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Ideas and insights from the experts on pets’ total well being.

Invisible Fence® Brand was created out of a genuine passion for pets. And, ever since we pioneered the world’s first electronic dog fence in 1973, we’ve remained committed to keeping dogs and cats not just safe, but also happy — so owners like you can truly enjoy their company. Invisible Fence® Brand was created out of a genuine passion for pets. And, ever since we pioneered the world’s first electronic dog fence in 1973, we’ve remained committed to keeping dogs and cats not just safe, but also happy — so owners like you can truly enjoy their company.

Waging peace on multi-pet homes

As hard as we try to love them the same, our pets are different. And those differences create different needs and different arrangements at home. Read more...

Winter-Proof your Pet: 3 Ways to Lick Seasonal Affective Disorder

Winter wears on us all, man and beast alike. Even if you’ve been blessed with a low-maintenance breed like a Pug, Dogue de Bordeaux or a cat, come mid-January, cabin fever is an observable fact. And if you’re not careful, it can become a bonafide medical condition. Read more...

4 Pet Safety Tips for the Holidays

The holidays can create some pretty drastic changes to your pet’s home. Whether they find themselves tip-toeing through a thicket of beautiful, semi-toxic greenery or pawing at a tangle of rainbow-colored electric cable, your pet’s curiosity is going to be duly piqued this holiday season. Read more...

How to Properly Remove Ticks: Common Myths and Foolproof Methods

It's summertime, when the living is easy — unless you have a pet who will be spending lots of time in the great outdoors. Spring and summer are the most popular (and prolific) seasons for ticks, and they’re a problem you should be prepared for. “Ticks are dangerous,” says Dr. Rick Alleman, DVM, Ph.D., a researcher on vector-borne diseases and a professor of veterinary medicine at the University of Florida. “They transmit much more than Lyme disease.” In fact, some can emit as many as four or five pathogens, and cause infections in humans and pets. If a large number of ticks infest a pet, they can suck so much blood that your pet can become anemic — a good reason to nip the prospect of ticks in the bud.

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The Importance of Water for Dog Nutrition

A balanced diet is not the only necessary part of keeping your dog healthy. Water for drinking is also a very important part of your dog’s daily requirements and overall nutrition. Water is the main component of healthy, living cells of the body. Without water, your dog’s body will not be able to function properly. More specifically, your dog will dehydrate. In order for your dog to get enough water daily, you need to provide water along with a healthy, balanced diet (which also provides some moisture).

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