You and Your Dog Waiting for the School Bus

Last week I was fixing the wire of a Dog Guard Out of Sight Dog Fence in Boca Raton.  They were planting some new landscape and the gardener had put his pick through the perimeter wire while he was digging a hole for one of their new trees.  Luckily, the rest of the wire was just fine and fixing the copper wire only required a quick, water-proof splice.  As I was finishing up, my client asked me a dog training question.  School was starting...

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Getting a Second Dog

I was up in Loxahatchee about two weeks ago installing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing system for a new client.  As I was working on the transmitter system in the garage, she approached me and asked if dogs can get lonely.  I told her that since dogs are a social animal, they require interaction with other animals, but their actions and our perception of loneliness do not always coincide.  She told me that she felt that her Yorkie, Buster,...

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Simple Dog Training Tip to Stop Your Dog from Running Out The Front Door

I was working on a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Dog Fence Installation in Bonita Springs last week and was laying the copper perimeter wire in the front yard.  The FedEx Delivery Man was bringing a package to the front door and as soon as my client opened the door, King, her Great Dane (and my future student), ran out the front door into the front yard.  Luckily, I quickly called him and he came right to me.  As I was talking with my client...

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Summer Heat for Dogs in Cars and on the Street

I was over in Naples visiting one of my Dog Guard Out of Sight Fence clients and her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Toby.  Toby had previously had the annoying habit of running onto the golf course and trying to steal the golf balls as they landed on the green.  After we installed the out of sight dog fence, Toby was done with this issue and he politely watched the game from the comfort of his back yard.  Well, as I was leaving Toby’s, I...

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