- Halo App
We have developed historical charts and graphs to review Halo’s performance for your pet. This feature allows you to access information including Preventions, Tracking, Distance Walked, and Activity.
To view this information, open your Halo App and select the Pet Card for the pet that you want to view the activity for. While inside the Pet Card, see the section Tracking For Today and select View More to see that pet's detailed tracking information.
This graph shows the number of times your dog receives each type of Prevention Feedback.
- Warning - Your dog comes into the Warning Area of a Fence Boundary (7-10 feet [2.1-3.0 meters]) or Halo Beacon (1-3 feet [0.3-0.9 meters]) and is still moving towards the fence/beacon.
- Boundary – Your dog is ignoring the Warning Feedback for more than 2 seconds and continues to move towards the fence/beacon.
- Emergency - Your dog has passed the fence boundary and continues to move away from safety.
This graph shows the time your pet is safe (inside a fence with fences on), unsafe (outside all fences with fences on), fences off (time that you had fences off), and time Halo was on the charger. This chart allows you to see the data by day, or narrow down to each hour of a selected day. All 24 hours of the day should fall into one of these categories, unless the collar is turned off or powered down (which it should never be).
This graph shows the total distance walked/run by the dog (does not include driving distance) as calculated/estimated by the GPS chip and collar activity sensor. The Walk Count shown on the pet card increments only when you turn fences off, leave the fence with your dog, and travel more than 500 feet (152.4 meters). The walk ends when you return to your fence or you turn fence mode on.
This graph shows the total time your pet is active/moving, resting, or on a drive, as calculated by the Halo activity sensor chip inside the Halo Collar. This chart allows you to see the data by day or narrow down to each hour of a selected day.