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Best GPS Dog Trackers 2022: Keep an eye on your pet around the clock

Ok this is not really a GPS location tracker but the PetPace smart collar(opens in a new tab) offers some of the most comprehensive health and wellness checkups for your pet, especially for old, sick, and at-risk dogs, for which we think it deserves a mention.

The PetPace is a wireless collar that continuously collects your pet’s vital signs and behavior patterns, including temperature, activity, pulse, respiration, positions, calories consumed and burned, and heart rate variations. It sends that data at 2-, 15-, or 30-minute intervals to a health monitoring service, which you can access through the free app, and immediately alerts you when it detects any abnormalities.

Upon registration, you will be asked to enter your veterinarian’s name. Veterinarians can access a pet’s information through a web-based interface and generate health reports to help you make informed health-related decisions.


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