Find your dog
The lightweight dog GPS device attaches to most collars and lets you locate and track your dog using a computer or smartphone. The simple set-up procedure allows you to create your very own Tagg zone, the area where your dog spends most of his time. If your dog isn’t in the zone, you’ll know quickly and precisely where he is.
The Tagg-The Pet Tracker free mobile app is a convenient way to stay in touch with your pet. Find him on a map, track his whereabouts, and get driving directions to his current location, right from your mobile device. You can even find places nearby like vets, dog parks, and pet stores.
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Find your pet fast with the Tagg map
If your pet gets out, you can find his location quickly and easily on the Tagg map. And you don’t even need to be near a computer. You can find your pet on the Tagg mobile website, the Tagg app, or text LOCATE to 52366, and we’ll text you the address of his location. We’ll even give you directions to your happy reunion. Millions of dogs from caring homes just like yours are lost each year. The Tagg system makes finding your dog quick and easy, so you can help keep him safe!
Sure, the Tagg tracker has a contemporary design and a long battery life, but it’s also made to handle all the jumping, running, digging, swimming, crawling, and sleeping your dog and put out. It’s small, lightweight, and tough, worn anywhere and anyhow a healthy dog can go.
The Tagg system is one of the few dog GPS tracking products that goes above and beyond finding lost pets. Not only can you locate your dog through your computer or mobile device, you get a text or email if he leaves the Tagg zone. That means that before your dog can get into too much trouble, you can pick him up and bring him back home.
Note: The self-monitoring Tagg tracker even notifies you when its battery is low. Note: The long-lasting battery can last up to 30 days, but actual battery life will vary based on usage patterns. Read more about the dog tracker battery life »