The beauty of Gibi is that you don’t have to wait for someone to find your dog and report it,” said Synette.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2015
Gibi, a pet tracking device that attaches to the collar, provides a solution in the wake of Boston, MA police warning residents, “Please watch your dogs. We have been dealing with a large number of dogs that are running the streets. Most of them are getting out of yards that are usually secure because of snow banks.”
The Gibi app allows owners to set "safe zones." If a pet leaves the yard or other designated spot, owners are alerted via their phone. Waterproof, Gibi will withstand stormy weather while also giving the location of the dog so pet owners can find their whereabouts immediately.
Created by two sisters, Synette Tom a satellite telecommunications engineer, and Sheree Loui a medical service dog raiser and trainer, Gibi is unlike any pet accessory out there. Combining the best of GPS satellite technology and design with what dogs and their owners demand: comfort, safety and security, it’s leading the way for innovative pet tech and putting pet safety into their owners’ hands. Pet lovers and problem solvers, Gibi founders Synette and Sheree wanted to help pets return home before they were picked up by animal control, snatched by an evil-doer, or hit by a car.
“The beauty of Gibi is that you don’t have to wait for someone to find your dog and report it,” said Synette. “This allows you to fetch your dog yourself without delay."
With Gibi, owners do not need to be in range of their pet. In fact, owners can be in a different state and check the Gibi app for the location of their pet.
For more information visit GetGibi.com or contact Chelsea(at)ChicBlvd.com.