A panic can be triggered in a dog by many things in unforeseen circumstances. A loud bang or even worse an sudden accident where we usually have limited influence. A dog that is panicked is no longer able to make rational decisions. The best behaved dog, in a panic will no longer respond to a command or call from the owner. He usually just runs away as fast as he can. This means he will cover a great distance within a short time, and then usually wander around completely disoriented or look for a hiding place until the fright and his fear subsides. We as owners are helpless, he might even be injured and needs urgent medical care. Without GPS tracking, it can take days or weeks to find a dog after a panic. With GPS tracking, it is often possible to find the dog in just a few hours. Time that can mean the difference between life and death!