Tracking Range and Battery Issues Reported with Some GPS Dog Collars

A GPS dog collar lawsuit may be an option for individuals who purchased a GPS dog tracking collar and experienced issues with the product’s performance. Some owners have reported possible issues with the devices’ tracking range, battery life, connectivity, and water resistance. Consumers who have purchased GPS dog collars may be able to pursue a claim with the help of a consumer product attorney.

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Some Hunters Claim Tracking Collars Aren’t Working as Promised

GPS dog collars, also known as GPS tracking collars, are electronic devices primarily used by pet owners to provide basic obedience or to track a dog or cat in case they run away. Likewise, GPS tracking collars are used by hunters and outdoorsmen to track their dogs during a long hunt chase. Some manufacturers claim that their products’ technology allows a dog to be tracked for up to 10 miles while maintaining a long battery life and water resistance.

However, some hunters claim that several types of tracking collars for dogs don’t live up to their promises and that the manufacturers misrepresented the range that dogs can be tracked, the devices’ battery life and ability to resist water damage. Issues with connectivity have been reported as well.

These are serious issues that could affect any hunter, farmer or outdoorsman who invested a lot of time and money into a product that failed to operate as promised. Some manufacturers, including SportDog, maker of the TEK series GPS tracking e-collar, charge over 800 dollars for their devices. Other manufacturers of GPS dog tracking collars include Dogtra, Garmin and Marshall.

How a GPS Dog Collar Lawsuit Can Help

When a company sells a defective product, it can be liable for any damages that result. Even if the product does not cause physical injury to a person, customers may be able to recover the costs they paid for any GPS tracking collar, as well as any out-of-pocket costs, including repairs and/or product replacement.

Individuals who have purchased GPS dog collars and experienced issues with the product’s performance may be eligible to pursue damages through a GPS dog collar lawsuit and are encouraged to seek the advice of an experienced consumer product attorney to learn more about their rights and remedies.

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