Although the Wagr tracker gets  GPS coordinates very frequently, it transmits this data to your app at different frequencies based on whether your dog is inside a Safe Zone or not. This has been done to improve the battery life of the tracker.

When inside a Safe Zone, location coordinates are sent every 60 minutes. But if your dog is outside a Safe Zone, the tracker will send the location coordinates every minute to ensure that you can track him or her in real time. 

If you mark your dog as safe when he or she is outside a Safe Zone, the frequency of location updates gets reduced again to once in 60 minutes.

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