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GPS Tracker Discussed By Dog Lover
Many people are infatuated with man's best friend, making dogs the most popular and beloved animal in North America and many other regions across the globe. Whether the dog be as small as a Yorkshire Terrier, or as large as a Grey Hound, their is no denying that the animals have a place in the hearts of many. For many dog lovers their biggest fear is losing their pet, and that is why some GPS tracking manufacturers have designed dog collars that will give pet owners 24 hour access to their pet via the Global Positioning System. The department of defense probably never imagined a pet tracking application when creating the GPS tracking and navigation system, but that simply reinforces how much the technology has progressed.
Tracking System Direct, understanding the unique relationship between animal and owner, chose to conduct an interview with a self-proclaimed dog lover regarding their thoughts on GPS tracking dog collars. Below are the questions and responses provided by Jessica Ray, a 23 year-old and owner of 2 pugs, surrounding GPS tracking, dogs, and pet locating devices.
How Long Have You Been A Dog Lover?
I have had dogs in my life ever since I can remember. My first memory of having a pet was when my parents got me a Golden Retriever puppy for my 3rd birthday that I named Goldy Locks. Goldy Locks was in our family for 8 years before she passed away. After Goldy Locks, my parents brought home a boy Cocker Spaniel that we named Captain. Captain was a part of our family for 13 years before he passed away. Now I have 2 pugs of my own named Texas Ranger and Walker.