Robodog Barks Every Few Minutes
If you find that every couple of minutes your Robodog starts to bark. Locate all of your motion sensors and cover them with something like a towel or a hat. This will ensure that your motion sensors are not sending a signal to your Robodog.
If you find that the barking has stopped then the problem lies with the motion sensor(s) triggering the Robodog. You may want to move the motion sensor to a different location so that you are certain that it only picks up the motion for the area where you are looking for motion activated barking.
If the barking has not stopped something else could be sending a signal to the Robodog. Try changing the housecode on your Robodog, motion sensor, and or remote. If a signal is being sent from something on a different house code it will not interfere with the Robodog if it is set to a seperate house code.