I will probably always remember the last night of 2011. I tried to entice a lost dog to come to me so that I could read her tags and call her owner, but she was fearful and ran away. I called the animal rescue, but it was closed, of course, and all I could do was hope... I guess, just like the owner. But if the owner had outfitted the dog with one of the new Tagg™ digital trackers, he would have been alerted that she was not at home anymore...
Pug wears a red Tagg Tracker, one of four available colors: ©2011 Snaptracs, Inc., a Qualcomm company
You should also Tagg track your cats: ©2011 Snaptracs, Inc., a Qualcomm company
The Tag Tracker, a lightweight GPS device that attaches to a dog or
cat's collar, sends the pet's owner an email or text alert when the pet
wanders (or digs, or jumps, or runs) out of the owner's predetermined
comfort zone. Then, the owner can find out exactly where his pet is on
the Tracker map, visible from a computer, GPS, or smart phone device.
TAGG The Pet Tracker attaches easily to a pet collar via a speical clip that comes with the Tracker: ©2011 Snaptracs, Inc., a Qualcomm company
TAGG The Pet Tracker docking station: ©2011 Snaptracs, Inc., a Qualcomm company
The Tagg should give assurance and comfort to cat and dog owners. Look how easy it is to use....
The Tagg, now performing at its second Las Vegas Computer Electronic Show (CES), is now on the market. Developed by a subsidiary of Qualcomm and marketed by electronic distributor, Audiovox, Tagg The Tracker can be purchased here!
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