Posts Tagged ‘PawTrax’
The worlds smallest and lightest GPS cat collar is now available from PawTrax.co.uk.
Weighs only 20g
An independant review of our PawTrax GPS Pet Tracker http://www.dugsnpubs.com/dogfaq_tips_advice/dog-gps-trackers/
Comment recently received from a PawTrax customer…..
“First let me say how pleased we have been with this device overall…… this device has already saved our cat’s life – it got into the void upstairs in an empty house for sale! Luckily we could ring the agents and they let us in to retrieve our naughty cat!.”
On 5th August 2012 The Sunday Times ‘in gear’ magazine voted PawTrax the ‘Best Pet Tracker’.
PawTrax have contributed to a report carried out by Bayer with foreward by world-leading cat behaviour expert Roger Tabor. We supplied a number of GPS tracker/loggers which were used to track the movements of a number of cats in the UK. The report is a window into the secret world of cats.
Already being dubbed as CatNav, the GPS tracking of the cats, using loggers supplied by PawTrax, showed what factors affect the size of a cats range. Distances travelled away from home varied between 21m and 500m.
The full report can be downloaded from this link – cats with catitude
DDA Watch and Company of Animals proudly present No Voice No Choice 2011, a family and dog friendly fun day promoting responsible dog ownership. With FREE entry and FREE car parking and within a short distance of Chertsey train station we hope to make it an event for all the family – human and canine!.
No Voice No Choice 2011 will take place on Saturday 6th August 2011 at Company of Animals Training and Behaviour Center, Ruxbury Farm, St Annes Hill Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9NL
The day will include a fun dog show, Demonstrations, Free Micro Chipping, Face Painting, Refreshments, Vet World Tent providing free vet checks, Stalls and Stands, The Dog House tent – Expert help to avoid common problems arising with dog ownership and much much more!
Dogs and children are welcome. All dogs must be kept on a lead. Registered dogs also welcome.
For more information or to book a stall please contact Ddawatch@aol.com or call 0844 844 2900 Stalls are FREE for rescues and good causes