Gary from Jefferson City, Missouri wants a GPS tracking system for his pets. He recently lost his dog Kiwi in a rural area with coyotes. Luckily, a neighbor found Kiwi — but Gary doesn’t want to ever lose her again. I suggested two different gadgets:
Dogtra Pathfinder: With a built-in GPS feature that works with Google Maps, this collar has a four-mile range. It also comes with a tracking mode and a two-second GPS update rate. You even get access to an offline maps mode if you’re in a rural area with a spotty internet connection. When you lose your dog, every second counts in the search. That’s why this gadget makes a big difference!
Garmin Delta Dog Bundle: In this bundle, you’re getting three devices for the price of one. It comes with a dog collar bundle plus a hunting dummy bumper. You can use four training buttons to train your dog. You also get remote control of LED beacon lights on the dog device. That means you can see your dog even if he or she is 100 yards away. It’s super nifty if you have a hunting dog who tends to run out of sight.
Another good way to keep track of your dog is with an Apple AirTag. That’s right: The Bluetooth tracking devices made to help you remember where you put your keys also help you find your dog. Here are 10 clever new ways to use the trackers.
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