PitPat launches first GPS tracker for dogs with no subscription

PitPat, the UK’s leading pet wellness brand, has launched a groundbreaking GPS tracker for dogs (£149) debuting the product during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month.

The highly anticipated GPS device builds on their hugely successful dog activity monitor, which has sold over 100,000 devices in the UK. As well as containing PitPat’s state-of-the- art dog activity monitoring technology, the GPS tracker also allows pet parents to locate their dog on a map if they go missing.
Dog GPS trackers have been on the market for several years, but have been plagued with problems such as large size, short battery life, costly ongoing subscriptions and unreliable performance. PitPat’s new GPS tracker changes the game.
It is the first tracker to incorporate both the latest LTE-M and NB-IoT technologies, giving the tracker superior power performance, coverage and network availability.
And thanks to it’s long battery life (months not days), IP67 rated waterproof enclosure and compact design it can withstand every adventure.
PitPat is experiencing exceptional demand for their innovative tracker, with over 10,000 registrations to their waiting list on launch.
On the launch, CEO Andrew Nowell said: “When we set out to make the PitPat Dog GPS Tracker, we knew it had to stand up to the high standards that our customers expect from us. Like all our products, it’s been developed specifically with dogs in mind, from the exceptional technology at its heart, to the compact, waterproof design and industry-leading battery life.
“With our PitPat Dog Activity Monitor we’ve already helped thousands of pet parents keep their dogs fit and healthy. Now we also give them peace of mind that they can find their dog if the unexpected happens, or check in on their dog’s location or activity whilst they are apart, making PitPat a must-have for all pet parents”
PitPat proudly design and manufacture their devices in the UK. The product is available from pitpat.com/gps-tracker