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7 No worries whatsoever. To me, all that was worth spending the extra money to go to a breeder. ALL breeds are subject to genetically linked defects in health and temperament. Working with a good breeder minimizes but does not eliminate the chance that one will end up with a defective dog. Your Purebred Puppy has some good advice about this. Don't be scared by talk of genetic defects and health problems.

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Dealers are horrible and not just for security. May 2014 – Installed the Response SL1 SL2 has keypad and I did not want fussy keypad SL1 has a fob controller wit just 4 buttons so no messing with remembering numbers. Do not believe all the doom and gloom from companies selling mains powered fitted and monitored alarms saying wireless are not reliable or hard to fit. This one is easy and reliable. After looking at the guide and dvd – takes about a half day to fit – but easy. Comes with siren, key fob, one room PIR sensor and 2 door sensors so suitable for a small/med sized home. All batteries included. Works off solar but is robust. Rechargeable Battery for siren last 5 years for solar panel on siren recharges it. Smaller ord. batteries for the sensors min 1 year.

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Hey Tarryl, congrats on your new home!It sounds like you’ve already been working on collecting some tools you like with the Smartthings Cameras and Nest Thermostat. Since you already have these items, you want to find a hub that’s compatible with them. That’s why we’re suggesting HomeSeer. A little pricier than other hubs, what sets HomeSeer apart is the wide range of home automation products it integrates with. Meaning that it will most likely be able to communicate with all of the products you already have. It definitely is a little techier than other hubs as well, it’s not as easy to set up. Best,Amy Hey there, I’d start with contacting the system you have to see what wireless options they’re compatible with – especially if you’re looking to keep your wired sensors but are looking to add wireless features. After that, you can start looking at adding in wireless options. If they aren’t compatible with wireless features, it might be worth looking into a different security system. Another option could also be looking into our Home Security Package Selector Tool, where you can customize what you’re looking for in a home security system. It’s a little broader than what you might be looking for, but can definitely help as a starting tool for what companies to look into.

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