Home Automation for your Pets

May 14, 2020

Approximately 79.7 million households in the US have pets. As temperatures rise throughout the summer, many owners will take additional measures to maintain their animals safe. Installing a home automation system is a superb method to keep tabs on your pets while away and make sure they are comfortable despite the warmth. 

Here are some home security characteristics that could assist dog owners to take care of their animals throughout the warmer months.

Install Home Security Cameras.

A home surveillance camera system gives you the capability to assess where your pet is and what they’re doing, even when you’re not home. Monitor pets out of your personal computer or mobile phone to identify in real-time changes to behavior or symptoms that may be a result of humidity or excessive heat. Watch for behaviors like seizures or staggering and panting, excessive drooling. 

Utilize Smart Home Automation Thermostats.

Even when away, make certain you keep your house cool for the summer. As you cannot be at the home all day, it is unfair to leave your pets at the warmth. It’s suggested that your thermostat be set between 78 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. A home automation thermostat allows you to adjust the temperature remotely through your cellular phone to offer security and comfort for your pet. Take Additional Security Precautions. You’ll probably be spending more time outside throughout the summer. 

Consider a few precautions to make sure your pet stays cool. Do not shave them. Contrary to common belief, longer hair provides better circulation and helps your pets better regulate their own body temperatures. Lather them up. Skin cancer is most common in cats and dogs. Employ animal sunscreen periodically wherever your pet’s skin is visible. Walk when it’s cooler. Heat and moisture peak between 1: 00 p.m. And 4: 00 p.m. To mitigate health complications, let your pets out in the daytime or evening. Watch for heatstroke. With the summertime, your pet is more susceptible to overheating. Red gums or dry are signs that you ought to take immediate action. It can take little time for an animal to become overheated. Act proactively and maintain a close eye to make sure that your pet is cool and secure this summer.


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