Garmin make the best sporting dog GPS collars and tracking devices.
The Nuzzle has a bigger upfront price than most other GPS dog collars, but there’s no monthly subscription fee.
Paying enough for data plans already? The RoamEO SeekR locates your dog using the latest high sensitivity GPS technology but without the need for third party services and costly subscription plans. A GPS-enabled device attached to your dog’s collar generates precision location data, guiding you to your pet quickly and easily. No monthly data charges, no annual contracts.
It used to be that you had to hope that an ID tag on your dog’s collar and a backyard fence would keep them from wandering too far from your home. But today, there’s a much better option: GPS dog collars.
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SportDOG TEK GPS + Ecollar System
With the TEK Series, SportDOG Brand® introduces the first combination GPS Tracking/E-Collar Training collar to hit the sporting dog market. Train and track up to 12 dogs from up to 7 miles away.The Astro offers a variety of GPS collars intended for hunting dogs. They combine GPS with portable invisible boundaries, training features, and capability for tracking up to 10 dogs. This setup is designed for Bird Hunting Dogs. Not so much for the Urban Pets. With the TEK 2.0 Series, SportDOG Brand® introduces the most accurate and reliable GPS Tracking/E-Collar Training collar to hit the sporting dog market. Train and track up to 21 dogs from up to 10 miles away.Getting a GPS dog collar, with an engraved ID tag for good measure, is a great way to protect your pet and keep them safe. The faster you find them, the less likely they are to get hurt if they wander too far and can’t find their way back. Knowing that their collar has a location tracker inside it can give you some much-needed peace of mind when you let your dog outside in the backyard unsupervised.Today, GPS is ubiquitous, it’s affordable, and GPS location trackers are smaller than ever before. Dog collars with implanted GPS trackers are affordable, widely available, and well worth the investment. They’re quite similar to the GPS trackers used to track wildlife migration, and they can help you find your lost pet’s exact location in a matter of minutes.Over time, GPS trackers capable of location tracking have gotten smaller and smaller. Today, they can easily be implanted into things like clothing and pet collars. This has made GPS dog collars something that’s widely available and quite easy to find and purchase.