Only vets or shelters with expensive readers can detect microchips. Tags easily go out of date and don’t give details on how to care for your pet if he’s found. And neither of these options provides real-time tracking to find your pet or to alert you regarding his/her movements.
How is the Pawscout Tag different from a GPS tracker?
GPS trackers are larger, expensive, and usually, require a monthly or annual subscription and frequent charging.
Pawscout leverages your phone's Bluetooth capabilities and a network of Pawscout users to safeguard your pet. Even if you do not have a large Pawscout community in your area, you can quickly create your own micro-community to protect your petÂ by sending share invitations to friends, family, neighbors, and caretakers.