Jul
7
2014

Are Bark Collars Dangerous?

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Just like Rottweilers and Pit Bulls, bark collars have had a bad reputation for a long time. Whether it’s a stimulation, spray or vibration collar, many pet owners have shied away from training dogs with effective collars because of a preconceived notion that they could be dangerous. Some people think that these collars run the […]

Jun
19
2014

What To Know If Your Pet Presses Their Head

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It’s tough to communicate with our pets. Although some high-tech collars coming out on the market claim to be able to tell pet owners health statistics, identifying medical conditions in pets is a big guessing game with a wide range of vague symptoms that easily can be misconstrued and sometimes blown out of proportion. Still, […]

Mar
24
2014

Tri-Tronics Officially Merges With Garmin

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When you’re headed into the wilderness with your dog, it doesn’t matter if you’re doing some serious exploring or hunting—you want to make sure you have a good lock on your dog’s location. In the great outdoors you can experience unexpected weather changes and unwelcomed visitors (bears or coyotes) that can spook your pooch. Luckily, […]

Mar
19
2014

Being in the Doghouse has Never Been so Good

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Once upon a time, being sent to the doghouse was a thing of shame and disgrace, but today’s doghouses are more likely to be a place of happiness and excitement for Fido. Rooftop doggy decks, shaded verandas, heated pads, cooling slatted windows; the new generation of doghouses are closer to mansions than houses. It wouldn’t […]

Mar
14
2014

Why Should You Fear Lyme Disease?

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Some people are too protective with their pets. They need to secure it in a back room if guests come over so it doesn’t get overexcited, one table scrap could send them to the hospital and sharing dog toys with other pooches is completely out of the question! However, while most of the fears we […]

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