September 13, 2019
September is National Preparedness Month, which encourages people to take steps to prepare for emergencies. For pet owners, emergency preparedness also means making plans to protect your dogs, cats and other pets. Pet safety is an important part of DogWatch’s mission, and we are always looking for new ways to educate and assist our customers and readers.
This year, in honor of National Preparedness Month, we have a special offer for pet parents! DogWatch has created a limited supply of Rescue Alert Window Stickers. These stickers can be placed on your window to alert rescue workers to the animals in the house and the contact information for you, your family or your pet’s veterinarian. Read post »
June 7, 2019
Are you considering a wireless GPS electronic pet fence (frequently referred to generically as an “invisible fence”*) to keep your dog in your yard? How do wireless GPS systems compare to a traditional wired (underground) electronic dog fence? Do they provide the same level of safety for your pet? Read post »
November 14, 2017
Announcing the newest feature of our exclusive SmartFence™ – the TattleTale™ Graph!
The TattleTale lets users know when and how many times their pet has entered the Avoidance Zone. By tracking the frequency and timing of these ‘boundary challenges,’ pet parents can spot potential distractions – like a neighbor’s dog or a school bus – and address them right away. Read post »
September 9, 2016
Our name may be DogWatch, but thousands of cats worldwide also use our hidden fences to explore the outdoors safely. Giving their cat the freedom to roam outdoors is important for many cat owners, but it brings with it many challenges, including keeping cats away from roads and other hazards and preventing their natural prey drive from impacting local wildlife populations. Outdoor cats are particularly common in the United Kingdom (UK), where animal behaviorists recently announced the findings of a new study on the impact of hidden fences on cat behavior and welfare.
January 22, 2013
Seeing a happy, healthy dog playing in his own yard without a tether and without constant supervision is a joy to a dog lover, and frequently leads to a friendly chat with that well-behaved dog’s owner. More often than not, the impressed observer learns that there is an underground pet fence installed around the yard’s perimeter and the dog has been trained to respect that boundary.