Is your pup getting pudgy due to winter laziness? Just as fitness gadgets can get you moving to "lose a few", your pet can benefit from the same technology.
Is your pup getting pudgy due to winter laziness? Just as fitness gadgets can get you moving to "lose a few", your pet can benefit from the same technology.Tagg is an activity tracker for pets
You made new year's resolutions to exercise and lose weight, so why not set the same goals for your overweight pet? Get your dog on a fitness program and make it just as much fun for yourself by slipping on the Tagg.
How does it work? Much like people use exercise or diet journals to track their own progress, Tagg conveniently clips onto most existing collars and monitors a dog’s activity level every day, assigning a “Tagg Point” value based on the intensity and duration of activity. Tagg Points are accumulated and charted each day, providing pet owners with an at-a-glance snapshot of their dog’s exercise and activity as well as insight into how they are tracking against long-term goals.Tagg tracks more than activity
With the Tagg, you never have to worry about losing your furry workout buddy. The unit has a built-in GPS tracking system that will send you text or email alerts to let you know if your pup has moved outside of areas designated as safe.
When you purchase your Tagg
($100), you'll get a tracker, docking station, collar clip assembly, and a power kit. You'll also get three months of Tagg service -- after three months, the service is $8 per month.More vegan pet fun!