Thanks! They are really just softies, but a huge part of our lives! The GSD/Husky is named Indy, and she can appear aggressive to strangers when she is in full attention and barking at you...scared a couple of "unknown" visitors off the acreage even though she would just lick them once she got close, LOL!Your buddies look like they mean business. Good looking dogs.
I'm with you on this. Actually have been thinking about cameras not only for security, but can also position them to spy on the dogs while we are working. Could be purely entertaining, slighly horrific (if they start chewing something of value to bits - luckily, they are past this phase), and lastly a potential way to get home to help them in the case of an emergency.We had Rottweiler's growing up. They kept the house safe for sure and when not guarding the house, they we much better to pet than security cameras. However, I hope with our new place to get some cameras installed so if anything happens, at least there's a better chance of catching the person.