The 8 Best Activity Trackers For Dogs

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in December of 2018. When you want data about a dog's behavior patterns, one of these dedicated activity monitors will help you learn a great deal about him by tracking his sleeping and eating habits, the calories he's burned, and even the places he's visited over a certain period of time, providing you with insight and a fresh perspective on Fido's health and the things he likes to do each day. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Whistle 3

2. FitBark 2

3. PitPat 2

Editor's Notes

December 12, 2018:

Included the Whistle 3 for its all-in-one design, broad cellular network coverage, and iOS/Android compatibility. The FitBark 2 makes it easy for pets and owners to track their health together, thanks to its linking functionality with FitBit devices. Also added the Findster Duo+ for its 3-mile operation range and ability to support multiple pets on the same platform. Also included the PetKit Fit P2 for its extensive data analysis tools.

4. Pawfit Pet GPS

5. Findster Duo+

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6. Poof Bean

7. PetKit Fit P2

Jeff Newburgh
Last updated by Jeff Newburgh

Jeff is a dedicated writer and communications professional from San Francisco with a bachelor of arts in anthropology from UC Berkeley. He began his career in computer consulting and later branched out into customer service. Jeff focuses on making complex topics easy to understand. With over 10 years' experience in research, his relentless curiosity fuels a love of writing and learning how things work, and has helped to build expertise in categories such as heavy-duty power tools and computer equipment. Jeff's passion for animals affords him a strong understanding of pet products, including dog houses, beds, and grain-free foods. When he's not writing, he prefers spending time with his family and three dogs, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.

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