Owning a dog is a true joy of life. Your buddy, partner in crime, furry friend – no matter what you call your dog, they’re your best friend. If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of worrying about your dog being lost, you know the gut wrenching feeling is something you never want to feel again. However, there are some things you can do to prevent your pup from getting lost and track them if they do!\n1. Get them a tag that can track them. Our TraQ dog tag is a dog tag tracker that uses Bluetooth technology to track your dog’s location. If your pup is within 200 feet of you, you can see their current location. If your dog is beyond that 200-foot radius, you can see their most recent location. This is a good way to have a starting point for your search for your dog! The TraQ tag is a tool that will help you have peace of mind towards your pup’s location. \nCan You Track a Dog with a Microchip? Find Out Here!\n2. Implant them with a microchip. Microchips are an additional tool that can help you find your pup if they get lost. While they don’t have a GPS feature (if you’ve ever asked can you track a dog with a microchip, the answer’s no), microchips do store information. A pet’s microchip will store their most recently known address, as well as their owner’s name and phone number. It’s important to keep their microchips updated so that, in the event your dog gets lost, the person who finds them can take them to a local shelter or vet for a microchip scan. \n3. Always use a leash while taking them for walks. You never know what your dog’s going to get into while on a walk. Even if you’re the only two on the trail or at the beach, you can keep your dog safe by using a leash while walking them. Our matching dog collar and leash sets have bright, fun designs that are perfect for every dog who enjoys an active lifestyle. From hiking to daily walks through the farmers market, your dog will be protected in style. \n\n4. Keep doors and windows closed. We’ve all accidentally forgotten to close the front door all the way while bringing in groceries. However, that choice can prove fatal for your pup! A dog who uses their super sniffer to get a whiff of an interesting scent can bound out the door and into the street. If not careful, your dog can get hit by a car, attacked by another animal or even lost in the woods. Making an active effort of keeping your windows and doors closed will ensure your dog doesn’t sneak out!\n\nAll About the TraQ Dog Tag – It Might Save Their Life\n\nKeeping your dog safe and healthy should be one of your top priorities as a pet owner. Your dog deserves all the best, which is why they need our TraQ dog tag! \nGet a Dog Tag Tracker to Track Your Pup via GPS\nUsing Tile’s bluetooth technology, our silicone TraQ tags are the first of their kind. While some collars have tracking devices, they’re typically very bulky and spazz out from time to time. The TraQ tag is different. Lightweight and easy to use, the TraQ tag is made from durable silicone and features unique designs geared towards pups that live active lifestyles. Give yourself peace of mind with the TraQ tag – and give your pup a lightweight dog tag to enjoy running around with!\n\nThe TraQ tag is also easy to clean. Simply wipe the tag with a damp cloth. You won’t damage the tracker inside! With a battery that lasts up to two years, you can rest easy knowing that your pup is covered. \nGet your dog a TraQ with a matching collar that’s lightweight and made from durable silicone as well. Probably our favorite feature of our silicone collars that match our TraQ tags is the quick release feature. Sometimes, a dog collar can be an enemy of your pup, especially if they get lost. Tree branches, door knobs and other pets’ claws can get stuck in their collar, which could be fatal to your pup. With the quick release feature on our collars, your dog’s collar will quickly release whenever danger is present, keeping them safe. However, it’ll stay securely fastened during all other times, so you never have to worry about it slipping off! With three different sizes and adjustable buckles, there’s a silicone dog collar for every dog out there.