|Electronic Secure Dog
Police say a barking dog is an excellent way to deter burglars and this one never needs food, water or to be taken for a walk.
The Electronic Secure Dog is the ideal watchdog because he does what even the best living, breathing watchdog can't do (without some of the annoying problems that go with owning a dog). With his electronic radar eyes, the Electronic Watch Dog can "see" through thick doors, walls and glass. And once his cord is plugged in, he'll stay on duty around the clock, indefinitely. The Electronic Secure Dog can protect homes, apartments, mobile homes, RV's, jewelry stores, hotels, factories, warehouses, public and private buildings of virtually every kind.
This multifunctional Secure Dog alarm system uses an electronic radar-wave sense control. This technology allows it to "see" through wood, cement, brick, glass, etc. When an intruder comes within 22 feet, it automatically begins barking like an angry dog. From outside, it sounds like you have a very unfriendly dog inside. It has a 1200 fields of view. The radar sensitivity and volume control are adjustable. Stands 9 inches tall. Powered by AC power supply. Does not use batteries. Unit needs to face in the direction you want to detect motion. There will also be limited detection from the sides and rear. It can also announce visitors with a melody of birds, frogs and waterfall sounds. These relaxing sounds can also be played whenever you want a soothing background sound.
- Reliable 24-hour protection
- No Installation required
- Protection with none of the problems of owning a real dog.
- Very realistic--barking gets louder and more frequent as intruder gets closer.
- Switch from the barking dog to alarm or chime.
- Radar sensitivity is adjustable from 10-20 feet
- Adjustable Volume
- Senses movement through walls, doors, and glass to alert you of a visitor's arrival.
- Size: 9 inches tall
- Maintenance free.
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Electronic Watch Dog - Self Defense Article
Jake felt more than sad when Marshall passed away. He felt worried.
Marshall was Jake's loyal German Shepherd. For twelve years, he guarded Jake's sporting goods store from would-be thieves and neighborhood troublemakers. Even as the neighborhood got a little
worse, Marshall kept the peace.
Jake's store was the only one on the block without any graffiti. Nobody, it seemed, wanted a run in with a big, angry guard dog.
Few people knew that Marshall was really a sweetheart, lavishing Jake with kisses every time he'd open the store in the morning.
Jake's daughter, Melissa, kept the store's books, and paid a visit to her father every Thursday. She knew the old man couldn't afford to install a state of the art security system. But she also knew that he was a little too fragile to try and train another big dog.
She brought her father a gift on her next visit. "This," she announced proudly, "will keep Marshall's legend alive in the neighborhood."
She explained to Jake that the Electronic Watch Dog used infrared sensors to watch the store at night, just like Marshall did. When intruders showed up at either the front or the back doors, the box would bark. And it would bark louder and louder until the disturbance went away.
That Saturday night, two teenage boys strolled up the sidewalk. The midnight streetlight stretched their shadows halfway up the block. They banged and pulled on security gates as they talked about the trouble they could cause.
"Didn't old man Benson's dog just die?" asked the tall one.
"I think I heard Billy say something like that," replied the short one, "I could sure use some new sneakers!"
They hustled up to the front window, but before they could even try to break in, they heard loud barking from inside the store. And it was getting louder.
"Yo, I thought you said that dog was dead," cried the short hooligan.
"He must have got a new one," said his partner in crime, "I ain't messin' with no dog!"
The two juveniles hustled away around the corner as fast as their legs could carry them.
Marshall's legacy remains intact. He's still a presence in Benson's Sporting Goods, with a picture above the cash register - and the loud bark from the Electronic Watch Dog.