We’ve received news that they’ll be a new PitPat Dog GPS Tracker coming in early 2022. In this PitPat GPS Tracker preview, we’ll list what we know so far about the Dog GSP device. Once we’ve received our device and popped it on Albert, we’ll bring you and complete and comprehensive PitPat Dog GPS Tracker review. Read our PitPat Dog Monitor Review to see how Albert and I got on with the previous model.
PitPat Dog GPS Tracker Preview
The GPS tracker comes with all the activity monitoring features you know and love from the previous models. So, you can monitor activity in terms of walking, running and playing. To fetch your dog’s data, you’ll not need to press the paw symbol because the new Dog GPS Tracker automatically updates their activity data to the app throughout the day.
Now you’ll be able to track just where your dog is and where he’s been with this updated version. If you can’t wait until 2020, take a look at these dog GPS option here.
I am a big fan of PitPat as a brand and found their current model, easy to use and very functional. Having GPS built into the device is the icing on the cake, and I’m really looking forward to my hands, and Albert’s paws on this product.
PitPat Dog GPS Tracker Key Features
- Fetch data automatically from the tracker device
- Find your dog in two taps from your phone, giving you peace of mind
- No subscription or hidden fees to pay to use the device
- Long battery life
- Choice of colours including black, blue, green, red and pink
Will There Be Any Subscriptions To Pay?
There are no subscription or hidden fees to the Dog GPS Tracker from PitPat; pop it straight on your four-legged friend’s collar and start tracking. Please bookmark this page and keep checking back for further updates on this device and other dog products we review.
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