In this post I am going to tell you a little about GPS systems for your dog.
If your anything like me, one of my biggest fears is coming home to find my best mate gone.
Escaped out and lost in the big wide world.
You know your little buddy will fill your life with joy, but they don’t always make good decisions.
It is far to easy for them to accidentally get away from you.
Not a lot of dogs can manage to find their way home once they’ve enter the world outside of their comfort zone.
If you really love your dog and she has an attendance to go walk about and want to find her again you should take a serious look and invest in a GPS tracking device.
This technology was first developed by the military as a means of creating tactical plans during combat situations.
A system of satellites receive the signal emitted by the activated tracker and then report the location of said signal back to base.
This great technology has now made its way onto the market so people like you and me can have access to it too.
This same technology that works to help you find your way around town can be used to track down any of your dog if she runs off or worse, taken from the yard.
It will essentially work just like lo jack. If they run off you can contact the company and activate the little marker.
You can have a tracker placed in their collar or your veterinarian can inject a little tracker under their skin during an examination.
It’s usually quick cost effective as well, especially considering the pain of losing your og and explaining that to the kids later on.
This is just a start into the world of GPS for dogs.
If you know your dog loves to get out and run when does and don’t want to spend all afternoon driving around searching you should at least look at your GPS options.