May 18, 2021 2 min read
How can I track my dog with AirTags?
If you lose your dog with a FollowPaw Collar and an AirTag inside it, you're notified on your iPhone. You can find your lost dog with the "Find My" app on your iPhone. Each AirTag contains an ultra-wideband chip. These chips transmit more data than Bluetooth or GPS, and at a higher rate. That means you'll able to pinpoint precisely where your dog is. An AirTag on your dog is basically like a pet microchip but with superpowers.
Are AirTags better than GPS?
Both systems have their pros and cons. What is best for your dog depends very much on your use case. Let us show you the advantages of AirTags over GPS tracking devices, so you can decide for yourself. Here are some key benefits the AirTags have over GPS:
Do AirTags still work if my dog is far away?
Yes, they do. If your dog is not nearby and can't be located, you can put the AirTag on your dog in Lost Mode. In this mode, if any other Apple device locates your dog, you'll receive a notification with the exact location of your dog. Tracking your dog with an AirTag will work best in urban areas, where many people live.
Important: AirTags do not give you a 100% guarantee to find your dog. But if your pet is lost, they increase the chance that you find him/her again a lot. Tracking your dog should only be used as a backup system. So please take all measures that your dog does not run away in the first place.
How do I use the AirTag with the FollowPaw collar?
You put the AirTag in the hidden pocket of your FollowPaw collar. That's it - as long as your dog comes across other people, you will be able to follow your best friend anywhere in the world. How does it work? You simply open the "Find My" app on your iPhone and check your dog's location!
What is the cost of the AirTags?
AirTags are available from 29$ or 35€. If you buy a bundle of four the prices are 99$ or 119€.
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