As you observe the tail swaying back and forth when you open the front door, you remember why you always wanted a dog for your [[targerlocation]] home. However, some animals have been known to trigger alarms on some home security systems. And it seems that the larger your pooch is, the greater the chance they might cause a false alarm. So don’t you think it would be beneficial if there was a dog-friendly alarm system in Sugarland?
As a dog owner, you will want to take into consideration the many benefits that come with Vivint’s home security systems. First of all, you are able to rework the sensors to exclude spaces where pets typically roam. Second, make use of your indoor surveillance devices with HD night vision and motion detecting capacity to always have eyes on your pet. Lastly, your dog-friendly alarm system needs to be easy to use so you can quickly arm and disarm the system as required.
Adjust your sensors to avoid pets
Current door, window, and motion sensors are more accommodating to pets than before. Small dogs or cats shouldn’t have any problem avoiding an inadvertent tripping of the sensor, as the system can adapt to them. Larger dogs and rambunctious animals may have an enhanced likelihood of false alarms, but you are able to lessen that risk with a couple changes on the Vivint smartphone app.
- Adjust the motion detection sensitivity to low. You can also alter the size of the perimeter of the sensor.
- Position detectors away from heavily traveled areas, such as the favorite napping spot or food dish.
- Turn off your alarms via your cell phone app when you’re getting close to the house -- specifically if your furry friend likes to leap toward secured doors or windows when you walk up the front steps.
- Program a smart light to illuminate to relax an anxious dog after the sun goes down.
The ability to make these modifications is why Vivint is the leading pet-friendly home security system in Sugarland.