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The training seemed silly and a waste of money at first but after seeing them work with Ozzy and seeing the benefits that training provided I am convinced that the training is critical to the success of the system. From sales, to installation, to training, to support, and to service, it is a total package with an outstanding product. Invisible Fence® Brand is one of the smartest choices that we made when getting our new puppy. We recommend it to anyone.
– Jeff & Heather
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A letter written by Chris Carney after his dogs were saved from a house fire
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 will donate five animal rescue oxygen mask kits to the Freeport Fire Department on Feb. 27.
It's been a busy winter for firefighters, in Trumbull County and pets almost fell victim to deadly flames twice this season in Warren.
Pets often are casualties of fires, but the Mohawk Fire Department has a better chance of saving more of them with the donation of pet oxygen masks from an area business.
Pets here can breathe a little easier about surviving a fire, thanks to a new apparatus. Callery Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Lynn Bouchier said a set of specialty oxygen masks made for pets of all sizes and species has been donated to the department by Invisible Fence of Western Pennsylvania.
Other pets in the house survived: a cat and two dogs, thanks to the use of pet oxygen masks...
Milo-area resident Greg Deitz of Calgary-based Invisible Fence of Western Canada trained a companion cat named Patches to stay within the boundaries of the Vulcan Community Health Centre’s long-term care wing.
Firefighters from the Windham Township Volunteer Fire Company will now be better equipped to save the lives of pets after receiving a pet oxygen mask kit.
"To a lot of people, their pets are their children. So if it's important to them, it's important to us," Captain Jason Norris said.