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The Link app can be paired with the Link pet wearable, which tracks your dog’s location, monitors his activity, and connects you with the most important information about your dog - all accessible via this easy-to-use-app

Track your dog’s location in real time using Link’s Bluetooth, Wifi, Cellular, and GPS connections. Interact with the map on the app to connect with your dog while you’re away. Feel confident knowing you can have eyes on your best friend’s location.

See your dog’s activity level to make sure he’s moving around enough and staying fit and healthy. You can check out the activity recommendations for your pup too based on his breed, behavior, size, and age.

Make sure your dog is safe and comfortable by using the app to monitor the ambient temperature wherever he’s at. Get alerts if the temperature becomes too hot or too cold.

Take pictures and videos of your favorite walks and adventures, and then store them in the app along with the tracked route. Share your adventures with friends and family right from the app. Never forget a good time with your best friend!

Use the app to remotely turn on the light on the Link to keep your dog safe and noticeable outside at night. Use the app to remotely turn on sound, which can be used as a humane training aid.

Document everything you need about your pet’s medical history from vaccinations, veterinarian visits, medications, and more. Snap a picture and store it in the app, so you’ll always have easy access to the most important information about your dog.

***To use this app, you must purchase a Link unit and subscription plan, which will allow you to use the GPS tracking feature.

What’s New

Version 2.1.4

We continue to make improvements to the Link app with bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
99 Ratings

99 Ratings

DrofEnglish ,

Doesn’t work when it’s cloudy

In theory, this Link collar and app are great. There a light on the collar unit to use in the dark, and you can use the app to make it make a sound if you lose the unit. But the darn thing doesn’t work or update if there is one cloud in sky. And it changes when it’s overcast; when I checked this morning it had activity in the bars but wouldn’t register it on the circle. Then in the afternoon I went for another walk with my dog—at a 17 minute mile pace—and only 7 minutes is recorded for a 30+ minute walk. And, it took away the activity from the morning. I mean I guess I have my watch to prove the activity, but this same situation happens almost every time it’s more than partly cloudy. So frustrating. I know, I know—first world problem. And I don’t need the app to tell me my dog is getting his exercise. But it still would be nice if it worked. Oh—and the battery level changes weirdly. One time I checked it, and it said 25%. I went back into the app 10 minutes later to check something else and it said 75%. That’s a pretty big discrepancy and has happened on more than one occasion; perhaps the firmware needs to be updated by the company and then pushed to the units.

Fright night0330 ,

Works great BUT

This things has worked great for me, but has not been without its problems.
I have a basset hound and they tend to wander around, So a gps collar is a godsend.
I received the gps collar as a Christmas present, and immediately put it on my puppy. It works for the most part. When she got out of the yard, I know immediately when it sent me a push notification on my iPhone that she was away.
I did the list dog feature, and even though it took a long time to track her, or to get it to update her position, but when I finally got it to work, I was able to go EXACTLY to her location and pick her up.
The biggest problem I have is getting the collar to update its position, but it still for some reason immediately tells me when she is away, or back with me, or back near the hub.
If it can do those things that quickly, why would it be that hard to get the real-time god tracker to update where she is?
I know a lot of these things are the collar connecting to my phone with Bluetooth or WiFi and using my phones gps position to update where she is.
But besides the issues I have had with updating position, it works like a charm, and has saved my puppy getting to far away by alerting me she is away.
I would highly recommend this product if you have a dog who is a super escape artist like mine.
I am positive that with updates they will improve the product.

EricTwiggs ,

Customer service is great!

All in all I highly recommend Link AKC. That isn’t to say I haven’t had issues, so don’t expect perfection, but you will experience peace of mind for your dog that tends to get loose.

This app works well, but does have room for improvement. That’s where customer service comes into play and they have exceeded expectations! I was having serious issues and customer service and IT worked together to monitor the issues and work on fixes for future app updates. The communication I received from Link AKC was just about as good as anything I’ve ever experienced from a customer service department.

I would like to see WiFi integrated in future releases, but my guess is someday that’ll come.

App Privacy

The developer, Smart Pet Technologies, LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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