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doggy cam / monitor
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potato2020 · 06/08/2020 10:20

we have a 12 week old cockapoo
am thinking of getting a doggy cam - we really need to start leaving him home alone soon.
it would also be useful at night, he is a 5am riser at the moment.

Does anyone have one to recommend, ideally one that can be accessed from their phone?

TIA

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WentworthPrison · 07/08/2020 22:14

@Paranoidmarvin

How long are u leaving him for. 12 weeks is far to early to be leaving a puppy.

It totally depends how long for surely. If safely and happily crated a 12 week old puppy would be perfectly fine for a bit.
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Paranoidmarvin · 07/08/2020 15:52

How long are u leaving him for. 12 weeks is far to early to be leaving a puppy.

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BiteyShark · 07/08/2020 12:27

I use an ieGeek camera which was relatively cheap from amazon. Still going strong and my dog is 4 this year.

You can listen and watch in real time from an app on your phone and can tilt and pan the camera to follow him round the room.

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suggestionsplease1 · 07/08/2020 12:20

I use this app:

play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tappytaps.android.dogmonitor&hl=en_GB

You can install it on your phone and on another device like an old phone or chromebook/ tabet etc - use that as the 'dog station' pointed at the area that the dog is in, and use your phone as the 'person station'.

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