Fitness trackers aren’t just for humans. Ask your dog.

Fitness trackers aren’t just for humans. Ask your dog.

Dogs can’t tell us that they crushed their workout. That’s where smart collars come in. Collars with GPS aren’t anything new. But earlier models were designed for tracking working or sporting dogs in the field and their bulkiness and unwieldy antennae weren’t exactly consumer-friendly.

Go to full article: https://mashable.com/article/fitness-trackers-for-dogs-irresistable-data-loving-humans

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