Here’s A Quick Way To Find Your Lost Dog

Since it’s so easy to equip electronic devices like PDAs and cell phones with GPS devices, it makes sense that other seemingly non-related units could be similarly augmented. However, perhaps the fact that dog collars now come complete with GPS units will come as a bit of surprise to some. Nonetheless, it’s true!

Check this cute dog

If you’re a pet owner and you’ve ever had trouble with your pet running off, you know what a scary and inconvenient process it can be to find the animal. But with a GPS-enabled collar, you’ll always know exactly where to find your beloved Fido.

Seeing four paws everywhere

RoamEO systems allow pet owners and animal lovers the world over to locate their animals using the miracle of GPS! With a GPS-equipped animal collar that looks much like a standard collar, RoamEO can precisely indicate an animal’s exact location. The whereabouts of your four legged family member is displayed on an accompanying device that receives the collar’s transmission signal. For the big-time animal lover, the handheld device can track as many as three dogs at the same time.

Tracking Fido and Fifi in a certain radius

The device works within a one mile radius of the handheld unit’s location, and a reassuring and useful GPS Fence feature allow the dog owner the chance to establish a defined perimeter. This way, an audible alarm will sound if the pet is ever to exit the boundaries the owner has defined.

Plus, the tracking distance of the pet, the dog’s velocity (another fun bit of information), and its movement are all displayed in color on an LCD screen. There’s no activation fee, no monthly usage charges, and no cell phone subscription or anything of that nature required. For animal owners who may not be terribly tech savvy, the RoamEO GPS Pet Locator is also ready to use right out of the box.

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