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A Guide to Using a Hidden Electric Dog Fence

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A Guide to Using a Hidden Electric Dog Fence

Do you have a dog that just doesn’t understand the boundaries? Perhaps they are too curious for their own good, escaping your home and risking danger! It’s not always possible or efficient to erect a traditional fence. They are a significant project, fixed in the ground, cost thousands of dollars and may obstruct your view. Even worse, they can be bypassed by a smart pooch - chewing through or digging under the barrier you’ve set them. If you are looking for peace of mind when containing your dog, an electric dog fence may be the perfect solution for you and...

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How to Prepare your Dog for a New Routine

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How to Prepare your Dog for a New Routine

Nothing is certain these days, rules are changing all the time, and we don’t know how things will be in the following week, let alone month. Like humans, your dog is excellent at adapting to a familiar routine, yet they lack the awareness of their owners to understand why things are changing as often as they are. Surely your pets appreciate the extra time you have been spending with them at home, although it can’t last forever. As our lives move back to normal, you and your dog will need to adapt to a new routine.  The best way to...

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Does Your Dog Suffer From Anxiety? How you can Help

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Does Your Dog Suffer From Anxiety? How you can Help

Does your dog’s behaviour sometimes leave you questioning if something might be wrong? Before you panic, understand that many situations may trigger symptoms of anxiety in your pets. Your dog lives in a human-run world, and there are numerous situations, behaviours and objects that they will never understand. Your dog may be particularly vulnerable to anxiety right now as we emerge from social restrictions. They are used to spending time with you at home, so your increased absence may leave them wondering what has changed and where you are going. We know our furry friends well, sensing when they’re hungry,...

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Learn these Five Love Languages to Better Connect with your Dog

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Learn these Five Love Languages to Better Connect with your Dog

Have you ever read the book ‘The Five Love Languages’? If you have, you’ll know why it’s been on the New York Times Best Seller list since 2009. The book proposes that everyone has a particularly preferred method of communication, giving and receiving affection and that relationships are enhanced when we understand each other’s style. While this book has improved many human lives, have you ever considered how the lessons could be applied to our furry friends?  No two dogs are the same. Some are quiet and value their alone time, and others crave attention seemingly all the time. Each...

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Four Paw-some Ways to Exercise with your Dog

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Four Paw-some Ways to Exercise with your Dog

Exercise is terrific for our body and mind. While it has been a challenge for most of us over the past few months, the easing of lockdowns should motivate us to get out again. If you’ve ever had trouble sticking to your fitness goals, consider how your playful pooch can help you out. Our dogs love to exercise and will seldom turn up the chance to get moving and explore the outdoors.  Exercising with your pup is a fantastic way to support their health and happiness as well as your own. It’s also a great way to improve the bond...

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