A dog with a video camera?

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A dog with a video camera?

These days, one of the things you see in the street, particularly in tourist areas, is people wondering around with a phone or GoPro camera on a stick, filming their journey through the historic streets. Now, it is possible for you to give your fur baby the opportunity to film their journeys and past times, whether it is going for a walk, or a trip to the dog groomers in Cardiff. Doggy cams can be attached to a collar, or there are harnesses available on which you can mount a camera. The harnesses are affordable, and the cameras can fit most budgets.

These are also very useful if you want to monitor your pooch’s progress, perhaps whilst you are out at the shops, or they are at play in your garden; there are even cameras with night vision options. It is a great way to capture candid moments and most cameras come with software enabling you to take stills from the video footage, and you can also stream it, so you can create your pet’s own travelogue, even if the longest journey is just popping round to your Chepstow dog groomer. With serious security and recreational potential, you could have a Steven Speildog on your hands.

This article was written by Mucky Pups