Seeing and being seen - these are important aspects when traveling. Especially in autumn and winter, when the days get shorter and the nights get longer, this can play a crucial role. Here flashers, lights and lighthouses or reflectors help.
But what if the dog gets out of sight for whatever reason, follows his hunting or play instinct? So what? Almost every dog owner knows this situation when the best friend on four paws is apostate. Panic and despair are spreading and the agonizing question "where is only my dog?" Masters the following hours. One would like to do without this experience but often it is not spared us. In this case, it is good to know where our dog is (to the meter). Here, powerful GPS trackers help to get close to the dog and flashers make it finally visible to our eyes.
In addition to animal and animal health insurance, these simple means round off the protection of your four-legged friend. Although they are not a "miracle cure", they can help avoid unnecessary veterinary bills.