the Home’s pet feed.
This is similar to the way Pets.com and Google’s pet insurance service WorkCover do.
The Google Assistant can also tell the user to send a text message to help Google locate a missing pet, and it can be used to alert them if a person is missing a pet.
It also has the ability to search through the pet feeds to find pets that need to be added to a pet’s account.
The Google Assistant has already been in the hands of pet owners in the US.
Earlier this month, the company rolled out an Assistant-powered pet feeder service in the UK.
Pet owners can also turn on the Google Assistant and say, “Play Google Assistant,” or “Add pet to Home,” to access the new feature.
The feature was recently updated for iOS and Android in the App Store, and will be coming to the Google Home in a future update.
The Pet Food Bank in the U.K. is also partnering with Google Assistant to provide pets with a place to feed their pets.
It is currently offering pet-friendly pet food from the UK’s largest food bank, The Petfood Bank, and other major pet food brands, and Pet Food Co. Pet Food Company has already launched a pet-friendlier service in their own marketplace.