The Furbo Dog Camera is the most incredible toy I have ever bought for my dog. It is a full HD Camera. It’s Wi-Fi enabled and compatible with Alexa. It also has 2-way audio to see, hear, and talk to my best friend.
Night vision, and live streaming capabilities, this monitor does absolutely everything. Including tossing treats at your dog while you’re busy working away.
After a full year of working from home, my best friend is understandably sad that I’m back in an office. So, having this camera helps her realize I’m not really gone. It’s not only us who need a little extra understanding these days. Our dogs do too.
Some dogs get bored quickly, and others will suffer from separation anxiety. A good 2-way monitor will help you address those issues. After all, what dog could get bored with random treats appearing in mid-air and flying across the kitchen?
Hearing your voice and interacting with you, even if it’s just through a camera system, will help reduce anxiety caused by the separation. Decreasing your dog’s stress will lead to happy and healthy pups and reduce some destructive behaviors.
Plus, if you’re super lazy like me, you can just holler at Alexa to give her a treat without getting up off the couch.
It also comes with bark alert. Using the app (compatible with iOS and Android), you’ll get an alert on your phone. You can set the sensitivity of the alert through the app. This means that if there is extreme barking because a lunatic breaks down your front door, you’ll get a warning. On the other hand, if a squirrel walks by the back door, you won’t.
PSA from an experienced pet cam and treat tossing owner: Please keep the monitor (and the power cord) tucked away. Make sure the camera is on an elevated surface that toddlers and dogs can’t access. If you have an enthusiastic animal, they may knock the camera down off the kitchen counter. Then, they might eat it in a misguided attempt to get all the treats.
The last and probably most compelling reason to have a monitor for your dog is safety. My dog is the love of my life. She is every bit as important to me as my own babies. I would be devasted if something happened to her. Further, if something happened that I could have prevented, it would crush me.
I use an Alexa enable monitor to keep an eye on my best friend and my house. The push alerts and notifications to my smartphone can be a lifesaver. Literally. In the event of an emergency, I can unlock doors and open windows. Or I can open the garage.
This means that emergency personnel can get quick access to the house. It also means my dog could get out to safety if there were a fire.
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