05/13/2020|Inside Verizon

Furizon presents: The secret life of pets.

By: Andy Choi

Video conference calls don’t need to be so ruff.

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Typically, this is where you’ll find a written summary of the above video. However, today’s piece -- dogs speaking to other dogs via video conference call -- is pretty much un-summarizable.

Watch to see what we mean.

One tip we want to pass along to all pet owners: If you’d like to know what your beloved dog or cat is up to while you’re out of the house, consider a Canary security camera. You’ll see how your pets behave when you’re not around, and maybe solve the mystery of who’s been napping in the kitchen sink.

In the meantime, check out our latest Good mailbox challenge: We’d love to hear and see how your pets -- dogs, cats, fish, birds, etc. -- are helping you stay sane, relieve stress and stay productive. Send your pet-related tips, tricks and fun stories to good@verizon.com.

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