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Beluvv Puppy Tracker: Crowdtracking Your Lost Dog

by Hazel Chua

People treat their pets as members of their family, and there is little that they wouldn’t do to ensure the safety of their furry buddies. The Beluvv Puppy tracker is one of those things that can help them do just that.

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As the name implies, it’s a tracker that will help pet owners find their missing pets. It doesn’t use GPS technology like most pet trackers do. Instead, it makes use of Bluetooth, which has allowed its manufacturer to keep the device small with a battery life that can last for up to a year.

For starters, it can automatically alert you if your dog gets too far away from you. If your dog does get away though, it won’t give you your pet’s exact location, so you will need the help of friends and family who will have to try and check if they can see your pet’s Bluetooth signal on their devices. Anyone who is running the Beluvv Puppy app automatically helps participate in the search.

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The Beluvv Puppy Tracker is as affordable as trackers get. They’re currently available for pre-order at $29.95(USD).

[via C|NET]

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