We are pleased to share with you the exciting news that Worldwise/Pawscout will be the sole sponsor of the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest!
This is a must-have stocking stuffer for any pet owner and truly a gift that will keep on giving! Pawscout, The Smarter Pet Tag is the most advanced and connected pet accessory of its kind: with benefits and features designed for owners to build safe communities for their pets.
Pawscout gives pet owners a whole new way to connect with and keep a close eye on their furry family members.
Pawscout, The Smarter Pet Tag™, is the most advanced and connected pet accessory of its kind: with benefits and features designed for owners to build safe communities for their pet.
Pawscout is smartphone-compatible and connected, beautiful but affordable, and most importantly, an easy and fun way for people to build a safe community for their pets.
While microchips can help track down a pet, they’re expensive to implant and don’t offer real-time tracking of your pet’s whereabouts. So if you’re looking for other high-tech options, you might consider a digital ID tag like Pawscout ($20), which allows you to pinpoint your pet’s exact GPS coordinates by smartphone.
Traditional plastic or metal pet tags are functional enough for providing a pet’s name and its owner’s phone number. Pawscout’s web-connected tag takes the idea to a super-connected level.The tag, which costs $20, connects to a corresponding smartphone app to let people track their pets within a 300-foot radius on a digital map. If a dog ventures outside that range, the app notifies the owner that the canine is too far
Pet tags of the future
Your dog is helping you live longer—especially if you resolve to get outside and walk him more often. You’ll be benefiting not just your pet, but yourself as well: Besides getting exercise, being outdoors in nature helps your overall well being. But, you want your pet to be protected from getting lost while in the fresh air. The Bluetooth-enabled ID tag Pawscout can make sure Spot doesn’t run off at the dog park, hiking trail, or even in your own neighborhood.