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Dodge a struggling match. Never struggle with your dog to give them a bath. Gradually adapt your dog to the idea of a bath by placing it in the tub when it's dry and then giving the dog a treat if he calms down. Repeat the process several times until your dog is...read more
Adopting a pet has many benefits, some of which you may have not considered. Here are some reasons why adopting a pet would benefit you and your family. You are saving a life By adopting from a shelter, you are providing an animal with the second chance they deserve....read more
Spring is here, the weather is getting nice and warm, so it’s time to get your pet prepared for the new season. Here is a list to help. Coat Care and Health Care Everybody knows that shedding increases in the springtime. Brushing your pets coat regularly will help...read more
Regular Dog Exercise Is a Must It’s true that regular exercise can help eliminate unwanted behaviors like chewing, garbage searching, and too much barking. More importantly, regular exercise can help with a lot of things like, keeping dogs alert and agile, diminish...read more
Non Stop Scratching, Licking OR Biting Fleas are adaptable arthropods that seek out pets’ blood as a food source. Once fleas get on your pet they typically set up their home in hard to reach spot, like the head, neck, tail, armpits, or groin. Licking, biting, or...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