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Remote monitoring of Dog\House

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by hyper Springer, Mar 29, 2011.


  1. hyper Springer

    hyper Springer PetForums Senior

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    Been keeping an eye for a while on wireless IP cameras that just need to connect to your router

    Just got one that virtually set itself up and its cracking....

    Cos i have 2 screens at work i can now have a live feed on to the boy wonder :)

    It also records automaticcly either a still image or\movie when it detects movement...eg a thieving scroat ;)


    and as the image is sent in seconds off site it dont matter if they nick the camera .....say cheese scumbag:rolleyes:

    As soon as movement is detected within:D 15 seconds the image is shown on my Blackberry

    I cant wait to see wht Wilson gets up tomorow...i suspect sleep for the 4 hours im out :)

    But i can also hear him and talk to him;)


    be great when im on hols :cool:

    and only £100 ;) ...best gadget ive bought for ages

    EyeSpy247F+ Low Light Wireless Internet Security Camera: Amazon.co.uk: Amazon.co.uk:
     
  2. babycham2002

    babycham2002 PetForums VIP

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    ooo let us know what he does when your out :smile:
     
  3. hyper Springer

    hyper Springer PetForums Senior

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    I cant wait to findout :) probably not a lot.......

    I imagine it would be usefull if you have bellends for neighbours who claim your dog barks all day when ...all the proof u need:D
     
  4. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    That sounds brilliant :) i'd love to know what they do when we're not there - mine are very rarely alone so no good for me but great for a bitch near to whelp if you have to go out for a while and dogs with separation anxiety. :)
     
  5. hyper Springer

    hyper Springer PetForums Senior

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    Just a quick update....the boy in 4 hours slept on floor for a bit then went on couch for a sleep...no noise and didnt touch his filled kong till i got home and took him for a walk:rolleyes:;)

    It really is a dogs life:sleep:
     
  6. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    Bless him, so good and he doesn't even know he's being spied on, lol. :)
     
  7. Nicky10

    Nicky10 PetForums VIP

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    I've been tempted sometimes would be good to see what he gets up to. But knowing Buster he probably just sleeps all the time
     
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