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Invisible Fence® Brand did a marvelous job with setting up Ms. Jaye Bean with her new MicroLite collar and training this timid puppy. If anyone has any doubts about Invisible Fence® Brand, DON'T!!! I work at an animal hospital and am very involved in behavior and training and this (Perfect Start) is a very humane and natural way to train your dog. We also have an indoor Shield that works amazing!!
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On March 23rd, I woke at 2am to the sounds of screaming and explosions. The carport was on fire and spray paint cans were exploding. I thought I had about five minutes to get everyone out, including eight dogs. It turned out to be about 90 seconds.
Invisible Fence Brand of Hampton Roads donated ten kits, which include a small, medium and large mask, all specially designed to fit a dog or cat’s muzzle and effectively deliver oxygen.
IFD did not have budgetary funding to purchase animal masks, but Brad Bennett, owner of Invisible Fence of Central Indiana, donated 60 mask kits so that one could be at each IFD station and at several Indianapolis EMS ambulances.
Firefighters with the Junaluska Fire Department saved more than just a home from burning this week — they rescued two furry family members.
"To save a life - that's the most important thing we do every day," Quinn said. "The fact is, when you show up at a house fire and everybody's out but yet a pet perishes, we still feel that we want to do more."
The masks are designed specifically for dogs and cats that have inhaled smoke and are in need of oxygen.
A donation from Invisible Fence® Brand to Canonsburg General Hospital will equip first responders with masks to help pets suffering from smoke inhalation.
Pet masks used to help furry family members.
Tyson was given oxygen therapy with the Project Breathe™ mask.