Findster Duo+ VS. Fitbark 2

Findster Duo (on the left) VS. Fitbark 2 (on the right)
Written by Mark Braeden

We as dog parents are sometimes anxious to let our dogs roam the park and the trails without a leash. It does not mean that we are strict, but we want to make our dogs safe, but these pooches need to get some exercise and freedom. Also, we are not around all day to join them. We need to monitor their health and wanted to know the early signs or symptoms in case they don’t feel well. Because of this, we are comparing one of the best dog trackers in the market. Findster Duo+ vs. Fitbark 2. In this post, you will see all the features side by side including how they measure activity levels.

Main Features

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GPS Tracking Features

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Activity / Fitness Tracking Features

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Smartphone App

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Paid Subscription

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Winner: Findster Duo+

Findster Duo+ has wider location coverage and can show daily or weekly data about the dog’s activities, resting time and walks. With MAZE technology, even if your four-legged friend is far from your area in the park, the real-time location still works. You can even view where your dog is on the map. You don’t have to buy another GPS gadget compared to Fitbark 2 since it is already a GPS with dog monitoring features. At the same time, Findster Duo has awful reviews in general, that I considered in my big review. The full features are in general, affordable since you are sure that you won’t easily lose your dog. Also, Findster Duo+ is a subscription-free dog GPS tracker.

However, if you need only dog activity tracking only, I would recommend FitBark 2 instead (check the current price).

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About the author

Mark Braeden

Mark is the dog breeder for 17 years. Mark also has 4 dogs: Alaskan Malamute, Clumber Spaniel, Irish Terrier and Mutt. Mark also into latest technologies and he is trying all the latest dog gadgets & technologies on the market and sharing his experience.

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