Easily Give Your Dog a Bath

I was finishing up a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® System for a new client in West Palm Beach yesterday.  His Weimaraner, Bosco, loved to jump his back fence to go after the squirrels in his neighbor’s yard.  After we finished installing the underground fence and trained Bosco, he wanted nothing to do with the squirrels and was happy to stay in his own back yard.  My client was very pleased and looked forward to having a dog that...

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Getting Your Dog to Drop

We were installing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® System for a new client in Boca Raton to help keep his precocious Labradoodle, Cosmo, from escaping from the front yard. Although high energy, Labradoodles can be very intelligent and Cosmo caught on with the training very quickly. My client was positive that he would be able to have Cosmo with him in the front yard as he sat on the front porch without always having to call him back and chase...

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Having Boundaries for your Dog in Your House

I was in Coral Springs last Tuesday fixing a line break in a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system for a prior dealer’s client with a very well trained Schnauzer named Wilma.  It seemed that he had recently put a few more trees in his back yard right where the underground perimeter wire had been placed.  The landscape workers had broken the wire as they were digging the holes for the trees.  It took a little bit of time to find all the...

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A Common Mistake in Potty Training Your Large Dog

I was in Miramar last Wednesday finishing up a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® Installation for a new client and his rambunctious Rhodesian Ridgeback named Boomer.  Boomer liked to jump in the lake and swim to visit other neighbor dogs.  My client needed to take “Boomer’s swimming privileges away and the underground fence did the trick.  Boomer quickly learned that the lake was off limits but the rest of the back yard was fine.  As we...

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