New Hampshire

New Hampshire Dog Guard
Owner: Knowlton, Gary
Phone: (603) 714-6200
Address: 13 Bell Hill Road, Bedford, NH 03110

Dog Guard of Central Massachusetts
Owner: Pitre, Brian & Julia
Phone: (978) 512-1924
Address: 47 Partridge St., Gardner, MA 01440

Training and Raising a Dog in New Hampshire

Dogs love outdoor freedom and being able to roam but can often get into trouble when left alone in an area without boundaries. For this, you might consider trying a wireless pet fence.

The Dog Guard out-of-sight fencing system isn’t like any other typical type of fence for your yard. Using a wireless dog fence is perfect for dog owners who want to help keep their pets safe but don’t want to spend too much money or build their own fence. When you buy our electric dog fence, New Hampshire installers come to your home and place a thin wire buried underground. Flags are set up around the boundaries to let you know where the perimeter of the wire is. This wire is connected through a radio signal to a receiver collar, which your dog will wear. When you start training your dog regularly while implementing use of our wireless pet fence, NH dog owners should incorporate a few more methods into their sessions to help the dog get used to this technology. When you start out with your electric dog fence, New Hampshire owners are recommended to walk their dog around the inside of the boundaries on a leash and use commands to train their dog to steer clear of those boundaries. When the dog gets near them, the receiving collar will give off a stimulation that alerts the dog, letting the dog know that it is getting too close. This keeps your dog from running out into the street and potentially getting into vicious fights with other animals as well as people they aren’t familiar with.

When making the decision to purchase our electric dog fence, NH owners might be concerned that the collar will harm the dog. This is not the case; the collar only gives off enough stimulation to alert the dog and is harmless and humane. In fact, our pet containment systems are veterinarian-approved.

If you choose to try out a hidden fence, NH will surely become an even better area of residency for animals and animal-lovers alike.