Browsing articles from "October, 2013"
Oct
18
2013

Buying Invisible Fence Batteries

dog in woods

The thing about an invisible dog fence is that you can’t see it; it’s invisible. As they say “Out of sight is out of mind” and it’s easy to forget that an invisible fence is there. However you don’t want to forget the batteries that power the fence’s receiver collar, because if you don’t change […]

Oct
18
2013

Product Review – SportDOG SD-105 & SD-105S

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Because you’d rather be spending your time hunting or playing with your dog and not endless hours training, do as the professional trainers and hunting dog handlers do and use a training collar. Teaching behavioral patterns to a dog isn’t easy and can be time-consuming, even when working with naturally obedient and complaint dogs. Training […]

Oct
18
2013

Cat’s Sleeping Habits Are Legendary

Orange_Tabby_Cat_On_Balcony

Baseball is often referred to as America’s oldest and most cherished past time. Since the late 19th century, Americans have loved buying tickets and spending their free time at relaxing ball parks and watching their favorite athletes swing for the fences. Cats too have a favorite past time: SLEEPING. Cat’s actually spend about two-thirds of […]

Oct
16
2013

Should Cats be Allowed Outside or Kept Inside?

Bengal looking attentive

For every cat lover the trade-off between allowing your cats the freedom to roam outside in their natural habitat and keeping them safely indoors to minimize the risk of injury or illness is a tough one to get right. Cats need the exercise and mental/sensory stimulation that an outdoor lifestyle offers, but it’s also no […]

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