• Michelle Ellis


Rossi, our bulldog, is our 24/7 guardian and everyone's buddy whereas Nala, a miniture Yorkie, is the family baba and a natural escape artist.  They are a part of our family, with individual and unique habits. It is awesome to read this news about the lives of a family's dogs being saved because a message from a smart security system alerted their owner of a problem.

In this story, a man is out at a Basketball match with his family when he receives a notification on his smart phone alerting him about activity at his home. When he checked the video feed, using an app that enabled remote access, the images showed smoke and he knew instantly that there was a fire. In the end the lives of his Bernese Mountain dogs were saved. 

Smart security systems do save lives.  You don't need to invest thousands of pounds to set up a system designed to suit your unique needs. Whether you want to keep an eye on the contents of your home or those inside - systems that are remotely accessible are the way of the future because you can take action during the moment, instead of arriving home to devastating news.

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