This varies by culture. I can tell you about how our culture handles this. It's a good topic for a team meeting, what ground rules you want to have for remote participation.
I work for an international company with people in many time zones on meetings. It's impossible to plan a meeting for a convenient time for all participants. The expectation in our culture is that as an attendee, you can attend from bed if you like, as long as you turn your camera off and mute yourself if your dog starts barking.
If you are the organizer or presenter, you make an effort to accommodate people in other time zones by either staying late or coming in early so as not to inconvenience other team members unduly. Many of our team members have occasional meetings scheduled directly over their morning commutes. Some shift their commutes and attend from home in the morning, while others attend and listen in while driving or taking the train. It generally works out OK until they have to present, and the background noise of whatever conveyance they are on overwhelms the audio. I once listened in on a meeting while going through TSA at an airport and had to give up my phone through the scanner while the meeting was going on.
You get really good at muting yourself when there is a barking dog, a crying baby, or chickens crowing in the background, on your end, and you want to appear professional. Also, we announce in the chat if we have to leave for a moment.