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Prevent Losing Your Dog

Losing your furry friend is every pet owner's nightmare. The mere thought of your dog wandering the streets alone and facing the dangers of traffic and wild animals can be heart-wrenching. Unfortunately, some dog breeds are more prone to straying than others, making them even harder to keep track of.

Even the most responsible pet owners may find themselves in this situation, whether it’s due to an escape, an accident, or a mistake.

Finding your lost dog quickly is crucial for their safety and wellbeing. When a pet is lost, time is of the essence. After nightfall, the chances of finding them safe and alive decreases significantly, as they become more vulnerable to the cold and dangers of the environment. However, there is a solution that can help you keep tabs on your furry friend and ease your worries.

Thanks to technological advancements, GPS tracking devices can now be used to keep track of your pet's whereabouts. The system uses satellite technology to pinpoint your pet's location, allowing you to keep track of them in real-time. With a GPS tracking device attached to your dog's collar, you can monitor their movements using your phone or laptop. It’s a personalized system that lets you set specific parameters and safe zones for your pet, so you’ll receive alerts whenever they leave a designated area. And no

If you're on a budget or just looking for a more affordable alternative to a GPS tracker, consider using an Apple AirTag. At just $29, it's a cost-effective way to keep track of your pet's movements. The AirTag is a small, lightweight device that can be attached to your pet's collar, allowing you to monitor their location in real-time. You can easily track your dog's whereabouts using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. With the Find My app, you'll be able to see your pet's location on a map and receive notifications if they leave a designated area. You'll just want to make sure it's working properly before relying on it to locate your best friend. We recommend this to all of our clients and have an AirTag on all our dogs and our cat.

Although GPS tracking is a useful tool, it’s essential to remember that it's not a substitute for proper pet training. It's crucial to ensure that your pet has basic obedience training so that they can be safely and easily found when lost. GPS tracking can complement training by providing an extra layer of protection for your furry friend.


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