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GPS collars help hunters keep track of dogs

10:14 PM, Jan. 4, 2013
Ted Gartner of Edwards County, Kan., checks the GPS collar on Vegas, one of his hunting dogs. The technology keeps track of dogs who stray too far afield.
Ted Gartner of Edwards County, Kan., checks the GPS collar on Vegas, one of his hunting dogs. The technology keeps track of dogs who stray too far afield.
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It can be one of the lowest feelings in bird hunting.

Darkness is falling across a rugged and remote landscape at least five miles from the nearest house and 15 miles from the nearest town. And a beloved bird dog is nowhere to be seen. Too often such scenarios don't have a happy ending.

Thanks to technology produced by a Kansas company, hunters needn't worry about losing their dog while afield. ...

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