Whenever you see the tail start moving when you open the front door, you know why you wanted to get a dog for your [[targerlocation]] home. However, many animals have been known to set off a sensor on some home security systems. And it seems that the larger your dog is, the greater the likelihood they could be the reason for a false alarm. So wouldn't it be helpful if you had access to a dog-friendly alarm system in Bozeman?
If you share your home with a dog, you need to think about the range of benefits that come with Vivint’s smart home systems. First, you can modify the sensors to disregard areas where your four-legged friends usually wander about. Next, use your indoor video cameras with high-def night vision and motion detection functionality to keep an eye on your pet. Third, your dog-friendly alarm system should be simple to control so you can quickly arm and disarm your property’s security as required.
Program your sensors to allow for your pet
Today's door, window, and motion sensors are much more pet-friendly than previous devices. Small dogs or cats shouldn’t have any problem avoiding an inadvertent triggering of the sensor, as the devices are capable of adjusting. Larger dogs and rowdy animals will have an increased possibility of false alarms, but there are ways you can decrease that risk with a couple modifications on the Vivint smartphone app.
- Change the sensitivity of your motion detector to low. You are also able to modify the range of the motion detector.
- Place motion detection devices away from frequented places, including a pet’s preferred sleeping place or food bowl.
- Deactivate your alarms via your mobile security app before you pull in the driveway -- especially if your dog has a tendency to bound past the door or window when you walk up the front steps.
- Schedule a smart bulb to turn on to relax an uptight pet after the sun goes down.
The ability to make these modifications is why Vivint is the top pet-friendly home security system in Bozeman.