Safety & Monitoring23 videos From family to furry friends, Ring helps you keep an eye on what matters most.
Goldendoodle Puppy Uses Ring Doorbell
This 5-month old Goldendoodle named Shooter figured out how to use Ring to get into the house. We're guessing his friend, Lottie, was very impressed.
Ring Camera Catches Act of Kindness on Video
88 year old Opal Zucca had a bad fall in January; since then, the sanitation worker who witnessed it has brought in her trash can every week. The Ring Spotlight Cam captured this random act of kindness, giving Opal's daughter peace of mind.
Neighbor Alerts Family to the Fire Next Door via Ring Doorbell
Gladys Castaneda awoke early one morning to her neighbor banging on her front door. He used her Ring Video Doorbell to inform her there was a fire next door and she needed to leave her house.
Neighbor Saves Woman from Freezing Temperatures
Locked out of her home during one of the coldest months of the year, this woman knocked on the right door.
It's Raining Cats!
What's more unexpected than cats falling out of the sky?
Raccoon vs. Cat
Looks like this raccoon was no match for the fearless feline.
A Beary Dexterous Thief
Caught on Ring: This criminal mastermind making off with some picnic provisions.
Cat vs. Bear
In this episode of Fearless Felines, a Neighbor's cat stares down a bear and chases it up a tree.
Paws Off, Please
Every bear season, Ring keeps an eye out for hungry visitors roaming the neighborhood for a quick snack — like this four-legged neighbor.
What's That Smell?
Mystery solved: that weird smell from this morning when you walked out the door.
Mission Impossible Raccoon
Burglary 101: Always enter from the least expected entryway.
Family of Moose
Flowers are in bloom — and the moose are out to appreciate them too.
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