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Welcome to our Blog.  Dog Guard of South Florida has designed this site to provide our friends and neighbors in South Florida with valuable training and safety information for their dogs.  We hope you find the information contained here helpful and informative.  As you are aware, our goal is maintaining the safety and well being of your dog.

 

  • Your Puppy for their First Year – What to Look For - I was over in Green Acres last Monday at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation with a new client and his Golden Retriever named Sheldon.  The installation went quite well and we quickly trained Sheldon to stay in the back yard.  He came to the realization that things were far better around the house than all over the neighborhood.  As I was finishing...
  • Understand What Poisons That Could Hurt Your Dog are Lurking around Your Home - I was in Davie last Tuesday at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation last Friday with a new client and his Australian Shepherd named Dundee.  The installation was pretty simple and we trained Dundee not to cross the perimeter very quickly.  He understood that things were far better around the house than […]
  • Tips When Dealing with Stray Dogs - Robin and I were out in Lauderdale Lakes at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation last Friday to help a client with his Standard Poodle named Drysdale.  The poodle was always running off the front lawn and down the street after any person, dog, duck, or squirrel he could see.  We installed […]
  • Showing Affection to Dogs - We were at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation last Tuesday in Wellington with a new client and Holly, their American Bulldog.  They wanted to allow Holly to be on the front porch and not run off when anyone walked down the street.  Our invisible fencing system solved that problem...
  • Keeping Your Dog Safe with Workmen in the House - We were at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® project last Monday in Palm Beach Gardens to help a new client and their Komondor named Henry.  The big problem was Henry going into the water at the back of their property.  Our invisible fencing system solved that problem pretty quickly.  I had noticed that […]
  • When You Talk to Your Dog, What Does He Really Hear? - We were at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® project on Wednesday in Tamarac to help a new client and their Samoyed named Ivan.  We, of course, were there to help keep Ivan on their property and our invisible fence and training took care of that.  Ivan had decided that he would rather stay […]
  • How Do You Get Your Dog to Listen in the Back Yard? - We were at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® installation yesterday in Victoria Park to help a new client and his King Charles Spaniel named Elizabeth.   Our client had a great question that we wanted to post so that everyone can understand what to do.  He told us “It always happens that whenever I […]
  • When You are Busy and Your Dog is Bored - Last week I was at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® client in Sunrise helping him with his Labrador, Freddie.  Freddie was “testing the perimeter” and needed a little more “don’t go here” training.  He responded very well very quickly and the problem was once again solved.  As we were finishing up, my client […]
  • Great and Simple Tips for a Great Dog Walk - I was in Lighthouse Point last week installing a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® system for a new client and his Airdale Terrier, Lindey.  The installation went quite well, except for all the rain.  We got everything installed during the moments of dry weather and had the opportunity to let Lindey understand that he […]
  • Stop Your Dog Jumping on Your Guests - I was in Pompano last week at a new Dog Guard Out of Sight Fencing® client installing a new system for his Olde English Bulldog named Angel.  Angel liked to dig under the back fence, so the Dog Guard underground perimeter fence I installed gave him a very clear queue that he shouldn’t do that anymore.  After about thirty minutes of training, Angel clearly got the picture...