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    SpotLight GPS Pet Locator for iPhone

    SpotLight GPS Pet Locator for iPhone

    Positioning Animals Worldwide, Inc. (PAW), partnered with The American Kennel Club Companion Animal Recovery program, already has a method of tracking the location of your cat or dog.  You purchase a small GPS location unit that attaches to your animal’s collar, and a paid monthly service lets you see where your dog (or cat) is.

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    If your pet moves outside your pre-defined “safe” areas, you get an alarm email or text message indicating such.  You can then log on to the PAW website to so see where your pet is – but there’s no guarantee your pet will stay at that location until you get there.

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    PAW has introduced the Spotlight GPS Pet Locator iPhone app that allows you to track your dog, turn by turn, as you drive to pick him up.

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    The app is free, but a PAW GPS locator and service are required. (

    Published on 26 2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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