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Garmin dog trning collars work much better than the generic ones that come with your pet. The one that I have had for 7 years now works 100%!

The other important part is the trner itself. I recommend any of the trner with a built in microphone.

I love it!! And so does the dog.

I've had a Garmin pet locator with a built-in microphone for several years now, and it's really been an invaluable addition to my dly life. It helps me track my four dogs on a day-to-day basis, it keeps them safe in an emergency, and it makes me feel like a million bucks when I catch one of them trying to play a game of hide and seek with me! In addition to the added features on the collar itself, there's the small Garmin app that I can load on my phone that gives me an even bigger range of tracking and monitoring capabilities.

If you don't mind doing a little bit of research, I recommend looking into the Dogtra wireless collars. They're specifically designed to be used with the Garmin pet locator, and the GPS features in them make it easy to be sure you're tracking your dog, even in the middle of the woods, and you can even remotely start the GPS from the app.

I have a similar device. I can't leave home without it. No matter where I go, the pet locator tells me where they are and even tells me if they got up from where I last had them.

For my dogs, I use a Garmin pet tracker. I did extensive research and purchased an older model ($199.99 on Amazon). It has worked flawlessly for years. My older model runs $50 more than a new model. It is less accurate with larger areas so the newer models are better if you want more accuracy. I use the newer model and it works perfectly for me.

I have a similar device. I can't leave home without it. No matter where I go, the pet locator tells me where they are and even tells me if they got up from where I last had them.

For my dogs, I use a Garmin pet tracker. I did extensive research and purchased an older model ($199.99 on Amazon). It has worked flawlessly for years. My older model runs $50 more than a new model. It is less accurate with larger areas so the newer models are better if you want more accuracy. I use the newer model and it works perfectly for me.

That's the one I was recommending also, and there's plenty of other choices out there, so don't be afrd to look around.

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This model has GPS tracking in the $160 range. The others are even cheaper and don't have a tracking system. Garmin trackers are not meant to be used for tracking multiple pets. It's only meant for one.

You can add a 2nd transmitter for $5-10 more. I don't recommend adding more transmitters unless you are tracking the same dog all the time. It's hard to tell which of two transmitters is closer to the dog. I have never had a problem with my GPS devices from previous pets. I always get a fix when I need to.

Yes, these were both suggested as an alternative to a microchip. We have a microchip in our dogs that we didn't when I got my first dog. If you are planning to get a dog that is microchipped, this is a great way to get started.

It's nice that it comes with an activity mode too. It also allows for a sleep monitor, temperature monitor, light sensor and heart rate monitor. These are pretty basic things you can find for cheap on amazon, but the Garmin devices offer them.

This model has GPS tracking in the $160 range. The others are even cheaper and don't have a tracking system. Garmin trackers are not meant to be used for tracking multiple pets. It's only meant for one.

You can add a 2nd transmitter for $5-10 more. I don't recommend adding more transmitters unless you are tracking the same dog all the time. It's hard to tell which of two transmitters is closer to the dog. I have never had a problem with my GPS devices from previous pets. I always get a fix when I need to.

Yes, these were both suggested as an alternative to a microchip. We have a microchip in our dogs that we didn't when I got my first dog. If you are planning to get a dog that is microchipped, this is a great way to get started.

It's nice that it comes with an activity mode too. It also allows for a sleep monitor, temperature monitor, light sensor and heart rate monitor. These are pretty basic things you can find for cheap on amazon, but the Garmin devices offer them.

This model has GPS tracking in the $160 range. The others are even cheaper and don't have a tracking system. Garmin trackers are not meant to be used for tracking multiple pets. It's only meant for one.

You can add a 2nd transmitter for $5-10 more. I don't recommend adding more transmitters unless you are tracking the same dog all the time. It's hard to tell which of two transmitters is closer to the dog. I have never had a problem with my GPS devices from previous pets. I always get a fix when I need to.

Yes, these were both suggested as an alternative to a microchip. We have a microchip in our dogs that we didn't when I got my first dog. If you are planning to get a dog that is microchipped, this is a great way to get started.

It's nice that it comes with an activity mode too. It also allows for a sleep monitor, temperature monitor, light sensor and heart rate monitor. These are pretty basic things you can find for cheap on amazon, but the Garmin devices offer them.

This model has GPS tracking in the $160 range. The others are even cheaper and don't have a tracking system. Garmin trackers are not meant to be used for tracking multiple pets. It's only meant for one.

Thank you so much for the reply, sorry for the misunderstanding, I don't have the other pet(s) yet. I'm just a newbie to this and not sure of everything in your reply.

Also, I already know that my vet told me that the microchip is not 100% correct. For instance, what if the dog ran away from home for a couple days and did not come back home (in your example), the microchip won't even know where to start looking. Also, the microchip only tells you what it stores. it doesn't tell you where it is stored.

You can add other transmitters as you please, if you want to track the same animal all the time. You can add one or more additional transmitters and they can be any brand and you can add as many as you want. I think Garmin has the most variety and are the cheapest.

As for the activity monitor and heart rate monitor, that doesn't matter which one you choose for a pet that will just be in a box. The monitor is for the dog who needs to be


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