The range of a pet GPS tracker can vary depending on the type of device and the location. Some trackers have a range of a few hundred feet, while others can track your pet’s location from miles away.
GPS trackers that use cellular networks typically have a wider range, allowing you to track your pet’s location from anywhere with cellular coverage, even worldwide. However, these trackers also require a monthly subscription fee for cellular service. Radio frequency trackers, on the other hand, have a shorter range but do not require a monthly fee as they rely on radio signals. It’s important to choose a tracker with a range that is suitable for your needs and the environment in which your pet will be using it.