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Fi GPS Tracking Collar #8067560 11/28/20 05:55 PM
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Ginger is my new hound dog. She's a rescue. She rescued me a few months ago.
The lady who found her couldn't keep her because she plucked the feathers off her chickens.
I don't have chickens so I figured it would work out.

A couple of people have told me she is a Mountain Cur or even a Tennessee Treeing Brindle.
Never heard of either one of those breeds.
Considering she is a rescue, her pedigree may just be by Truck out of Midway.

Don't have a fenced in yard. Live in the country. Bought her a tracking collar. https://tryfi.com/
Don't know anything about tracking collars but for 28 cents a day, it's fun seeing where she goes.
That girl covers a lot of ground.

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Re: Fi GPS Tracking Collar [Re: MrMadMac] #8072898 12/02/20 04:15 PM
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In case anyone is wondering, I have no connection with tryFi.com other than being a satisfied customer.
It's surprising to me that no one has commented on this subject.
Yes, I have one. Or, you should have gotten a Garmin. Or, don't let your dog run loose like that.

Anyone? Anyone?

Re: Fi GPS Tracking Collar [Re: MrMadMac] #8073471 12/02/20 11:03 PM
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I've never tried them.
My yard is fenced, and I use a Garmin in the field.



Shopping with your husband is like hunting with the game warden.
Experience is what you get, when you didn't get what you wanted.


Re: Fi GPS Tracking Collar [Re: kindall] #8073535 12/02/20 11:44 PM
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Originally Posted by kindall
I've never tried them.
My yard is fenced, and I use a Garmin in the field.

This

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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
Originally Posted by kindall
I've never tried them.
My yard is fenced, and I use a Garmin in the field.

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Re: Fi GPS Tracking Collar [Re: MrMadMac] #8074209 12/03/20 02:35 PM
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Do you have a picture of her? We had a stray show up at our house and never leave, so we adopted her. We did a DNA test and she came back 100% Mountain Cur. We have had her for one year now, and she is no doubt one of the best dogs i have ever had.

We live out in the woods, and are surrounded by a few large timber tracts. She loves to explore, and sometimes she doesnt like to come home when we call her. I have been looking at GPS collars, but they have been pretty expensive. Thanks for posting this one, i will check it out!


Re: Fi GPS Tracking Collar [Re: MrMadMac] #8084059 12/10/20 07:54 PM
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Thank you for asking but I have been able to keep track of her with the Fi tracking collar.
Even went out and intercepted her and her running mate a few times and drove them home.
I guess that makes me a Dog Uber. She stays much closer to home now.

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