«It was surprisingly easy to use Lildog»
Kristoffer (25) from Trondheim and the bird dog Enya (2) took Lildog on a test in the urban field outside Trondheim.
Sigrid, Enya og Kristoffer
«An extra security in everyday life»
Kristoffer and his cohabitant Sigrid spend a lot of time in the cabin at the waterfall where their bird dog Enya is allowed to run free. Enya has a lot of energy and runs freely when we are in the area around the cabin. We have already experienced that Enya has run away, so for us such a GPS for dogs will be an extra security in everyday life, says Kristoffer. Therefore, we of course said yes when Lildog asked if we would be one of the first to test Lildog this summer, he continues.
Kristoffer is initially not so fond of digital gadgets, but was surprised at how easy it was to set up Lildog. «I was surprised at how easy it was» Kristoffer answers the question about installation. «We have tried other GPS trackers before, where we have spent a lot of time setting up the device to make it work» he continues.
«Here it was just a matter of holding down the button for 3 seconds and everything was connected» Kristoffer concludes.
Hunting and outdoor life.
Both Kristoffer and Sigrid are active and eager outdoor people where they take Enya as much out into the woods and fields as possible. In the autumn they go hunting and in the winter they go hiking a lot, both on foot and on skis. "Lildog is so small that it can be on the collar all the time," Kristoffer explains. "In this way, we have control even if Enya is to run away when she jumps out of the car or when the door to the cabin opens late at night," he continues.
Are there other times you need Lildog?
It is a security no matter where we are. Even though we are in the city, some birds can quickly appear that are more tempting than listening to me. Then I also want to find her again as soon as possible, Kristoffer answers.
Kristoffer has tested Lildog, been interviewed and sent in photos, in exchange for a free Lildog.