Was just curious

Bryoo

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I've seen people suggest me gps dog trackers, but would you guys recommend them?

Let's say money isn't an issue, and you go hiking a lot with your dog. Would you guys recommend said tracker, or prefer a longer leash?
 
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I go with Longer leash , I decided to write a guide to buying the best dog leash. A guide to help you through the process and make sure you have the right leash to suit your intended use . For everyday walks and exercise, just about any leash is as good as any other, but if your dog has a certain behavior or you’re trying to train a specific skill there are particular leashes tailored to suit what you’re trying to achieve.
 

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I go with Longer leash , I decided to write a guide to buying the best dog leash. A guide to help you through the process and make sure you have the right leash to suit your intended use . For everyday walks and exercise, just about any leash is as good as any other, but if your dog has a certain behavior or you’re trying to train a specific skill there are particular leashes tailored to suit what you’re trying to achieve.
Ahh, I see. It does make sense to have a tailored leash instead of a dog tracker.
 
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I do agree with the longer leash but you did say that money is not an issue it's better to have a backup plan in case all else fails so why not both, longer leash and dog gps tracker.
 

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Gps dog trackers are great so when your dog gets lost, you can track them easily. But who losses their dog?? Uh-oh, yeah there's dognappers too. Now I see where the suggestions about gps dog trackers came from.
 
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