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The New Halo Collar 3

The most accurate GPS dog fence ever created


Our new AI-driven software uses machine learning for unparalleled fence and dog location accuracy.

Active GPS Antenna

Actively engages antenna to provide better satellite reception in areas with poor coverage or obstructions.

Real-Time Tracking

The most responsive real-time location tracking of any GPS dog collar available lets you know exactly where your pup is at all times.

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All Carrier Coverage

This revolutionary feature auto-connects to the cellular carrier with the strongest and fastest signal—anywhere in the world, at no extra cost.

Perfect Fit

The tailoring system enables you to custom fit the collar to your dog’s exact neck size, even as they grow.

24-Hour Battery Life

Roam for a day before needing to recharge. Less time charging and more time exploring.

Magnetic Charging

Powering up is a snap with a durable charging port that keeps out water and debris.


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How is Halo different from other “smart” GPS and tracking dog collars?

Halo is, first and foremost, the safest and most advanced virtual fence for your dog. But Halo offers so much more than any other e-collar. Halo Fences keep your dog safely inside the boundaries that you easily define, and prevents them from leaving (unlike other tracking collars, which only track and notify you when they escape). It also keeps track of the activity levels and exercise that result from the freedom the fence provides. Your Halo Collar prevents, protects, tracks, and trains your dog—and can even guide your dog home.

Is the Halo Collar worth the money?

The Halo Collar provides revolutionary technology at a fraction of the cost of other dog fences. A physical fence can range anywhere from $1,000 to over $10,000 depending on material and length. An in-ground wire fence or an electric dog fence can range from $900 to $2,200 (averaging around $2 per linear foot), and other GPS dog fences like SpotOn cost $1,295, making the Halo Collar a very affordable dog fence alternative.

How accurate are Halo Fences compared to other “wired” fences?

The Halo Collar's advanced GPS/GNSS system is extremely accurate. It uses the latest geolocation technology and is more accurate than your smart phone. Halo Fences are not created using a wire, so they can't be cut, damaged, and don't need to be installed underground. In additon, Halo Fence posts can be placed anywhere, and are not limited by geography or other obstacles that prevent the installation of a wire.

Will Halo work for my dog?

Halo is a proven system that works on any breed and any age, as long as they are over 5 months old and over 20 lbs. With dog training from Cesar Millan, any dog owner can train their dog on the Halo system. Over 350 breeds and over 150,000 dogs are currently using Halo Collar.

What if my dog escapes the Halo Fence?

If your dog escapes beyond the three levels of protection provided inside your Halo Fences, there are multiple fail-safes outside of your fences that will help protect your dog. You will immediately be notified if your dog has escaped. In addition, with Cesar's expert guidance, you will train your dog to come right back home! Your dog's Halo Collar will use its advanced algorithms to intelligently determine which direction your dog is facing, so that they only receive prevention feedback if they keep running further away from safety, and so they'll never receive a correction while heading home!

Who will train my dog? How long will that take?

It's highly important that you are the one who trains your dog. Every dog needs a pack leader, so as a pet parent, that pack leader needs to be you! This will not only help with your Halo training, but will build the trust, respect, and love that is essential for a happy life with your dog. On average, pet parents should expect to practice for at least 15 minutes a day for about 21 days—enough time to build a strong habit. Every dog learns at different speeds, so it may take more or less time. Make sure to be patient with your dog, and they will learn much more quickly!