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November 15, 2014
Georgia Wells of the Wall Street Journal explores how the phenomenon of pet wearables has taken off and the motivations of the pet owners who buy them. She begins her article with Tagg’s own Jim Brailean, who first used his pettracker to make sure his dog walker was doing her job – she wasn’t. Interviewing several other pet owners and looking at the pet wearables industry as it stands today, Georgia concludes that pet wearables do not just measure fitness or track location, they also, inadvertently measure the pet owner’s personality. wsj.com>>>
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