Join Date: Oct 2010
Dogs Name: Rudy, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Comet...all RIP. Ruger and Miss Tootsie D
Titles: Best Friends
Dogs Age: 10/10/10, 12/28/06
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I just saw this thread, and I have the Tagg tracker. I bought it around 2 or 3 weeks ago. It works great! You can set up both email and text messages as to when your dog leaves the "tagg zone" (ie your home)
Another thing it offers is activity tracking. That part of the tracker was just launched, and I have tracked Rugers activity level for the past 2 days. Very interesting! I was going to post a thread about this and if anyone knows what activity level a doberman should fall under. Both days so far, Ruger has fallen under the Highly active level. This doesn't surprise me at all. However, I was able to see that my husband did not give him the exercise that he needs when I wasn't home last night. Kind of checked up on both of them...both couch potatos when I'm not there to get them up and moving!
All in all, I think the Tagg Tracker is a good thing. He is chipped also, but someone has to find him, then take him in to get scanned. With this, I get a text telling me he is out of his area, and then I can log on with my computer or phone and it will locate him on a real time map. AND give you driving directions to get to him. I'll update after a few weeks of tracking.
Cheryl In our hearts forever.