The company announced Thursday that Americans can buy "Aibo", which begins in September.
This year marks the first time Aibo has been on American soil since 2006.
The robot debuted in Japan in the 1990s, but cheaper robots in the market changed it aside.
The latest version is equipped with face recognition technology and artificial intelligence, which means it can develop a different personality – something that can help Sony achieve its goal of making it a good companion for its owners.
Sony has sold 20,000 of the latest Aibo since it was launched in Japan seven months ago.
The robo dog fits into the company's broader investment in AI and robotics, "said Cheryl Goodman, head of corporate communications in Sony North America.
But it will only be available in the United States for a limited time.
And it does not come cheap. If you want to hit one while it is here, it will set you back $ 2,899.
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