Make Sure Your Dog Does Not Nip Your Heals

I was in West Palm Beach last Thursday installing a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system for a client and his Border Collie named Jamison.  Jamison loved to jump the fence and chase after all the neighbors.  Being a herding dog, he then loved to “herd them” and play with them.  Most of them didn’t find this as fun as Jamison and they were excited that we were doing something to curtail the problem.  The great news is...

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The Importance of Feeling Confident with Your Dog

I was at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® client in Southwest Ranches last week installing his new fence for his Bull Mastiff, Rocko.  Rocko is a rather large dog and likes to muscle his way through partially closed gates and holes in the fence.  With a property in excess of three acres, it was a never ending battle between my client and Rocko in finding new openings and trying to repair them.  The underground dog fence eliminated the...

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Why Playtime with Your Dog is Important

I was in Coral Springs last Tuesday installing a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system for a client and his Doberman named Francis.  I love Dobies because they are really just happy, friendly dogs.  That was the big problem with Francis.  She always wanted to greet everyone in the neighborhood.  The neighbors loved her, but it was a very large inconvenience for my client.  After our first training session, Francis understood that she...

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