While GPS trackers are primarily used for location tracking and safety purposes, some pet owners also use them as a training tool. Some GPS trackers offer geofencing features that allow you to set up a virtual boundary around a specific area. When your pet leaves this designated area, you will receive an alert on your phone or other device. This can be useful for training your pet to stay within certain boundaries, such as in your backyard or a specific room in your home.
Additionally, some trackers offer activity monitoring features that track your pet’s daily activity levels and provide you with data on how much exercise they’re getting. This can be helpful for pet owners who want to ensure their pet is getting enough exercise and may use this information to adjust their pet’s exercise routine or diet. However, it’s important to note that pet locators should not be used as a replacement for proper training methods and should only be used in conjunction with positive reinforcement training techniques.