As winter comes closer, the extra chores can really pile up--making those Halloween costumes, starting your holiday shopping, making travel preparations...
Soon the snow will be piling up, too, and going outdoors to walk and exercise your dog will be a bit more of a hassle than it has been the rest of the year.
You're a loving pet parent, so you'll do whatever you can to make sure your dog is getting their exercise, even if it means piling on the layers for a walk right when you get home from work, and when you might rather just collapse in front of the TV.
But what if there was a way to know what your pup is up to when you're out during the day? A way to know for sure how much more exercise they need?
Tagg, the pet tracker, is already known for its usefulness in finding lost pets. Just attach the tracker to your pet's collar, and if they ever stray too far from home, you'll know exactly where they are.
New just this week, Tagg now offers an activity tracker. Timelines and snapshots will show you how much your pet moves around during the day, and the tracker even differentiates between levels of activity. Using the web or mobile apps, you can access your pet's activity from anywhere, and can plan your evening with Rover before you even walk through the door.
What do you think of this new technology? Would you use a pet activity tracker?