Providing Entertainment for Your Dog

Yesterday I was in Naples training a Dog Guard Out of Sight Dog Fence client’s dog to remain in the perimeter.  We used a lot of distractions to coax the dog to approach the boundary and our prior lessons of showing him to stay away from the edge of the property were working wonderfully.  The dog, although interested in what was going on, made the decision he would not go beyond a specific point.  It was a great session and I instructed the...

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Understanding Your Dog’s Ability to Roam

We had installed a Dog Guard Out of Sight Dog Fence for a client in Southwest Ranches a few weeks ago and visited them yesterday for a refresher lesson to finish up the perimeter training.  Milo, their Pit Bull, was doing great.  He could be outside and be happy and not run after the ducks and chickens in the neighbor’s yard.  With this great success, our client had a new question.  Now that Milo had no problem being outside, he was...

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Maintaining Your Dog’s Perimeter Training

I received a phone call from a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fence client last week.  We had installed their Dog Perimeter Fence System late last year for their three dogs in Boca Raton.  Everything had been going great and the dogs were having no problem in staying in the yard.  She told me that the other day a new neighbor was out with his very large, active, and barking dog walking down the street.  He had the dog on one of those extension...

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Keeping Your Dog in Your Yard With Large Distractions Outside

Robin and I were over in Naples earlier this week working with one of our Dog Guard Out of Sight Fence clients.  He had just rescued a second dog and wanted us to help him with keeping the new dog in the yard.  The great thing about our fence system and collars is that we can easily add a new collar for a new dog with a new temperament.  His first dog was just about finished with the active training and our client had a very good question. ...

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Training Your Dog to Want to Stay In Your Yard

Robin and I were at a prior Dog Fence Training client in Weston last week working on a break in the wire caused by their gardener. They had just taken out a very large tree right next to the perimeter wire and when they pulled out the roots, it broke the wire. We had no problem in finding the break and quickly got them up and running again. While we were there, we discussed how their dogs were doing. They told us everything was going well and...

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