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Bathtub fun If your dog likes water, fill the tub up about six inches and let him play. Give him toys to splash at and play with if he is so inclined. Tug of war. Grab rope and start tugging. Dogs catch onto this game quickly and will love trying to wrestle you for...read more
Winter is a season of unpleasant cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your pets stay safe and warm by following some simple steps. Keep pets sheltered Keep your pets inside with you and your family. Under no circumstances should pet be left outdoors in the cold months...read more
Ways to Protect Pets This Winter Temperatures are quickly dropping this winter. With the weather people talking about winter weather and freeze warnings on just about every channel, we thought we would give some tips to help you make sure your pets stay warm, healthy...read more
Anyone who has ever had a dog or cat wishes that he or she has a healthy and long life. Here are five tips that can help your pet do just that. FEED A HIGH QUALITY DIET. Pets that are fed a high quality diet have a shiny hair coat, healthy skin, and bright...read more
Apples, salmon, pumpkin, beans, yogurt... people foods that are safe for your dog to eat. As a responsible and informed dog lover, you probably know that too much “people food” can make your dog ill or overweight, but there are some human foods that can be safely...read more
DOG GUARD® Out Of Sight Fence® understands: Your dog is family.
Dog Guard® Out-of-Sight® Dog Fence knows just how important it is that your dog leads a safe and happy life. Dog Guard® “Out of Sight Fencing” allows your dog the freedom he deserves and provides you with peace of mind. Dog Guard® Out-of-Sight® Electronic Dog Fencing is a safe, affordable alternative to conventional fencing.
Dog Guard® offers Out-of-Sight® Electronic Dog Fencing, veterinarian-approved, combination of animal training and state-of-the art electronics. Dog Guard Out-of-Sight Electronic Dog Fencing is a unique 2 zone T-4 transmitter allows a wide variety of corrections to be set for your pet at the transmitter depending on your dog and it’s temperament