- fence for dogs
When we see dogs chained in the backyard, or with dog leashes hooked to bike racks in metropolitan street corners, our hearts melt. Who doesn't want to feel freedom? Dogs are no different. January is Unchain a Dog Month; and we encourage dog owners to allow dogs the freedom to roam.
Dogs need an open area to run and play with other animals. They need space to exercise and enjoy the great outdoors. With a fenced-in yard, dogs have the opportunity to do the things they love to do with their owners, and other furry friends, without leaving home.
When outside, provide dogs with shelter, such as a dog house, or easy entry to go back indoors. Dogs will also need blankets in cold weather and always require fresh water through the seasons.
This Unchain a Dog Month, consider fence for dogs to run, play and exercise. No animal deserves to be left in chains.
Like us, dogs cannot stay indoors all day. They will go nuts, bouncing off the walls, and drive their owners nuts in the process. To stay fit, dogs need at least 30 minutes of daily exercise and dog owners are more than willing to leave dogs outside to get fresh air and play with other [...]
Pet Sitters International declares September to be Pet Sitter Education Month, a time for pet owners to learn about the benefits of pet sitting and what to look out for in the purrfect pet sitter for their companion animals. What do pet sitters do?Pet Sitters supervise cats, dogs, and other pets while their owners are [...]
There are many types of fence on the market; but for pet fencing, pet owners usually choose to buy chain-link fence for large dogs and electric fence for small and medium sized dog breeds. While some homeowners may express that chain-link fencing is not aesthetically pleasing in yards, it has it's perks and is not [...]
Some pet owners make dogs special dog treats with hearts; others give pets toys. We suggest giving your dog the best Valentines Day gift of all: a secure backyard to freely run and play.Not only are plastic fence for dogs affordable, but they are more humane than invisible electric dog fence and shock collars combined. Chain [...]