Real and Fake Dogs Are Good Theft Deterrents
As I think more about home security, I shared my thoughts with my friends. The ones who owned dogs brought up a good point. They feel relatively safe, because whenever someone visits their residence, their dog(s) bark. If a thief is to walk up on the front door, the barking dog(s) may turn him/her away to look for a lower bearing fruit.
If you are a dog lover, then it's no brainer, you go get a dog right away. But if you don't want another mouth to feed, I've found a number of fake dog alarms that can recognize approaching people and "bark". For example, the Safety Technology International ED-55 Rex II, the electronic watchdog alarm could detect motion behind doors and walls. It can bark and growl, scaring would be burglars away. You adjust the sensitivity and all it consumes is a bit of electricity.
What do you think? Has anyone here with either real dogs or fake dog alarms experienced a burglary attempt?
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