Webcam Instructions

Please use any search engine but not Google. We are charged each time someone accesses our site (per click)

Before logging onto the website, Windows Vista users will need to turn off their user account (UAC).

Go to our website at www.justlikehomedoggiehotelandgrooming.com.

Click on the 24/7 web cam access image at the right of the page. This will take you to the Webcams page ( http://justlikehomedoggiehotelandgrooming.com/webcamera ).

Scroll down to “Click here for webcam access”, either for the indoor rooms or for the outdoor areas. and click to be taken to the webcam viewer.

You will see a sign on screen.

Note: If you get a message from Microsoft advising to add an application, or message that says “do you want to run this add on ?” say yes, as you will need it to view the cameras. You may also need to turn off your pop-up blocker.

User ID: Delete admin and type in guest (all lowercase)

Password: 54321 Then click enter.

You should get one large view in site. If you scroll down, you will be able to click on one with 6 or 8 boxes. You should see four different views of the property (two inside) and (two outside). By double clicking on any view, it will enlarge the picture.

Depending on the time of day you log in to the web cam and because we have a lot of property that is not within view by the lens, you may or may not see your dog. If this happens, call us at 702-558-5689 and let us know that you are logged in, we’ll be happy to get them in view for you.

Cameras are turned off at night around 9:00-10:00 pm and the lights in the living rooms are turned off so the dogs know it is time for bed. We turn them back on in the morning after breakfast approximately 7:30 am PST or earlier. As we are here all night on site, please be understanding of our privacy and the hours we have established for your enjoyment.

NOTE: If you were able to view our cameras during your dog’s prior visit but are having trouble connecting now, you may have to clear your cached items in your history as our IP address has recently changed and the new IP may conflict with the old.