When you see the tail swaying back and forth when you walk through the door, you are reminded why you thought it was a good idea to get a dog for your [[targerlocation]] home. Even so, many animals have been known to trip sensors on different types of home security systems. And it appears that the more substantial your pooch is, the greater the chance they may be the source of a false alarm. So wouldn't it be helpful if there was a dog-friendly alarm system in Scranton?
Vivint's smart home security system has many options ideal for pet-loving families. First, you may modify the sensors to exclude areas where pets are most active. Then, use your indoor surveillance devices with HD night vision and motion detection functionality to keep an eye on your pet. Lastly, your dog-friendly alarm system should be straightforward to control so you can rapidly activate and deactivate your property’s security as you need.
Adjust your sensors to account for pets
Modern door, window, and motion sensors are more accommodating to pets than before. Cats and smaller dogs shouldn’t have any problem avoiding an inadvertent tripping of the sensor, as the system are capable of adjusting. More sizable dogs and rowdy pets may have a greater chance of causing false alarms, but there are ways you can decrease that risk with a few adjustments on the Vivint smartphone app.
- Change the sensitivity levels of your motion detectors to low. You may even adjust the size of the perimeter of the motion detector.
- Position motion sensors away from heavily traveled areas, like your dog’s pet bed or feeding area.
- Disengage your alarms via your mobile security app before you pull in the driveway -- specifically if your dog likes to bound past your front door or nearby windows when you walk up the front steps.
- Schedule smart lighting to illuminate to soothe an uptight dog at night.
Having the ability to handle these changes makes Vivint the best pet-friendly home security system in Scranton.