Your Dog’s Dog House

Training Your Dog to Like His Dog House We were in Parkland yesterday giving a Dog Guard Home Dog Training Fence quote to a prospective client.  It all went well and we have scheduled the work for next week.  During the discussion, we made it clear that we were also Behavioral Dog Trainers, understanding canine behavior, obedience, and socialization.  Our new client thought that was great and had another question for us.  He had bought a new...

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How To Have Your Dog Potty Outside in the Rain

Training Your Dog to Potty Outside When it is Raining We were up in Boca Raton with a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing client training his dog to stay away from the containment fence when it started to rain.  Guess what, it always rains in South Florida, so this is nothing strange.  Out client then mentioned that rain is a big problem when he needs his dog to go to the bathroom.  It seemed that he had potty trained his dog, but the...

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The Owner’s Responsibilities When Walking Their Dog

Walking Your Dog – What is Your Job? We were out in Naples, Florida last week delivering some new Dog Training Collars to a prior client.  Everything was fine with the collars and the out of sight dog fence, but they had a question about walking in the neighborhood.  This is normally not a question for a Pet Containment Professional, but since we are Certified Dog Behavior Therapists and Master Trainers, we were happy to provide the...

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A Sick Dog – What to Do

When Your Dog is Sick We were at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fence training the other day in Sunshine Ranches and the dog was responding perfectly.  As we ended the session, our client asked us about another dog that she had.  “Every once in a while, my dog gets an upset stomach and throws up his food.  Do I need to always rush to the Vet?” We explained to our client that a great deal of the answer depends on their gut feel.  Since this is...

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When Your Dog Has Just Too Much Energy

When Your Dog Has Too Much Energy We were at an Out of Sight Dog Fence visit in Fort Lauderdale yesterday delivering some new collars for two new dogs that our client recently rescued.  They had a dog training question for us regarding how much energy and excited play their new dogs seemed to always have.  Their new dogs had so much energy that it was just tiring them out. I see this situation many times with our clients who both have jobs...

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