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Retrieva GPS Dog Collar Helps Locate Lost Pooch

Posted on September 19, 2011

Pet dogs used to have microchips containing owner’s information implanted into their skin so the animals can be traced to their homes in case they get lost. Nowadays, GPS can also be used to track where their pets roam. The Retrieva GPS dog tracker is a collar with three years of research and development, promising that it can outperform any other tracking product for pets.

The makers of Retrieva assures dog owners that their tracking and anti-theft collar can do what other similar devices failed to do. This waterproof gadget can provide live tracking and location data straight to the owner’s smartphone, iPad, or computer. Retrieva can plot itself on digitally-enhanced topographical mapping or satellite mapping images.

Apart from location tracking, this collar alerts the owner if the dog decides to leave home without their knowledge. It also features a power management system that makes this device last between five to seven days before recharging, unlike similar tracking devices that forces owners to charge it every day.

Retrieva also makes it difficult to remove by anyone other than the owner, even alerting them if such an attempt is taking place. There is also a personal panic button found on the buckle, which sends location data to selected phones or e-mail addresses.

The Retrieva GPS dog collar can be purchased or rented on its official site. Check it out for pricing range and shipping options.

Source: TechCrunch



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good info, thanks.... gadget device
Terry on September 20, 2011 at 2:15 am

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