I post about home monitoring devices that are being used to help with seniors, well now the cats and dogs have it too, so you can monitor everyone in the same household, and see if that dog or cat is really doing what they should be doing.  On second thought, combine this with a home monitoring device for grandma or grandpa and you can see the interaction with our cuddly friends too, so if you need the entire picture here or are doing a study on how pets help us out, here’s the ticket.  BD 


Some people are so fond of their pets they want to know what they are up to every minute of the day. Maybe it’s because of those guilty looks you get when you arrive home unexpectedly… you know that wide-eyed, “I wasn’t doing anything wrong” look? The Pet’s Eye View Camera could help solve these little mysteries - it's a lightweight digital camera that attaches to your cat or dog’s collar and takes 640 x 480 photos at five, ten or 15 minute intervals.

The camera takes up to 40 images and will go into sleep mode when not in use. It includes a lithium ion rechargeable battery and recharge is via the USB connection

Pet's Eye View Camera - see what your furry companions get up to during the day


  1. Recent numbers show that 63% of US households own a pet - that's 71.1 million homes and families with dogs, cats, iguanas, parakeets, fish, ferrets, potbellied pigs, etc, etc., Taking care of a pet is tougher than taking care of an infant, since our pets can't speak. Hence, making sure your pet is safe and happy when you leave it alone at home should be a priority for all pet owners. One of the simplest ways of watching over a pet remotely is by using some sort of webcam software like GotoCamera that is easily available online these days. Thanks to technology and some very smart people who are working on making things easier for us, you can now use your basic webcam to monitor your pets while you're away from them.


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