As you observe the tail start moving when you enter your house, you are reminded why you always wanted a dog for your [[targerlocation]] home. Even so, some animals have been known to trip a sensor on various home security systems. And it seems that the larger your dog is, the greater the likelihood they may be the reason for a false alarm. So wouldn't it be beneficial if you could find a dog-friendly alarm system in Allentown?
Vivint's home security alarms have built-in tools that make sense for pet owners. First, you are able to modify the sensors to exclude areas where pets are most active. Next, utilize your indoor surveillance devices with high-def night vision and motion detection capabilities to always have eyes on your pet. Lastly, your dog-friendly alarm system should be simple to interact with so you may rapidly activate and deactivate the system as required.
Program your sensors to account for dogs
Modern window, door, and motion sensors are more accommodating to pets than past options. Small dogs or cats shouldn’t have any trouble circumventing an unintentional triggering of the sensor, as the devices are capable of adjusting. More sizable dogs and exuberant pets will have a greater chance of causing false alarms, but you may lessen that likelihood with a couple changes on the Vivint app.
- Set the sensitivity of your motion detector to low. You may even adjust the amount of area covered by the sensor.
- Position motion detection devices away from heavily traveled areas, such as a pet’s preferred sleeping place or feeding area.
- Turn off your alarms with your mobile security app before you pull in the driveway -- particularly if your dog is known to leap toward secured doors or windows as you walk in.
- Program a smart light to illuminate to soothe an uptight dog after the sun goes down.
Having the ability to handle these modifications makes Vivint the leading pet-friendly home security system in Allentown.