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Want To Have Fun In The Water? Grab A Pet Life Jacket!

Posted by Steve McJuary on 6/18/2015
Treat your pets just like your passengers and require all dogs to wear life jackets. Read here for more information!

Keeping Track Of Man’s Best Friend

Posted by Steve McJuary on 5/7/2015
Dogs have a natural instinct to hunt and typically enjoy being in the great outdoors. Read more about remote trainers for your hunting pets here!

Safely and Effectively Stopping Excessive Dog Barking

Posted by Steve McJuary on 3/20/2015
There are ways to combat excessive barking from your dog and these don't revolve around punishment or inflicting harm. Read more here!

Let Your Pets Roam Free Without Worry

Posted by Steve McJuary on 3/16/2015
For anyone who owns a large piece of land and likes to let their pets roam free, giving that pet constant and uninterrupted supervision is difficult. Read more here!

Safely Traveling With Your Pet

Posted by Steve McJuary on 2/2/2015
Pets are a much loved member of a family, so it only makes sense that they accompany you while traveling.Read more here!

Protecting Your Pets In The Winter

Posted by Steve McJuary on 1/15/2015
There is not much an animal can do for shelter when it's simply too brisk and wet outside, so it's up to you, as their owner to provide safety.

Choosing the Best Dog Fence Wire for Your Property

Posted by Steve McJuary on 10/20/2014
For the do-it-yourselfer, you want to be educated before installing your dog fence, specifically when you are dealing with the dog fence wire.

Replacing Your Pet Doors

Posted by Steve on 9/24/2014
Pet doors are easy, convenient, and complimentary to the animal in your life.

Fencing Felines

Posted by Pet Fence Battery Store on 8/4/2014
When the topic of conversation comes to pet fencing, most people tend to think of dogs being the only pets these underground fencing systems are for.

Who Is Being Protected?

Posted by Pet Fence Battery on 7/23/2014
Have you ever wondered, when passing a house with a sign that informs you that there is an underground pet fence installed on the property, whether it’s there to protect passersby like you from the dogs, or if it’s there to protect the dogs from the world beyond.

Fit the Dog to the Fence, or Vice Versa?

Posted by Pet Fence Battery Store on 7/18/2014
If you on this site, you are probably in the market for a fence of some kind - which usually means either you have a dog to contain, or you are looking to get a dog.

Tools for Preventing Barking

Posted by Pet Fence Battery Store on 7/10/2014
Training your dog not to bark can be a challenging and often time consuming process.

Barking and Territorial Behavior

Posted by Steve on 6/26/2014
Dogs have an instinctive sense of protecting territory. Once they have become “at home” in a dwelling or outside area they will growl, bark, even chase and bite to protect that location.

Getting the Most Out of Your New Pet Fence

Posted by Steve on 4/28/2014
An electric pet fence helps to supplement your pet's training to stay in a designated area on your property.

What to Consider When Selecting an Electric Dog Fence System

Posted by Steve on 4/28/2014
Electric fences are a great invention for pet owners. They allow your pet to have more freedom outside without restricting the view of the landscape surrounding your yard.

Training Dogs to Stay in Your Yard

Posted by Steve on 3/13/2014
Once you purchase an electronic pet containment system, the real work begins. However, training your dog to stay within the boundaries of the system is relatively easy. If you faithfully train your dog daily, it is likely to take only two weeks for your pet to adapt to your new system.

How Difficult Is Electronic Dog Fence Installation?

Posted by Steve on 3/7/2014
Many dog owners are attracted to the benefits of an electronic fence, but are concerned about the potential problems with installation. Here are some considerations for installing your electronic fence.

I Already Have A Dog Fence, Do I Need An Electronic Fence?

Posted by Steve on 2/24/2014
Although you may not need an electronic fence if you already have a working traditional barrier in place, here are some reasons why you may want to augment your current fence, or to replace it with an electronic fence.

How to Train a Dog for an Electronic Fence

Posted by Steve on 2/20/2014
Most dog owners understand the importance of fences. Any outdoor dog, no matter how homebound, is naturally curious and likes to explore. Unfortunately, this leaves them vulnerable to dangerous traffic. In addition, dogs can appear threatening to neighbors, particularly children. It is important for an outdoor dog to stay within the bounds of the owner’s property. Many owners rely on a traditional fence to do the job; others use an electronic fence. Here are some considerations for training a dog to use an electronic fence.

3 Considerations When Choosing a Pet Containment System

Posted by Carlos on 1/29/2014
Just like people, pets need to be able to exercise to stay healthy. If you have a dog that needs to roam, but you don’t have a fence around your yard, choosing the right kind of containment system means the dog is free to run around, but won’t wander into the road or the neighbors’ property. These invisible barriers are ideal for many homeowners. Here are three things to consider as you’re choosing the system that is right for you.

Five Ways to Pamper Your Dog

Posted by Steve on 1/15/2014
There is nothing wrong with coddling your canine. After all, your dog is a valuable part of your family. They provide you with companionship, exercise and maybe even security—depending on the breed. Therefore, they deserve to be pampered a little. Here are a few ways you can spoil your dog—without overdoing it on the treats.

Selecting the Right Fence System for Your Yard

Posted by Steve on 1/14/2014
Keeping your beloved dog contained in your yard is one of your most important duties as a responsible pet owner. Not so long ago, the only option you had was to put up an expensive wooden, wire or iron fence that kept your pet from running off of your property. Today, numerous pet fence options exist to fit your budget.

How a Pet Fence Protects You and Your Dog

Posted by Dupree on 1/9/2014
Your dog is much more than a pet. He is your best friend and a family member who needs your love and protection as much as a child needs a parent. Not only does a pet fence provide your companion with the protection he needs, but it offers you the safety and security of keeping him close to home.

How Electronic Pet Fences Work

Posted by Dupree on 1/8/2014
Pet owners with animals that spend time outdoors must find ways to contain the pets within a certain area. When animals stray, they encounter dangers from traffic, other animals and disgruntled neighbors. One solution is installation of an electronic perimeter fence, a common and humane solution based on electric shock deterrents.

 Want To Have Fun In The Water? Grab A Pet Life Jacket!
 Keeping Track Of Man’s Best Friend
 Safely and Effectively Stopping Excessive Dog Barking
 Let Your Pets Roam Free Without Worry
 Safely Traveling With Your Pet
 Protecting Your Pets In The Winter
 Choosing the Best Dog Fence Wire for Your Property
 Replacing Your Pet Doors
 Fencing Felines
 Who Is Being Protected?

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