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Old 07-10-2012, 08:11 AM   #1
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Temperature Alert

I know this has been brought up before, however, I am narrowing down my decision to purchase a Temperature Alert (Cellular Edition) since I travel with animals and am concerned about the heat in the RV. Has anyone purchased one of these, and if so, do you like it???
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I have not had one but as a owner of 9 doggies it a super idea to alert you in the event of power outage and the unit starts to heat up.
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I have not had one but as a owner of 9 doggies it's a super idea to alert you in the event of power outage and the unit starts to heat up.
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Do you RV with your 9 dogs - what kind are they?
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Not all of them they start off with the small ones then it goes to the great dane @ about 145lbs that the one in the picture at the kitchen sink to drink water we just turn it on for him
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