As you notice the tail start moving when you walk through the door, you know why you always wanted a dog for your [[targerlocation]] family. With that in mind, some animals are inclined to set off alarms on different types of home security systems. And it appears that the bigger your dog is, the greater the chance they may be the reason for a false alarm. So wouldn't it be nice if there was a dog-friendly alarm system in Columbia?
If you have a dog, you need to think about the many benefits that come with Vivint’s alarms and cameras. First of all, you can rework the sensors to exclude areas where your animals usually wander about. Second, use your indoor security cameras with HD night vision and motion sensing capabilities to maintain a close watch of your pet. Third, your dog-friendly alarm system should be easy to use so you can rapidly activate and deactivate your home’s defense as needed.
Adjust your sensors to avoid your pet
Current window, door, and motion sensors are more accommodating to pets than past options. Cats and smaller dogs aren’t likely to have any trouble avoiding an inadvertent tripping of the sensor, as the system can adapt to them. More sizable dogs and rambunctious animals will have an enhanced likelihood of false alarms, but there are ways you can reduce that risk with a few changes on the Vivint app.
- Set the sensitivity levels of your motion detectors to low. You are also able to adjust the size of the perimeter of the sensor.
- Position motion detection devices away from frequented places, including the favorite napping spot or food bowl.
- Turn off your alarms via your smartphone app when you’re on your way home -- specifically if your furry friend likes to leap toward secured doors or windows when you walk up the front steps.
- Schedule a smart light to illuminate to relax an uptight pet after the sun goes down.
The ability to make these modifications is why Vivint is the leading pet-friendly home security system in Columbia.