Technology keeps stray pets on the radar

01/20/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Sales of technology to track and find pets are expected to grow, APPA President Bob Vetere says. "We are helicopter parents and we hover over our kids all the time and now we are hovering over our dogs and cats," he said. Tracking devices that typically cost $100 to $150 can be attached to a pet's collar, allowing the owner to track the pet's location on a computer or mobile device.

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