What to Do When a Neighbor Is Mean to Their Dog

I was in Parkland yesterday installing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system for a new client and Katie, his Irish Setter.  I missed the rain and lightning, so the installation went quickly and Katie was a fast learner when it came to staying within the yard.  As we were finishing up, my client and I observed his neighbor walking his dog down the street.  The dog was pulling and it was obvious that the neighbor was becoming agitated. ...

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Quick and Simple Potty Training Secrets

I just finished a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation in Loxahatchee for a new client and his Poodle, Sam.  My client’s poodle was not a bad dog, just very inquisitive and social.  He just wanted to be roaming the neighborhood in search of someone to say “Hi” to.  Well, we quickly resolved that issue and Sam is now only saying “Hi” to neighbors, family, and friends who come onto my client’s property.  As I was packing...

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Have Your Dogs Get Along Together

I was performing some modifications to a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system in Jupiter last week for a client and Winston, his 2-year-old Beagle.  He needed to have the perimeter extended to include the back acre of his property and to have some new areas blocked off from Winston’s wandering.  Luckily, there was no poison ivy or prickly bushes with thorns, so the work went pretty quickly. As I was finishing up and loading my equipment...

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Taking Your Dog to the Vet

I was in Wellington last Thursday repairing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® System for a previous client and his Australian Cattle Dog, Bingo.  Our products very rarely break, and if they do, there is a manufacturer’s warranty on the equipment.  I am normally called out when the client is adding or subtracting landscape and their landscape workers accidentally break the wire that had been placed in the ground.  That was the case with my...

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