Tagg - The Pet Tracker - White
- Tagg The Pet Tracker
- Docking station
- Collar clip assembly, power kit
- Owner's manual
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- Warranty Terms - Parts: 1 year limited
- Height: 3.2 inches
- Width: 1.5 inches
- Depth: 0.8 inches
- Weight: 1.2 ounce
Eliminate the stress of locating a lost pet with this Tagg TAGG3WB pet tracker system that includes a GPS tracking device that attaches to your dog's collar, so you can easily monitor his or her whereabouts from your PC, Mac or compatible mobile phone.
GPS tracking device
Attaches to most collars and lets you track your pet's whereabouts from your PC, Mac or mobile phone (Internet connection and subscription required, not included). Recommended for dogs weighing 10 lbs. or more.
Track your pet's activity levels daily and over time to set goals and spot long-term trends. Use Tagg points to ensure your pet gets enough vet-recommended exercise, and share this information with your vet and friends.
Helps you find your pet on a map, track his or her whereabouts, get driving directions to his or her current location and find nearby useful places, such as a vet, dog park or pet store (download required; additional fees may apply).
Enables quick location of your pet from the Tagg website, mobile app or by texting LOCATE to 52366, and the address of your pet's location will be sent to your mobile phone with driving directions (additional fees may apply).
Delivers up to 30 days of power for extended use. Low-battery notification alerts you when the battery needs to be replaced.
Lightweight, water-resistant design
Protects against moisture and offers easy portability.
Best Buy Customer Reviews
(2 out of 2)
A must have for all dog and cats
Posted by: Sharpshot
from Illinois on
03/10/2013I have 7 dogs that are all part of the family. I purchased 2 Tagg trackers a little over a year ago to try them out. After learning how they worked for a month or two, I was so impressed and please with their performance that I purchased 4 more (one of my dogs is elderly and can't run off anymore, so I didn't feel she needed one).
So, I've had 6 Tagg Trackers on my dogs for over a year now, and they have not let me down (except for one small, easily fixed problem). I get an alert (text message and email):
1.) within 3 minutes if one of my dogs leaves my "home" zone,
2.) if a tracker comes detached from a collar (doesn't happen any more, but this was a problem in the beginning
3.) when a battery in a tracker is running low (I have to recharge them about every 10 days or so)
4.) when a battery is recharged and ready to place back on the collar (takes about 3 hours to recharge).
I have often taken my dogs out of the home zone, either for walks or drives in the car. I've tested system many, many times by asking the Tagg system to locate my dog. The Tagg system has ALWAYS been extremely accurate - pinpointing where the dog is located. I had one of my dogs inside a very large building and asked it to locate my dog. . .the map even showed which section of the building the dog was in (it was a sprawling nursing home, with lots of different wings).
I recommend Tagg trackers for anyone who loves their pets and doesn't want to risk losing them. They are a bit large for smaller dogs (although my Rat Terrier does fine with his), and I initially had difficulty with them coming off the dogs' collars. Mainly, this occurred when the dogs were barking at a squirrel and had pushed their heads through my fence. Once the dog pulled it's head back through the fence, the Tagg would get pulled off the collar. So now, whenever I put a freshly recharged tracker back on the collar, I secure it with a couple of zip strips (cable ties). I also understand the company has since made some sort of "jacket" for the tracker that helps keep if securely attached to the collar. I plan to purchase one of these and give it a try. If it works well, I'll purchase them for all my Taggs. If not, the cable ties are doing the job just fine.
I LOVE my Tagg Trackers and wish all pet owners would get them for their pets. You do need a Smart Phone, so I did upgrade to a Smart Phone and data package once I got the Taggs, so I guess this does need to factor into the cost. However, if one of my dogs got lost, I know i'd offer a huge reward and miss work to search for him. . .so I think I'm money ahead by using Tagg Trackers. . .the peace of mind is priceless!
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Overall a Good Product
Posted by: DogPetOwner
from California on
01/18/2013I first heard about this on the local news channel and when I found out Best Buy sold them I had to get one. I purchased mine the day after Christmas, and less than 2 days my dog got a hold of it and practically ripped it to shreds. I took it back to Best Buy and got a brand new one under the Protection Plan, no questions asked.
It states that the battery life can last up to 30 days, but its more like less that a week. It charges quickly but it can still be a hassle.
Not only can you find your pet if lost, but it tracks their activity, which it is fun to know what your pet does when your not home. Overall, if purchasing it, is an ABSOLUTE MUST to purchase the protection plan through Best Buy, afterall, this is a "not so cheap" GPS system that you will be putting on an animal.
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