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Meet the Whistle GO Family: The Best Pet Tracker Just Got Better<br><br>Introducing Whistle GO & GO Explore, our latest, best-in-class, all-in-one pet health & location trackers. As the Whistle device captures valuable data about your pet and their day, the Whistle app brings the data to life with additional software features and helpful insights to bring you closer to your pet and make your daily interactions simpler, smarter, and more joyful.<br><br>• Location Tracking*<br>Fast and accurate tracking with GPS, Wi-Fi, and cellular technology to find your pet in minutes if they venture off solo.<br><br>• Set Goals & Track Activity<br>Set custom goals and track your pet’s daily activity, distance traveled, caloric burn, and rest to keep your companion in great shape for their age, weight, and breed. Receive weekly summaries and notifications if there are changes to your pet’s activity levels or rest patterns.<br><br>• Gain New Insights with Timeline<br>Know more about your pet and the types of activities that make up their day. See minutes spent walking, running, playing, resting, and more! Within the Activity tab, you’ll see a detailed summary of your pet's daily activity, the health stats of each activity, and be able to confirm or reclassify an activity event to help Whistle learn the nuances of your pet. <br><br>• Keep the Pack on Track<br>Create custom reminders to stay on top of daily meds, monthly flea & tick treatments, bi-annual vet visits, grooming appointments, weigh-ins and more. <br><br>• Celebrate their Achievements <br>Be alerted and feel proud of your pet for reaching their activity goals and achieving new milestones, like miles traveled, ‘winning’ streaks, and much more. Achievements are a fun way to look back and celebrate their hard work together. <br><br>• Smart Breach Alerts*<br>Get an email, in-app, or text notification when your pet escapes their safe place and is venturing solo or leaves with an approved friend or family member.<br><br>• Custom & Multiple Safe Places*<br>Improved ability to set custom Safe Place boundaries and create multiple Safe Places for the home, office, or favorite dog-friendly spot (Wi-Fi is recommended).<br><br>* Only supported with GPS enabled Whistle devices<br><br>Note: This app supports the latest Whistle GO & GO Explore family, Whistle 3, and Whistle FIT (in partnership with Banfield Pet Hospital).<br><br>If you have a Whistle FIT and would like to upgrade to the GPS enabled Whistle 3, please contact us at email@example.com. Learn more about Whistle products and services at www.whistle.com.
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Unfortunately it still isn’t very accurate... last night it told me that my dog was about a mile away from home all the way at a nearby hotel. I freaked out called my boyfriend and asked if he had our dog and he’s like yes of course I do. He’s sitting right here next to the couch. Not only was he still on our property but he was also in WiFi range. My property is 2.5 acres so it’s not tiny but apparently , whistle app still thinks that it’s too small of an area to be able to cover 🤔 I love it because it does tell me if he’s missing , like one time my boyfriend took him to work with him at 3 am!!! But it’s still super glitchy. And when there is no WiFi, it freaks out. And unfortunately the signal of gps is pretty poor. I do recommend having something, anything like this on a dog for any given as a just in case. This is the most economical once you do the 2 year fee. I do really like the new features they have developed. They tell me what time he’s sleeping and when he was awake. Where he “went” is a little off but it was a little better. And the notifications is a little pick and choose. The tracking is currently nonexistent and I would like to see that fixed a little more quickly. But otherwise it’s kind of like a generalization. You dog is possibly gone ....
The older pet tracker versions that Whistle offered were good, but the new Whistle 3 adds some well-thought-out improvements. The app is a bit more user-friendly, but the important improvements are in the device. It is smaller, lighter and more responsive than the older models. Plus, the home boundaries can be easily set in the app to match the property line - or any other dimension if you want. For me, this means that if my pet steps off the property I quickly get a notification. In my area, the coverage with AT&T is much better than the Verizon coverage on the old service and I get notifications much faster now. The notifications are more precise, too. They say my dog is “300 feet from home near 1234 Elm St.” I live in the city, so the faster, more precise notification could be a live saver. The only weakness, if I can call if that, is that when spending a great amount of time away from home (where battery power is saved by using WIFI), the battery life is less. But, Whistle notifies you when the battery is low and it can be recharged quickly while my dog naps. Last, but not least - Whistle support is wonderful. I have had their products for several years and they are helpful and very easy to deal with.
As fate would have it, I have an incredible, one of a kind, cherished treasure of a puppy, which happens to be a Runner. As much as I adore my dog, I knew early on that this one thing is something I have to live with and accept. But losing him was Never an option. So I tried to stay safe and keep him safe by arming him to the boots. He is microchipped, has multiple tags, in various places, and he has always had so form of gps tracking. Yes. I tried them ALL!!! They each had one problem or another that made tracking obsolete. Then I came across Whistle. And life changed for both of us. When he ran from me, a few months ago, I was able to simply follow him around the neighborhood and found him playing with a couple of chattering squirrels in a park, .... 3 miles away. Without his Whistle mapping his location precisely and accurately, there would have been No possible way for me to find my Runner. I am a true believer and will NEVER switch. Ever!!!
The whistle app will track my dog and update fairly reliably when she is at home (near WiFi). However, I find I often need to physically open the app and press “refresh location” for it to update (even though it’s set to refresh every 6 minutes...) Where I am very annoyed, however, is that when I bring my dog to the kennel (which does not have WiFi), the app can’t find her. When I drop her off, it has no problem connecting. But once we are not physically close, it won’t work. Whistle support assured me that the area has good ATT coverage, so this shouldn’t be happening— yet it does every time. Customer support’s advice is to try charging the device.... it was at 100% when I dropped her off 30 minutes ago, so battery can’t be the issue. I know she is safe at the kennel, but this makes me seriously worried about the usefulness of the device if my dog were to get lost. Currently, it seems like an overpriced fitness tracker— which I could have gotten without the subscription fee — since the GPS feature only seems to work when there is WiFi or I’m physically with my dog! What’s the point?
With this latest update, on the activity tab, Wednesday is highlighted (today is Wednesday) but below it says Thursday and indicates no activity. If I tap on the “Tuesday” button, it shows Wednesday’s activity. In previous versions of the app, there are days when it shows my dog has traveled more than 10 miles, yet he never left our 2,200 sq/ft house. I find that hard to believe. When we do leave the house with him, alerts are about 50% accurate. Sometimes you get an alert that says “enjoy your trip” because it recognizes you and your dog have left the safe place together, and sometimes you get an alert that says “heads up, your dog is 1 mile from home” and sometimes you get no alert at all. I’ll take my dog to another spot defined as a safe place, and despite the location tab showing him well within the safe place on the map, I never get the alert the he is there, or when he leaves. When we return home it sometimes takes hours to get the alert that he is home. Overall I feel that the accuracy and consistency of alerts is around 50%. Because of this, the timeline feature that was added in an earlier update is a joke.
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Whistle - Pet Tracker is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Nov 11, 2019and the current version is 3.3.0.
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