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  • mcsassymcsassy
    Posts: 339
    I used to be under the impression that micro chipping a dog would act as a GPS service, but I guess I was wrong.

    Is there a reason why the chips they put in dogs cannot be programmed for such functionality?

    They make special collar attachments for it though...I just stumbled upon this website.

    http://www.tagg.com/
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  • aykayk
    Posts: 121
    You need a power source strong enough to send off a signal from the dog to the satellites. The battery life of the product you linked is only about 30 days.
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    Post edited by sukoshi’s mom at 2011-08-26 16:31:55
  • KibaInuKibaInu
    Posts: 214
    yeah its power.

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