Using a Pet Spy Camre to monitor your Dog or Cat

It isn’t easy to leave your dog or cat at home all day when you have to go to work. First of all, you probably assume they are lonely. Secondly, though, how do you know if your pet is getting into trouble? While making a mess of the potted plant in the living room is certainly frustrating, eating the fertilizer is dangerous, which is why you should give your pet a pet spy camera to see what they are up to. There are many different pet camera types and camera brands to choose from, depending on the particular concerns you have for your pet.

For example, you can install a dog spy camera in the kitchen just to see if he is trying to sneak into the pantry. You could also install a pet camera on their collar to take a photo journal of everything they do. This is actually not a bad idea since you not only get to check out their adventures and mischief, but it might also result in some interesting shots! A cat spy camera, for example, might let you see interesting perspectives of your home, especially if your feline is a climber.

There are many things that you need to consider when buying a pet spy camera. You should always compare cat camera specs, for instance, like resolution and memory capacity. The industry standard for memory appears to be around 8mb of internal memory, which is not expandable. However, this should be more than enough to get enough shots throughout the day. You can adjust most pet camera models to take pictures every minute, every 5 minutes, or every 15 minutes. Of course, this might affect the number of pictures you get as long as battery life, so make your determinations according to how long you will be gone.

Battery life is, indeed, also an important aspect of any dog spy camera. Your cat spy camera needs to be able to hold charge for the whole day. Obviously a normal workday means that you will be gone for anywhere from 8 to 11 hours. This means that you need to preserve battery life. When it comes time to charge it, though, it will only take one or two hours via USB cable and you will be ready to go. Also, since it is plug-and-play, there is no software to install.


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