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Zoomback is an advanced GPS Locater for your dog that can track his whereabouts in real time. The Dog Protection System attaches comfortably to your dog's collar and you can find your dogs location at zoombak.com, cell phone, or by Live Customer Care.
Lost Dogs can't talk. But now they can text.
Small and lightwight (2.5 oz)
Easy to use
Recommended for dogs 15lbs and over
Unlimited on-demand locates
Personalized safety zones
Prompt location alerts
Location history (path taken since leaving home)
Durable and secure pouch collar attachment
Long-life battery (up to 5 days on standby or 150 location requests before recharging)
Water-resistant A-GPS locator and pouch
Low monthly service fee of $9.99/month
No hidden fees
No activation fee
Unlimited on-demand location requests via the internet, cell phone and Customer Care
Unlimited continuous tracking via the web and Customer Care
24/7 LIVE Customer Care and location support
Location history via zoombak.com and Customer Care
Optional "Power-off" and low battery alerts via email and text message.
Service Plan Requirements
One-year customer agreement required for all service plans
Early termination fee applies
Credit or debit card
Convenient, paperless online billing and account maintenance
Device must be activated within 60 days of purchase.
DISCLAIMER: The results described on the testimonials on this site, are the individual experiences and personal opinions of those who have purchased and used the products. These testimonials are not intended to make any claims that the products can be used to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition.Click here to see all reviews
by from 09/20/2010
What a piece of junk. I first bought this thing, as it sounded like it would be perfect for my needs. Once I activated it, it only worked intermittently. Apparently, the GPS antenna is so poorly placed that it will only receive signals when the satellites align just right with the orientation of the moon and the dog is facing exactly north with the proper frequency of tail wagging.