That Time I Tagged Anabelle

September 30, 2013

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Tagg™ Pet Tracker, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #pettracker

This weekend I had an amazing time visiting friends and family back in South Carolina. We sang and danced, celebrated two different marriages and reminisced about old times together. I loved every minute of it, but being the fur mom that I am, I was constantly texting Nick asking how “our girls” were doing.

Our pup Anabelle is quite the rambunctious little rascal. She’s always getting into things and chasing around our cat Susie. Since she’s only a year and a half old, she has puppy energy out the wazoo, but during the hours of the day that we’re home, she’s often found cuddled on her favorite blanket in the corner. It got me thinking… when in the world does this dog get out her energy?

In comes Tagg Pet Tracker. This tracker is like a saving grace for all worrisome and curious dog moms like me. Growing up, my family never had dogs, only cats (which Tagg does work on as well, if they’re over a certain weight!) Now that I have Anabelle I’m constantly worried that I’m not giving her everything she needs.

Apparently my dog has a party in our apartment at 2 a.m. every night?

Not only does it monitor activity, but it also tracks Anabelle via GPS if she ever wanders outside the “tagg zone” aka away from home. Plus, I can monitor it all from my mobile phone. Easy right? I don’t have to charge it daily, and it doesn’t weigh Anabelle down. You guys should see some of the photos I tried to get of her… Tagg Pet Tracker doesn’t weigh her down one bit.



On top of all of the other great benefits, we had a few minor issues with our tracker at first, but you guys: their customer service team is top notch. They worked tirelessly to work everything out. Each of the ladies I spoke to were excellent and walked me every step of the way, including activation of the product.

To other fur moms, I cannot recommend this tracker enough. It helps put my anxious mind to rest about my pup and helps reassure me that our girl is getting the activity she needs. You know you need one of your own, so Tagg Pet Tracker is offering 10% off to The Observant Turtle readers! Just use code “TAGG10” to get your discount.

So please tell me I’m not the only worrisome fur mom out there! 
Has anyone ever tried a pet tracker before?

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