Win Tagg – The Pet Tracker GPS System!

We’ve got a great prize to celebrate the four-part Tagg Activity Tracker series here on DogTipper: we’re giving away Tagg GPS tracking system! You can read all about the tracker in our gift guide post and in our four-part series that we’ll be running every Monday for the next month. In a nutshell: Tagg is a special GPS device that you snap onto your dog’s collar to track your dog using your smartphone should he or she become lost. It also features Activity Tracking so you can see how much activity your dog is getting per day, a great way to keep those New Year’s resolutions and get your dog (and you!) more active!

The Prize

We’ve got one full system to give away to a lucky DogTipper reader. One reader will receive:

  • one (1) Tagg Tracker with three months of service
  • includes 1 Tagg Tracker, 1 Docking Station, Collar Clip Assembly, and Power Kit, plus 3 months of paid service
  • Winner will be responsible for continuing service thereafter, if they choose (monthly service fee of $7.95)

How to Enter

We’ve got lots of ways to enter in the Rafflecopter below; you can enter with as many (or as few) entry methods as you choose. Each week during the four-week Tagg Activity Tracking series, we’ll be adding one more entry method to the Rafflecopter so please return for extra entries. This giveaway is restricted to U.S. residents only. The giveaway ends at 12:01 am ET on Feb. 5, 2013. Good luck!

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Disclosure: Tagg is supplying the prize for this giveaway.

About Paris Permenter & John Bigley

Paris Permenter and John Bigley are the award-winning authors of over 30 pet and travel books as well as the founders and publishers of CatTipper and DogTipper.

  • Laura T

    OMG I would LOVE to donate this prize to the rescue group I foster for!!!

  • Gizmo R

    I would love to get one…then I can go exploring! 😉

  • sonia

    Would love to track my dixie

  • microchip your dogs also!!!!!!!!!!

  • hollabaloo

    My dog is probably inactive for 40% of the day. My boyfriend works from home, but still can’t play with him nonstop since he has to — you know — work. But we try to wear him out in the evenings.

  • victoria


  • I’d say Bella is inactive a good 75% of the day.

  • Guest

    need this for our dog that likes to go on nature walks

  • 50%

  • Arianna Walek

    I want this so bad!

  • Shelly Skoog-Smith

    I have 3 – they range from 50-80% inactive! Roxy’s a senior so it’s OK though. 😉

  • Kono W

    I would love this for my dog!

  • Kono W.

    It would be great to have since our fence is old and I don’t trust it. So it would be good just in case she got out. Or on walks it would be good too c:

  • 75% inactive…sleepytime

  • Arianna W.

    About 50% inactive.

    • Arianna W.

      I guess it depends on the day :p

  • Arianna W.

    Id say my dog is about 80% inactive because I’m in school for about 8 hours then we sleep another 8 so we only have about 2 hours before it gets dark out. So… Yeah. But when we do go out we gave a blast!

  • how hard is it for the dog to remove themselves? our dog Houdini…errr Dakota, loves to go on nature walks has gotten out of almost anything, even a harness

  • Kono W.

    Does it clip on to any collar like a leather one? Or does it have to be a nylon? Can it come off easily? Because that wouldn’t be good :s

  • Kono W.

    I would feel a lot better if I had the tagg tracker when I go for a hike or if I train my pup for Schutzhund since they have to be off leash.

  • Sharon Gilbert

    We travel with our dogs but I would feel much better when we are walking on the beach or walking trail with they had a Zagg. You never know when a they will try and chase an animal and then they are off and running. They love to run. Vizslas are very fast runners.

  • sandy weinstein

    definitely, i would feel safer b/c if they got away by accident, which i hope they would not or if i was in an accident, someone would be able to track them.

  • Julie

    Great idea. I think it would be a necessity for all dogs.

  • Julie

    Daisy is moderately active about 20% of the day.

  • Arianna W.

    Definitely! I would feel like I have a definite way of finding my dog just in case she gets away from us. One time at Mt. Rushmore I opened a door and she jumped over the seats and ran around in the parking lot! It scared me. Good thing the parking lot was enclose for the most part and it was really good no cars were coming. So I would feel a lot more secure with this.

  • I would love to win this. I have 2 Lhasa Apso Angels. As hard as I try, and as careful as I am, it never fails that one of them runs off once in a while. She can slip out of her harness and her collar. 🙁
    Thank you for the great giveaways!

  • Jason Diehl

    of course I would feel more comfortable, if my dog escaped on the road, it would be great to easily track them down