When I first brought Ralph to our apartment, I was worried how Luna and him would get along. Luckily the two of them hit off pretty quickly. Despite having a few snow days to work from home and supervise them, I was still worried about what might happen when I had to return to work. Thankfully we still had our spy cameras, including our Vimtag Indoor Camera, set up so that my boyfriend and I could still keep an eye on Ralph and Luna to make sure they don’t get into too much trouble while we are away.

We actually have 3 cameras set up in our apartment, so we are able to see what the dogs are up to in different rooms. I’ll let you in on a secret – only one of our cameras is from Vimtag. The other two I bought several years ago when I first adopted Luna. But, boy do I wish they were all Vimtag cameras!

We actually ended up replacing our primary camera (which has the best view of the living room) with the new Vimtag VT-361 HD Indoor Camera and moving the older one somewhere else. I’m glad we did because the Vimtag camera is much better and easier to use.

Silver Vimtag VT-361 HD Indoor Camera

So what do I love about it?

First, the resolution of the camera is so much better! You can view the live video feed in HD 720p, which makes the image large and clearer.

Second, the website and phone app are super handy and easy to use. I was surprised by the mobile app because it is even better than the website. Both allow you to watch the live feed, remotely rotate the camera, take snapshots, and control other settings like camera mode or video quality.

The only downside of the camera is that you can only record video if you have a micro SD card in the camera, which is an additional cost. I haven’t picked up an SD card yet, but will be trying the recording functionality in the coming weeks!

The live feed video is great and gives me insight into what Luna and Ralph do when home alone. They’re typical schedule looks like this: Step 1 – Sleep all day.

But, every once in a while they do switch up their napping positions, play with each other, distribute toys EVERYWHERE, and get into a little trouble. When they do get into trouble, it can be a little stressful because you “know” and have to figure out how to handle the situation. But then again, that is the price you pay for spying on some wild and crazy dogs.

I absolutely love the snapshot feature. It lets me capture photos of some of the ridiculous (and mischievous) things Luna and Ralph do while I’m away.

So here’s a peek at what Luna and Ralph did this week.

Just don’t judge my apartment or that large pile of dog toys in the corner.

Ralph and Luna play together as I watch with our Vimtag Indoor Camera

Look at all this trouble making happening! Don’t worry they didn’t eat that couch cushion, even though I thought they might.

Spying on foster dog Ralph and Luna playing at home

Luna gets into some mischievous while I'm at work

Today is the kickoff post to two month long series where I will share what mischief Luna (and Ralph) get into during the day. Every two weeks we’ll be sharing photos and more insight into how the Vimtag camera works for us. Plus, on each post we’ll be giving away a camera to two lucky readers!

If you are interested in learning more about Vimtag Cameras, be sure to check out my first review from December.

TWO lucky Beagles & Bargains readers will receive a Silver Vimtag VT-361 HD Indoor Camera!

USA residents are eligible to enter via the Rafflecopter below. Entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, February 14, 2016. The winner will be notified via email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing and will have 48 hours to respond and claim his or her prize. Winners will receive a promo code to redeem their prize on Amazon.com.

Did you miss this giveaway? Check out our current giveaway here.

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What do you suspect your pets do when they are at home alone?

Disclaimer: I am being compensated to help spread the word about the Silver Vimtag VT-361 HD Indoor Camera. Affiliate links are used in this post and I may receive a commission if you click and/or purchase from the link to help support this blog. Do not worry, these links do not affect the price of products. I received no other compensation or additional benefits for mentioning the products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business. Vimtag is responsible for all giveaway prizes including shipping.

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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