Tagg—The Pet Tracker™
By SnapTracs, Inc.
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Tagg—The Pet Tracker™ helps you see where your dog is and monitor her activity levels 24/7.
FIND YOUR LOST PET NOW
Quickly find your pet on a map, track where she’s going, and get driving directions to her current location—right from your iPhone.
MONITOR YOUR PET’S ACTIVITY LEVELS
Keep track of your pet’s daily activity with the new Activity Tracking feature. Detailed, easy-to-use charts will give you a complete picture so you and your vet can make informed decisions about your pet’s exercise and health.
GET ALERTS IF YOUR PET ESCAPES
The Tagg™ pet tracking system uses advanced GPS and wireless tracking technology that lets you see where your pet is at any time. If she ever leaves her designated Tagg zone, you receive an alert through the Tagg app (plus text and email), so you can quickly pinpoint your pet on a map, track, and find her.
WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION 2.0
•Activity Tracking – monitor your pet’s daily activity levels
•Customize alerts for yourself and contacts
•Receive key alerts as push notifications
•Community tab to connect with Tagg on Facebook
•App redesigned to enhance experience
This app works seamlessly with the Tagg pet tracking system. You can buy the required hardware in the Apple store or at Apple.com.
The lightweight Tagg tracker easily attaches to your pet’s existing collar and is designed to be worn at all times, even while swimming.
To learn more about Tagg—The Pet Tracker, go to tagg.com.
What's New in Version 2.0
• Activity Tracking – monitor your pet’s daily activity levels
• Customize alerts for yourself and contacts
• Receive key alerts as push notifications
• Community tab to connect with Tagg on Facebook
• App redesigned to enhance experience
I lost my dog during the playoffs. The seahawks won, and all my crazy Seahawk neighbors sent off fireworks. I did not think for a second that there would be fireworks going off after the game. My dog was in my yard at the start of the game. When the game finished she was not in the yard. I spent 24 hours looking for her. spent $200 at fedex running off posters and flyers to hand out to people. I spent 24 hours straight looking for her. I was lucky enough a little girl found my dog and saw all of my posters everywhere and returned my dog to me. However, some people may not be that lucky if their pet goes missing. Right after I got my dog back I decided to buy Tagg. Already this has saved me many hours of looking for my dog. My dog has gotten out three times in the short time I have had Tagg. Every time Tagg has texted me she left my yard and gave me exactly where my dog was and driving directions to her. I highly recommend this product! It gives you peace of mind and a security net if your dog does get out and goes missing. You can readily find them and know exactly where they are. Well worth the investment. It`s a life saver.
The reason why I gave it 1 star is because when you look on the map to see where your pet is at it. It's not right. For example my dog is in the garage right now but it is saying that she is next door in there backyard. And it keeps moving. It never shows where my dog is actually at. This app need to be fixed. The only reason why I bought the tagg system is to see where my dog is at all times. I spent a lot of money just to see where my dog is located at and yes it helps me if or when my dog gets lose to find her, but 99% is to see where exactly she is at, and this app doesn't help with that the only way to see exactly where she is, is by using my computer. But I am hardly on my computer at all. That why I depend on the app to see where she is. This app need a lot of work to make sure you can see you pet at the right spot. And also the reason why it needs to be fix is because my alarm keeps going off even though she is in her tagg zone. It keeps telling me that she is out of it. So in the end they need to fix this app for it to be a great product.
I bought this tracking device for my dog because he's old, doesn't hear well or have the best eyesight, but likes to wander and has escaped our fenced in yard several times. But, by the time I am notified as to where he is, he is about 2 blocks away & the location is inaccurate, so I still spend a long time searching for him. I live in town, but have a large yard, yet the smallest perimeter I can make for his "home base" extends several houses over in each direction. I am unable to make the perimeter just my yard, which is why he is usually 2 blocks away before I realize he has escaped again. And I just had to use it the other day to find him, but put in the wrong password, however, it didn't let me know that was the problem. Instead it just kept sitting at the logging in screen, and I thought my phone had bad service, so when I really needed it, I wasn't able to use it anyways until he would move enough that I would get another text. It's a great concept, and I think with a few improvements, it could be an awesome device.