Please check out this article if you're getting inaccurate notifications telling you that your pet has entered/left a GPS fence you created.
Please note that this problem might be occurring because your pet's position is being inaccurately tracked, in the first place - if this is the case, please check the article on how to solve GPS accuracy problems with the Pet.
Avoiding inaccurate notifications regarding GPS fences
If you're receiving inaccurate notifications about a GPS fence, it's most likely because you're requiring the GPS fence in question to be extremely precise, which may not be possible due to the surrounding environment. The most common example is a fence with a very small radius - if the Pet module does not have ideal tracking conditions, it may report an innacurate location (false positives). In this case, if they're surrounded by a very small fence, they'll easily go in and out of it on the map, which results in inaccurate notifications.
This is a standard GPS limitation (unrelated with Findster), and is true with all tracking systems which feature GPS. In order to avoid this problem, you can increase the size of the GPS fence as a workaround. So, even if your pet gets tracked a few yards/meters away from its real position, they'll still be inside the fence.
Here's a practical example:
Estrela's owners created a safe zone around their house. As they have a garage, everytime Estrela enters it she gets tracked a few yards/meters away because she's indoors (which decreases the accuracy of its position, as explained in our article about GPS errors). Given this, when Estrela's inside the garage, her position would sometimes appear outside the safe zone - causing inaccurate notifications. By increasing the fence's size (in order to cover a bit more ground, as pictured below), Estrela's owners won't receive wrong notifications even if she's tracked a few yards/meters away from her real position.
If you're still unable to solve the issue, please report this problem.
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