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There is one report from the U. K. of bitches who were aggressive before they were spayed and became more aggressive afterward. There has not been an objective study of the effects of spaying on activity level, however. Because of the recent decision by some humane organizations to neuter animals at a very early age, an opportunity now exists to survey the owners of bitches that were spayed at a very early age, at the traditional prepubertal age, and postpubertal. We hope funds for this study will be forthcoming.

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The app even has integrated text posts, so you can let each other know what’s going on, complete with an “everything’s fine” button if you don’t feel the need to elaborate about a false alarm. Put that feature in the “great feature that wasn’t promised” column. Video playback is somewhat buggy, though; the play/pause button doesn’t work consistently, and the 10 second rewind button doesn’t work at all. On the bright side, a clip remains buffered once you’ve played it, so that you can watch it again without delay—at least as long as you don’t navigate away from that screen. The app can display clips organized three different ways: All recorded clips, only the clips that were recorded while the system was armed, or a list of only the clips you’ve saved. The third view lets you see a list of the most important clips instead of scrolling through everything to find the ones you’re looking for.

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Nearly all standalone security cameras connect to your home's Wi Fi so you can see what's going on from your phone or tablet, and most have built in sensors that detect motion and sound and will send push and email notifications when those sensors are triggered. You can usually tweak the camera's motion sensitivity to prevent false alarms due to pet activity or passing cars if the camera is near a window, and you can create a schedule that turns the sensors on and off during certain hours of the day. A smart lock is typically part of a robust smart home security system, but you don't have to invest in a full blown system to use one. If you're using a home automation hub to control things like lighting and thermostats, you can add a Z Wave or Zigbee smart lock to the system without much effort. Alternately, if you don't have a home automation hub, look for a Wi Fi or Bluetooth lock that comes with its own mobile app. Smart locks use standard pre drilled holes and are fairly easy to install. Some models use your existing keyed cylinder and deadbolt hardware and attach to the inside of your door, while others require that you remove your existing interior and exterior escutcheons and replace the deadbolt and strike hardware. A Smart lock can be opened and closed using a mobile app and will send a notification when someone locks or unlocks a door, and most allow you to create permanent and temporary access schedules for family members and friends based on specific hours of the day and days of the week. Features to look for include geofencing, which uses your phone's location services to lock and unlock the door, voice activation using Siri HomeKit, Google Home, or Amazon Alexa voice commands, support for IFTTT, and integration with other smart home devices such as video doorbells, outdoor cameras, thermostats, smoke alarms, and connected lighting. There are plenty of smart lock models to choose from, including keyless no touch locks, touch screen locks, and combination keyed and touchpad locks. Our current top pick is the August Smart Lock Pro + Connect.