Multi-purpose canines (MPCs) attached to Army Special Operational Forces (ARSOF) units play pivotal roles in small unit tactics as a force multiplier. The ARSOF canine handlers inability to effectively communicate with the MPC in non-line of sight (non-LOS) scenarios limit ARSOF Soldier maneuverability, survivability, lethality and unit tactical advantage. Current techniques for off-leash directional control require red, visible lasers to push MPCs to specific locations within the canine handlers line of sight. Line of sight directional control greatly limits the operational utility and activities of MPCs in combat scenarios, clandestine operations, surveillance and remote detection events. In this SBIR, Mantel proposes a unique, simple, low cost solution that leverages COTS hardware, experience in electronics integration into soft goods, and military working dog experience to address the current need.