What if my dog sets off our security alarm?

Homeowners who are considering a security system often ask us, "Will my pets trigger our alarm?"  

Great question. Since nearly two-thirds of U.S. households have at least one pet at home, it's an important issue to address. After all, you're investing in a security system to protect your family from dangerous threats, such as burglary, fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. You don't want Fido causing a false alarm every time he gets a drink of water at night!  

Here's the good news, pet-lovers: Security Doctors' state-of-the-art motion detectors are pet-immune. That means they're specially designed to detect movement from your pup or kitty, so the alarm doesn't go off if Buster enters a secure area.

Old, outdated security systems are notorious for being set off by pets in the home. If you owned a security system 25 years ago, there's a good chance you experienced this problem first-hand, and it probably made you re-think your decision to get an alarm.

With an advanced security system from Security Doctors, you can have peace of mind knowing that your furry friends can roam your house freely, without tripping the alarm. If you decide to place our motion detectors in a room, they will differentiate your pets' movements from a burglar's, and will only sound the alarm if something appears foreign or suspicious. Our professional security system installers will take your pets into account when designing and installing your system.

What about the off chance that your pet somehow does set off the alarm? No problem. Our 24-hour monitoring center will attempt to make contact with you to confirm the problem before sending authorities to your home.

Just another great reason why Security Doctors is your prescription for total security.

Call (855) 239-5500 today to learn more about our security services.

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