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Did Santa bring a Puppy this Christmas?


 

Thousands of children across the country and around the world will wake up on Christmas morning with a present that moves... and barks and wags! If you are one of the lucky families who is welcoming a puppy or an adopted dog into your family this Christmas - congratulations!
As you choose where the dog will sleep, what food he'll eat and when you'll take him for walks, we recommend that you spend some time considering how he'll be kept safe in your yard.
As an installer of high-quality underground pet containment units (aka, an invisible fence) we obviously recommend using an underground fence. These units:
Work in subdivisions that don't allow fences
Keep dogs that like to climb and jump from getting over a physical fence
Can be programmed to fit dogs of all sizes and most temperaments
Will keep your dog safe without obstructing your view
And, with winter coming a little later than usual to those of us in northern states, like Michigan, you don't have to wait until spring to have your underground fencing installed. The ground hasn't frozen yet, so we're able to install your fence now so you can start training your new dog right away. (Trust us, it beats running around in the snow in your slippers and PJs all winter long!)
Again - congrats on your new dog! We'd love to help you make the addition of your new family member a pleasant experience, so please call us today to discuss the containment unit and training that's right for your new baby!

 

puppy-for-christmasThousands of children across the country and around the world will wake up on Christmas morning with a present that moves... and barks and wags! If you are one of the lucky families who is welcoming a puppy or an adopted dog into your family this Christmas - congratulations!

As you choose where the dog will sleep, what food he'll eat and when you'll take him for walks, we recommend that you spend some time considering how he'll be kept safe in your yard.

As an installer of high-quality underground pet containment units (aka, an invisible fence) we obviously recommend using an underground fence. These units:

  • Work in subdivisions that don't allow fences
  • Keep dogs that like to climb and jump from getting over a physical fence
  • Can be programmed to fit dogs of all sizes and most temperaments
  • Will keep your dog safe without obstructing your view

And, with winter coming a little later than usual to those of us in northern states, like Michigan, you don't have to wait until spring to have your underground fencing installed. The ground hasn't frozen yet, so we're able to install your fence now so you can start training your new dog right away. (Trust us, it beats running around in the snow in your slippers and PJs all winter long!)

Again - congrats on your new dog! We'd love to help you make the addition of your new family member a pleasant experience, so please call us today at 866-284-7303 to discuss the containment unit and training that's right for your new baby!