Pet Loc8tor: When Someone Let the Dogs Out Beth Snyder April 30, 2011 We all try, but sometimes the dog just slips by. Or one of your friends is being “helpful” and lets him out. However it happened, there you are standing on your porch calling for the dog, and often you simply don’t have any luck. Now, if you have a well-behaved dog you shouldn’t have a problem, but most of them sense freedom and take off running as if their lives depend on it. And some of them hide. This will help you figure out your pet’s location, but unfortunately it can’t help you corral them and get them back home. At least you’ll know where he is, which is half the battle (albeit the easy half). You can also use this on other things you tend to lose, like your keys or bag, or even your kids (as long as they don’t figure out how to remove the tag). How it works is pretty simple: you attach one of the two included homing tags to the pet, person or thing you need to keep track of, then hit the controller when you can’t find them. The controller will tell you using audio and visual prompts exactly where the homing tag is to within an inch, even in total darkness. The down side is its maximum range is 600 feet, so if you’ve got a fast-moving dog you might be out of luck. Your privacy is guaranteed, as once a tag has been registered to a controller, only that controller will be able to locate that tag. If this sounds like something you need, you can get one for just $79.99 US. Source: GeekAlerts Share This With The World!