Whistle 3 Dog & Cat GPS Tracker & Activity Monitor Collar attachment (fits collars up to 1” wide ) USB charging cable Quickstart guide
Whistle's first product, an for dogs that tracked their exercise, was released in 2013. The company raised an additional $10 million in a Series A funding round and $15 million in Series B. A February 2014 agreement with placed the Whistle device in all the company's stores and led to co-marketing efforts. Whistle also began working with veterinary schools to analyze the data collected from the app. For example, in 2014 the Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine at the used data from Whistle devices for their research on conditions in dogs; and researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at have used it to study in dogs. The company also has an advisory panel of veterinarians.
uses a unique curved design that’s meant to fit as comfortably as possible on dogs of all sizes. Like the Whistle 3 and Nuzzle, it attaches easily to your dog’s existing collar. It’s also quite lightweight, which can be an advantage over other options if you have a small to medium sized dog.
Whistle Dog Collar Lets You Follow Fido's Every Move | HuffPost
Whistle GPS Dog Collar Means Fido Will Never Get Lost Again - Bustle
Whistle have announced a new accessory for mans best friend, the Whistle Dog Collar which is designed to track your dog’s every move and then display the captured data on your smartphone.The Whistle Dog Collar will retail for $99.99, it is only compatible with Apple’s iOS devices at the moment, although there is an Android version of the app in the works, you can find out more details over at .The Whistle Dog Collar is an adjustable dog collar with a built in monitor, it also comes with a USB charging dock and an app for Apple’s iOS devices running iOS 5.1 and above, have a look at the video below.Quantified canine startup is launching a new device that won’t just track your dog’s daily activity, but also its location. But unlike and other companies selling GPS dog tracking collars, Whistle is tapping into a new network built by Sigfox dedicated solely to the internet of things.You can also create customized “safe areas,” known as Whistle Zones, to easily keep tabs on your dog. If they stray from their designated Whistle Zone, you will receive a notification through the Whistle app or text message so you can go collect your dog.Like many of these comments, I too have Whistle. I bought Tagg when first out. It was great and precise. They were constantly updating the technology to their website and support was great! At one time, after warrantee had expired, one of the collar transmitters wings were chewed off. Tagg replaced unit FREE OF CHARGE! The day Whistle acquired Tagg, all went to hell. The site did not track daily activity like Tagg did. Receiving notification your pet is outside the safe zone is a minimum 10 minutes until you get the notice and likewise when returned to safe zone. The “real time” tracking sucks, pet may be out of safe zone for 30 minutes and will show only one position on map. Tagg would actually track pets travel. False notices, like middle of night when dogs sleeping in my room not wearing transmitters…Go figure! As for customer service, Tagg was top notch…Whistle sucks! Have tried contacting them several times via Whistle site never getting a response. Currently have one of my two just stopped working. Looking for replacement for two better made GPS units that comes with good customer service> Any suggestions?