When a stray dog goes off the leash, it is almost always gone.
A dog is never truly gone from its owner, even if its body has been found, or its collar has been removed.
It can take hours to retrieve the dog from a body, and sometimes weeks to find its owner.
But this is no longer the case.
The new technology that is transforming the way dogs are tracked is called Spot.
It was developed by a team of Dublin University students and is now available in the UK and the US.
The idea behind Spot is to have a dog on a leash that can be tracked with a smartphone app.
As the dog runs, the app will send data back to a nearby location so that the owner can check if the dog is alive.
Spot was first shown to the world at the 2017 European Robotics and Automation Congress in the Netherlands.
It has since been applied to thousands of dogs across the world.
A Spot sensor is attached to the leash of a stray dogs owner.
Source: The Irish Sun/Twitter Spot was initially designed to be used by dogs and is capable of tracking and locating an owner within seconds.
In order to keep the technology safe and secure, it was made to be easy to use for owners and to allow them to stay in control.
Spot is also designed to work with a wide range of dogs, ranging from a dog with a collar and harness to an old-fashioned dachshund with a stick in its mouth.
It is designed to operate at night, when people are more likely to be around to see the dog.
The app also allows owners to set the number of dogs in their household, so they can ensure they are getting enough dogs for their family.
The team behind Spot say that it is only the beginning.
They say the technology will be a game changer for dogs.
“This is a really exciting time for dogs and for humans,” said Paul Ritchie, the lead developer of Spot.
“When we started developing Spot, we knew that we wanted to change the way we tracked our dogs.”
“The first thing we did was create a smartphone application that allows dogs to communicate with one another.”
The team at Spot say they have had some challenges with the use of cameras in dogs, particularly with the introduction of smartphones in the last five years.
“We’ve had to overcome a lot of obstacles with cameras in our dogs,” said Ritchie.
Spot was developed in collaboration with the University of Technology in Dublin and the Department of Animal Sciences at Dublin State University. “
But the more we look at our technology, the more excited we are.”
Spot was developed in collaboration with the University of Technology in Dublin and the Department of Animal Sciences at Dublin State University.
The application is free to download and can be downloaded on Apple iOS or Android devices.