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Furbo, dog camera for your peace of mind and remote treats

Dale Daveis |
If you have a dog you have a great security system and if you have a Furbo Dog Camera you will know that your dog is OK.

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Used by over 5,000 vets the Furbo Dog Camera is designed to help keep your pup safe and happy. It has night vision, a 160-degree wide-angle view day and night, a barking alert that detects when your dog is barking and can record videos. With 1080p full HD camera and night vision you can livestream video to your phone. It is designed with 2 way audio and a barking sensor. When your dog barks, you’ll receive push your dog via the app.

Unlike a regular security camera that only send general sound alerts, Furbo can detect barking and send you phone notifications to help keep your dog safe. Once you get an alert, you can then check the camera to see if something’s going on, or go by to make sure everything’s okay. Furbo also lets you adjust the sensitivity of the barking sensor in the app. You’ll feel better knowing you can monitor him for signs of distress and he’ll feel relieved to hear your voice in his time of need.

The Furbo lets you give your dog treats from anywhere using the free Furbo iOS Android app. Simply fill the Furbo with your best friend’s favorite treats and then use your phone to toss them with the tap of a button. Round treats with roughly a 0.4 inch diameter work best, and the Furbo can hold over 100 pieces. Now you can treat your dog from afar no matter where you are. There's a status indicator light on the bottom, a cavern inside to hold treats, and a natural bamboo wood cover on the top, for a sleek look.

The Furbo Dog Camera comes with a 90 day free trial of Furbo Dog Nanny, a subscription service that gives you access to additional features. Even without a Dog Nanny subscription, you can view the Furbo's live video stream on your phone, hear and speak to your dog, toss treats, get barking alerts, and take photos and video. The Dog Nanny feature which, after the free trial, costs $0.99 for three months, then $6.99 per month or $69 per year adds a Doggie Diary feature that creates a highlight video of your dog's day.

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