Having Only One Set of Rules When Training Your Dog

We were in Palm City earlier in the week finishing up a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® project for a new client and her Beagle named Angel. Angel loved to roam the neighborhood and could easily get through their current fence.  Because of Home Owner Association rules and restrictions, they couldn’t replace their current fence or even modify it without a whole set of approvals by multiple committees.  Our Out of Sight Dog Fence system was...

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Train Your Dog to Behave During a Car Ride

I was finishing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® System in Boynton Beach for a new client and his Bichon, Princess. He already had a fence around his property, but Princess was very good in finding all the holes in the fence and “wiggle spots” where the bottom of the fence was a little high off the ground.  Although it was a little challenging getting the system in place among all the plants and vegetation along the fence, the job turned...

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The Importance of Confidence in Teaching Your Dog to Properly Walk

We were in Miami Gardens on Thursday finishing up a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation for a new client and his Boxer, Shadow.  Shadow loved to run into the lake in their back yard and swim after all the ducks.  Well, Shadow never caught any of the ducks, but he always came back wet and stinky.  We placed a “banana loop” style perimeter fence across the back of the property to block Shadow’s entry into the lake and then...

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