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Panasonic Pet Cam for Pampered Pets

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Since the last big storm to hit the west coast came along (leaving North shuddering in the corner of his crate), my motherly instincts have definitely kicked in to overdrive, especially when I have to leave him behind and head off to work. Although I'm not totally tech savvy, I think this Panasonic Digital Pet Cam ($100) is perfect to stay connected to the little guy and make sure everything is safe for his day alone. Even if you crate train your pup, being able to peek in to make sure she is a-ok brings peace of mind so you can focus on work!


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petluvr petluvr 5 years
I read about a product with a great twist on this pet camera theme. It has a remote control laser connected to the cam which enables you to interact and play with your dog or cat from work. Helps to keep both of us from being bored.
CanadianInVA CanadianInVA 8 years
Hmmm, pretty interesting. But i agree, I'd be jealous to see my kitties sleeping and eating while I'm at work.
twoqtdmpls79 twoqtdmpls79 8 years
Ok, not to change the subject, but how effective are crates? I hate the thought of leaving my puppy in a crate all day.
jflutterjess jflutterjess 8 years
OMG are you serious??
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
Ugh, crates. They are tapping into a market for pet-lovers who didn't think before to look into this, but because something has "pet" in the title it makes them be a better pet parent. We had security cameras installed a while ago for this reason alone.
sfmastiffmom sfmastiffmom 8 years
Because my baby is in a crate while we're at work, I'm ALWAYS worried about him home alone. This might be something I will consider looking into further.
PinkSparkleGrl PinkSparkleGrl 8 years
ohhhh it has a movement sensor....
PinkSparkleGrl PinkSparkleGrl 8 years
Hmm, I wonder why it is so expensive.
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
Not for me. To see my cat happily sleeping and snoring and breaking only for the occasional snack would make me a little jealous! ;)
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