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Old 01-10-2023, 07:42 PM   #15
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Temperature monitor

We have traveled with both cat and dog without any problems. I use a wireless temperature monitor (and camera) that can monitor the MH 24/7 and report to both of our cell phones when temp goes above 79 degrees (F) OR if someone opens any of the doors. We can also keep watch on our furry guys with the camera. Battery backup on the device and wifi if electric goes down.



Over the years 2 or 3 times we had to return to MH because electric went out.



There are many wifi devices on the market to monitor temperature and other sensors. We also have our own hot spot to be sure of connectivity rather than relying on campground wifi.


I usually ask at the door of stores or restaurants if my buddy is allowed inside. If someone says no, I just move on and spend my $$ elsewhere. 90% of the time we get a big smile and greetings.
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