Dr. Khuly's tips include, using a pet cam, originally made to watch your dog sleeping on the couch while you're at work to find out which one of your cats can't resist whizzing on the rug. The doc suggests, Panasonic’s PetCam (pictured below) since it has a built in motion sensor that tells the camera when to start filming and when to go into stand-by mode. If you like Dr. Khuly's petcam tip, you can easily recreate the same scenario with any motion activated camera, or by pairing a webcam and motion sensor with UGOlog.For conditions that happen sporadically and can't be repeated at the vet's, Dr. Khuly suggests using a video camera to document them as they happen. You can then email the footage to your vet so they can see just what's happening. They may be able to deduce what's wrong.
Are there any ways you guys use technology to keep track of your pets behaviors and health?
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