Gadgets, apps and plenty of other shiny things you probably don’t need– Cellular Chloe is here to share the latest and greatest wireless wonders!
If you have a pet, hopefully you are like me, and treat it like a part of your family. Well, why wouldn’t you? They are easier to train than your kids, they don’t talk back like your spouse and they are always genuinely happy to see you. The only drawback is feeding them and you’d have to feed another member of your family anyway but it’s all in return for unconditional love, all the time. So you wouldn’t want that to go missing, right?
Just recently a woman in the Hartford area came home to her house burglarized and her beloved dogs missing. If you are an animal person, you can imagine how heartbreaking that is.
Because of all the fascinating technology available, there are ways to track and locate your pet. It’s easy enough to track phones as they have GPS built-in but it’s becoming increasingly easier to tack all kinds of things, luggage, your wallet, a bicycle, why not your pet? Tagg offers a great solution in the form of a tracker that attaches right to your pet’s collar.
The Tagg™ pet tracking system allows you to track your pet’s location and activity from your computer or right on your mobile device. You can see where your dog is or monitor his activity levels 24/7. The lightweight pet tracker attaches to your pet’s existing collar, and is designed to be worn at all times, even while swimming. It turns your existing collar into a gps collar for your pet!
Imagine you are at work and someone calls and says they think they saw your dog running around your neighborhood. Unlike a microchip, which won’t alert you if your pet is lost, Tagg is a GPS pet tracker that sends you a text and/or email (depending on the preferences you set) when your pet gets out so you can locate him right away. If you get a call like that you can look on your mobile device and know that your pet is home safe and sound.
With the built-in activity tracker, you can monitor your pet’s activity levels and spot long-term trends. Veterinarians recommend that dogs get 30-60 minutes exercise a day. Tagg allows you to determine if your dog is getting enough, so you can be proactive about his health.
I love Tagg for the occasions when I have to send me dog to a kennel or have a pet sitter, I can make sure they are providing the exercise I requested. It’s like having a nanny-cam (without the actual video) attached to your pet!
Give yourself some piece of mind and start tracking your pet.
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