We love our pets and want to make sure they are happy and safe even when we're not home. And there are lots of fun apps and easy-to-install cameras for capturing your furry friend's activities while you're out of town or at the office. If you'd like to set up your own webcam to watch your dogs or kitties during the day, it's as easy as following these six steps to get started. Happy viewing!
Have you checked in with our latest puppy cam litter, the C-Team Six-Pack, lately? If not, you're missing out; the pups are getting bigger, and even cuter, by the day. Tune in now before they grow up and fly the nest — eerr, crate!
The famed "Shiba Inu 6" have a new challenger group, the "Shiba Inu 5" — just try to look away. I dare you. Born to the same mom, Kika, that had those adorable six babes in 2008, she's back with two lil lads and three lasses in 2010. The cam's now live online during the West Coast daytime, so check back if the video's off when you peek in on the pups' rumbly tummies and tumbly antics.
Mm, been a while since we've been so captivated by a live webcam of baby doggies, so check out some cutie English Springer Spaniels to brighten your day. Whether watching lil bellies go up and down or playful scampering about, it's rather hard to look away.
I couldn't tell you how many hours I've spent checking in on my favorite puppies, whales, and lions this year, but I can tell you that live zoo and streaming puppy cams are in your computer and taking over your Internets. With over 4,200 followers on UStream, the live Shiba Inu Puppy Cam became an overnight sensation, and your daily destination for "Awwww!"
Plus, more and more zoos are taking to the Internet with live cameras, so you're able see lots of different animals in their habitats, and view what goes on from day to day in the comfort of your desk chair. From the looks of things, it's pretty relaxed. Must be nice.