Dog Guard of The Valley
Owner: Surratt, Mike
Phone: (540) 480-0127
Address: Po Box 2483, Staunton, VA 24402
Dog Guard of Maryland
Owner: Daugherty, Skip
Phone: (301) 401-5425
Address: 4004 Petersville Rd., Knoxville, MD 21758
Dog Guard of Virginia
Owner: Agate, Gary
Phone: (804) 424-0517
Address: Henrico, VA
Dog Guard of Central Carolina
Owner: Trent, Kobe
Phone: (704) 465-3142
Address: Asheboro, NC
Coastal Dog Guard
Owner: Wood, Al
Phone: (252) 775-8936
Address: 122 Loop Road Hookerton, NC 28538
Training and Raising a Dog in Virginia
They say that Virginia is for lovers, and anyone who has visited or lived in the state of Virginia can see why. The state of Virginia has beautiful mountain ranges that offer breathtaking views and gorgeous fall foliage in the autumn. There are popular tourist destinations too, such as Virginia Beach, Busch Gardens, and historical Williamsburg, which is one of the earliest colonial settlements in North America. Shaped by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Chesapeake Bay, Virginia has two different climates: Southeastern Virginia’s climate is warm with short, dry winters, but to the northwest, Virginia has four distinct seasons featuring humid summers and cold, snowy winters.
However, Virginia is also for pet lovers due to its residents and their four-legged friends having many fun seasonal activities to enjoy and places to explore. Before venturing out there, it’s important that Virginia residents develop a strategy for raising their dog that involves all of the necessary training. Tools like trainers certified in the state of Virginia and a wireless dog fence can make a huge difference in your dog’s quality of life and giving you relief from worry and peace of mind.
Your relationship with your pet must begin with the implementation of a training strategy. If you are a first-time dog owner, there are many resources available for you to educate yourself about many of your dog’s most basic health needs, such as whether or how to get your dog neutered or spayed or how to seek assistance for your pet in the event of an emergency. However, in addition to fulfilling your dog’s health needs, you should also want your dog to be well-behaved and have good manners, but it’s important that your dog follow orders and commands. When you have an obedient, well-behaved dog, you can enjoy time with your companion by taking them to pet-friendly destinations throughout Virginia.
There are many ways to reinforce your dog’s training and obedience. Classes offered by certified trainers are excellent ways to make sure your pet is well-behaved and ready for trips to some of the best pet-friendly parks in Virginia. At home, an underground pet fence works in combination with your dog’s training and has many benefits for you and your dog.
It’s an unfortunate fact that there are many accidents that could happen and result in the injury or death of your pet. While exploring and sniffing around in your yard, your dog could accidentally wander off and become lost. Perhaps your dog could wander into the street and get hit by a passing automobile. There are things that are very preventable with something like a wireless dog fence.
When it comes to a wireless fence, Virginia has no better option than the Dog Guard out-of-sight fence. Our products are innovative and unbelievably practical; this hidden fence, VA’s best option for underground fencing, is veterinarian-approved and takes the worry out of leaving your dog to roam and play in the yard. With this easy-to-use electric fence, VA residents will love being able to separate their property into zones; you can allow your dog to roam and play throughout your entire yard or use your pet fence to designate a separate, smaller zone, perhaps an area where you prefer your pets go to relieve themselves.
With an electric dog fence, VA residents will have an important tool to keep their dogs safe that stays completely out of sight. That means that the pet fence won’t be an eyesore on your lawn. When you purchase this wireless pet fence, you will get the peace of mind that you couldn’t get with any other fence; Virginia will never have been safer for your dog.