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Everyone in the family can now get on board with the wearable gadget trend, even the four-legged family members. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on gadgets that track your pet's health, activity levels and location.
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The latest generation of Tagg, the GPS wearable for pets, will integrate with Alarm.com to include home automation features with the smart pet tracking.
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The device lets you livestream HD video, as well as talk and play with your pets.
Henry the golden retriever models the Tagg GPS Plus, which has an air temperature sensor and works with Alarm.com's smart home system.