Some dogs love to go for walks, with or without their owners. This can be a problem for many pet owners, especially if you want the animal to come back, and they choose to run. If this describes your life, you should get a Dog GPS.
No longer worry about them getting out when you are not looking, or slipping away from a family member when you are out of town. If this happens, just pull up their location the unit provides you, and go get them. These units are fast, simple, and easy to use. You can pull up their location on your home computer, laptop, or even cell phone.
No longer worry about where you dog is, or what they are getting into when you go for a hike and lose sight of them. You will always have their location at your fingertips so you can find them easily and be worry free.
Technology has advanced to the point where a tracking unit is small enough to fit on a dog collar. At this rate, these things will be so small and accessible that everyone animal will have one. For right now though, just be happy that you no longer have to watch your dog every minute of every day.
Dogs don’t have the ability to tell time like people do, so even if you are gone for five minutes, or five hours, it seem like the same amount of time to your dog. Some dogs can have a habit of going to look for their owners if a family friend lets them out during the day. This can be disastrous if they should slip away and start running to look for you. While people can be very fast runners, dogs have an advantage because they have two more legs than humans have. Some dogs are bred to be fast runners, and can make even the best Olympic sprinter race harder and faster than they ever have before.
In the unfortunate circumstance where your dog does get out, you can pull up his location on your computer to start your rescue mission, and can keep track of it on your cell phone until you find them. It is essential that your pet always wears a collar with an identification tag with your name and phone number at all times. That way, even if you are tracking him, if a passerby finds them, they can call you and hold them for you until you get there. It is always a good idea to notify any local veterinarian offices as well as animal shelters of your missing animal, so they can notify you if they are turned in by a good Samaritan as well.
It is quite common nowadays to implant a micro chip in your pet. This a very easy procedure that doesn’t really hurt your animal. A small prick will implant an itty bitty microchip right under the skin that can be scanned to pull up the owner’s information so that the animal can be returned as soon as possible. Many animal shelters require animals to have this implant before they can be adopted.
Dog GPS units range in price from extremely budget friendly to top of the line. There is one perfect for every dog owner. Most of these products must be recharged after about fifteen hours of use, which is probably more than you get out of your cell phone.
We do not want to lose our dog. We can’t stand the panic and sad feeling. That is why we got a Dog GPS. The GPS Dog Collar will save you from the pain of losing your dog. It will help keep your dog safe and away from harm.
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