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    Dog locator

    Hi all,
    I have just got a new dog and it is as thick as can be.it has no sense of direction whatsoever.
    What units are out there to track him if he gets lost..

    regards
    Now

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    They say a dog takes after it`s owner, sorry but you did walk straight into it.
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    It might help if you said, What breed of dog? and... Where do you anticipate losing it?

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    Okay,
    must be that time of night...

    Its............................................... ...... an Irish Terrier,open hill and forestry,

    Tamus you must of seen it when you picked up the fridge, hope it still working)! If you didn't then now you know why I need a tracker..
    Last edited by news of the world; 19-11-2011 at 19:59.

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    Quote Originally Posted by news of the world View Post
    Okay,
    must be that time of night...

    Its............................................... ...... an Irish Terrier

    Tamus you must of seen it when you picked up the fridge, hope it still working)! If you didn't then now you know why I need a tracker..
    Oh me me,you like a challenge eh

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    Wolverine,
    apparently so!
    He has many faults, but he has one fantastic trait,he has his nose to the ground at all times and does not use his sight when tracking..
    But like all terriers they have selective hearing..

    Now

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    Quote Originally Posted by news of the world View Post
    Okay,
    must be that time of night...
    ... You're right.

    Its............................................... ...... an Irish Terrier,open hill and forestry,

    Tamus you must of seen it when you picked up the fridge, hope it still working)! If you didn't then now you know why I need a tracker.
    That dog was a wee cracker, and so well behaved I never twigged, sorry. I've a Plummer dog (probably more hound than terrier )so you have my sympathies.

    What I was really getting at was... are we talking underground or over? Bellman and Flint for the underground stuff and for above ground you'll need one of those Scadanavian jobs.

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    Tamus,
    definitely above ground,
    Just done a google search and have come up with the Garmin Astro, but would like some feedback from someone that has one..

    regards
    Now

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone View Post
    If going for the Astro, go DC 40
    Would that be the Garmin Astro "Nordic" + DC40 .... by any chance?

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