As you see the tail start moving when you walk through the door, you are reminded why you thought it was a good idea to get a dog for your [[targerlocation]] family. Even so, quite a few animals can set off sensors on some home security systems. And it seems that the bigger your pooch is, the greater the chance they might be the reason for a false alarm. So wouldn't it be nice if you could find a dog-friendly alarm system in Worcester?
As a dog owner, you need to think about the range of benefits found in Vivint’s alarms and cameras. To start with, you can rework the sensors to ignore spaces where your animals are most active. Next, make use of your indoor video cameras with high definition night vision and motion detection capabilities to always have eyes on your animals. Third, your dog-friendly alarm system ought to be easy to use so you may quickly engage and disengage your property’s security as required.
Set your sensors to avoid pets
Current door, window, and motion sensors are more accommodating to pets than previous devices. Smaller animals should have no problem avoiding an accidental sensor trip, as the equipment can adapt to them. Larger dogs and rambunctious animals may have an increased possibility of false alarms, but you are able to reduce that chance with a couple modifications on the Vivint smartphone app.
- Change the motion detection sensitivity to low. You may even modify the range of the sensor.
- Position motion detection devices away from high-traffic spots, such as a pet’s preferred sleeping place or food bowl.
- Deactivate your alarms with your mobile security app when you’re on your way home -- especially if your furry friend has a tendency to jump around the door or window when you're walking in.
- Program a smart bulb to turn on to relax an uptight animal at night.
The capability of handling these modifications makes Vivint the top pet-friendly home security system in Worcester.