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Stokes Valley to trial new dog tag technology

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The Community Noticeboard is for non-profi t organisations. For2015 $15.00 Composed by Tony Watling 11th. Nov. A Lower Hutt suburb will be one of you can publish up to 25 words. the first in the country to trial a new dog No AGMS, sporting notices or special tag technology. meetings. Community Notices must Doggone is designed to help reunite be pre-paid. dog owners with their lost pets, and Call into our office, phone (04) 587 Stokes Valley dog owners are trialing 1660 pools or email classifi were builteds@wsn.co.nz by us. the new technology that includes Our a summer Blends in well did cause no fuss. Bluetooth tag and app that sends locaWith hydro slide will cause a splash. tion updates. “In simple terms, Doggone links an And to it many people dash. ID with the Bluetooth registration tag ThroughVersatility’ native bush we twist and wiggle. concert, classical, Gilbert/ and the free Doggone App. From the children a giggle. Sullivan. Stbrings Stephens Church, “When the dog is marked as lost on Severn days a week28, the7.30pm place isand open. September St James, the App by its owner, the owner receives Hot summer days we all30, are2.00pm. hopen!Tickets LH, September location updates of where their dog has $20.00 or $15.00 concession.

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been,” says Hutt City Council’s divisional manager of regulatory services and emergency management, Geoff Stuart. D A 1000 Y Hutt City CouncilOF hasTHE around Doggone tags available for the trial which is why the trial is limited to just Stokes 51. J.K. Valley. Chief Rowlingexecutive officer of Doggone, Tracy the Austin says the inspiration chose behind it unusual was the opportunity to reduce the anxiety and stress felt both by dog name owners and dogs in the event of a dog ‘Hermione’ being lost. so“There youngare many reasons why dogs are girls referred to as man’s best friend.” wouldn’t People who have lost their dog before be willteased tell you that the stress of not knowfor ingbeing where they are can be overwhelming, and the longer they’re lost the more nerdy! stressful it becomes,” Tracy says.

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