Arlo Go’s Wireless Capabilities Lets You Monitor Pets Anywhere, Inside and Out

Let’s face it; there are times when “big brother” would be a pretty handy relative to have around.  And for pet owners who like to check up on the fur-kids while they’re at work or away from the house, having a monitoring system that is easy to use and discreet (in fact, can be disguised) is the next best thing to actually being there.

There are a lot of options out on the market, but the Arlo Go security camera is a cool choice because it’s the first that is 100% wire-free, weatherproof, LTE for mobiles and features high def viewing. What does all this mean for you?  It means you can keep tabs on your busy little guy wherever he is in the house or yard, and watch HD quality, live stream footage of his activities on your phone.

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Better still, it has two-way audio so you can listen in to what’s happening back at the house and use your smartphone to talk to your pet through the built-in speaker and microphone.  Yes, you can tell your pooch to get out of the garbage, off the sofa or even to leave the cat alone – and he will hear you!  No guarantees that he will obey, but he will hear you.

In addition to a wide-angle motion sensor and 130 degree viewing angle, the pint-sized Arlo Go unit also has integrated night vision that automatically switches on at night so you won’t lose images or clarity at dusk.  And because it is wireless, you can put the unit anywhere. In fact, it comes with a variety of “skin” colors to help it blend in with your indoor or outdoor décor including a “camouflage” version that kind of resembles a well-loved toy or a Muppet-gone-wrong! Here it is as a deranged Muppet… can you find it?!? Seriously, this outfit makes the camera!

I love that you can travel with this unit and it will work with any LTE wireless connection across the country because who doesn’t love a holiday with Rover riding shotgun? Also cool is that the camera records video to the cloud and you get to decide how long you want it stored based on a subscription plan. It also features a built-in SD card slot that allows for local backup storage in the event of Internet interruption so you’re covered from every angle.

While I’m not sure my felines need monitoring (or that I have a desire to watch hours of video of them sleeping), I do think the real time viewing feature is especially important for those with dogs, or mischievous pets who love to get into things when left to their own devices. It’s also great for people who have a sick or elderly pet, and want to keep a close eye to ensure they’re doing okay.

If you can’t wait to get your hands on this cool, compact pet monitor, head on over to the Arlo Go website to get one today.


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