Allows you to view the status of the GPS Collar for each dog, the ID for your Handheld Device, and a list of the dogs being tracked.
If you’re like most dog owners, your pet is part of the family. And just like the rest of your family, that means caring for your dog’s safety is very important. But dogs will be dogs and despite your best precautions sometimes even the best trained pets wander off in search of adventure. That’s when the RoamEO SeekR pet tracking system can help. Using precise location data from the GPS-enabled device attached to your dog’s existing collar, the RoamEO SeekR tracks your dog in any environment to bring them home safely. Reuniting with your best friend just got easier.
It always sounds a little “preachy” to list the steps to take before a dog goes missing in an article about finding a lost dog but in this case, if you are going to take advantage of using GPS trackers for dogs, the GPS collar will need to be on the dog. Most GPS dog collars are designed to have batteries that last for several days – if possible, leave your GPS dog tracker on the collar even though you are not actively tracking your dog. Some dogs are opportunistic, and will bolt out an open door (perhaps family has arrived and opens the door as they normally do), and if the GPS tracker isn’t on the dog….it won’t be able to help find him. Recharging dog tracking collars should usually take place at night, while you and your dog are sleeping.
Garmin T5 Additional GPS Dog Tracking Collar
Garmin TT15 Additional GPS Dog Tracking / Training Collar
We started with a simple premise: the most important feature for a pet tracking system should be tracking. Sure, sometimes it’s nice to have a system tell you how many steps your dog took last Thursday and it can be fun to watch video from a camera on your dog’s collar. But when your dog is missing, isn’t tracking the one feature you want your pet tracker to do really well? Using this premise to guide our design, PetTronix set out to create a best-in-class pet location system with the sole utility of being able to track your dog quickly and accurately. The result was the RoamEO SeekR, a reliable GPS dog tracking system that transmits an unlimited amount of location data without restrictions or a .With the TEK Series, SportDOG Brand® introduces the first combination GPS Tracking/E-Collar Training collar to hit the sporting dog market. Train and track up to 12 dogs from up to 7 miles away.The Garmin Astro Dog GPS system shows you exactly where your dog is. The Astro has the same range limitations that tracking collars have because radio signals will only go so far. As long as you can pick up the signal, you know the exact distance between you and your dog and what he is doing (pointing or running).As viewers of any TV crime show know, the sooner you are on the case of your lost dog, the better. When you receive a geo-fence alert or you become aware that your dog is missing, change your RoamEO SeekR to active tracking. This causes the GPS collar on your dog to send out nearly continuous location reports. Next, you will need to make a decision on whether or not to follow your dog on foot or to get into a car. Most dogs don’t range much more than one mile from home, depending on the weather or what led them off in the first place. However, if your dog travels fast and far, you may want to consider starting your search in your car.