What are the best pet trackers and GPS collars $200 and above?

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    #1SportDog TEK

    SportDog TEK

    SportDog TEK is a GPS tracking device for dogs. It has the capacity to locate up to 12 dogs within a 7-mile radius. This is especially useful for those dogs who tend to do a lot of hunting as it is also submersible up to 25 feet.

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    #2tagg 100051

    tagg 100051

    tagg 100051 is a collar with GPS tracking device for your pets. It is equipped with a GPS system alarm that lets you know whenever your pet leaves the vicinity of your home. It also has a nationwide coverage that lets you track your pet anywhere in the US.

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    Gloria Harper
    Written on June 1, 2018
    "Tagg GPS Plus is a location tracking device that attaches to your dog's collar so you can keep track of them wherever they go or if they ever sneak out. Tagg uses advanced cellular GPS technology to help pinpoint your dog’s location should they ever become lost. Tagg is an award-winning GPS Tracker that sends text and email alerts when your pet wanders off."
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    #3Garmin 010-01041-50

    Garmin 010-01041-50

    Garmin 010-01041-50 is a GPS tracking device for dogs. It has special features like LED beacon lights, rescue mode, and can send a signal for recall. Its battery life can last up to 40 hours. 

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    Catherine Smith
    Written on May 31, 2018
    "Garmin makes a good product. The Garmin Alpha 100 GPS works as advertised. It's fairly intuitive, so if you leave the instructions behind, you should still be able to figure it out from the built in menu. I paired it with the TT15 training collar, watched some videos on using it in training mode and after five minutes, my dog was trained! That was in the backyard. Then I headed into the forest with my dog. My dog responded best to level 6 in the traditional training mode. While tracking my dog, who was now over a mile away, I whistled for my dog to come. I could see on the GPS that my dog was ignoring the whistle. He stopped to listen then continued on, increasing his distance from me. Then I hit the middle training button (continuous) and my dog began closing the distance between us. Within a minute, my dog was back at my side! Upon repeated attempts, I had similar results. This is like having an electronic leash!"

Summary

Best What are the best pet trackers and GPS collars $200 and above
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1SportDog TEKElectronics 5 Paid
2tagg 100051Electronics 3 Paid
3Garmin 010-01041-50Electronics 1 Paid
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