January 24, 2019
I know I want to play with those deer, but that dang DogWatch Hidden Fence is keeping me in my yard...Publicado por DogWatch of Montana Hidden Pet Fences en Domingo, 17 de diciembre de 2017
If you’ve ever wondered, “do hidden or ‘invisible’ fences for dogs really work?”, you’ll want to check out this amazing video!
In the clip from DogWatch of Montana, a young black Labrador Retriever named Boone spots a herd a deer in his backyard. He is clearly interested in these wild animals, but thanks to his DogWatch Hidden Fence, he stays within his boundaries and does not chase them.
Great products plus excellent training equals a safe and happy dog! Good boy Boone, and great work DogWatch of Montana!
November 14, 2018
DogWatch® Dealers work hard to properly place and protect Hidden Fence boundary wires, and most customers go years without any issues. But wire breaks do happen. They are often the result of outside forces like weather, landscaping and small burrowing animals. Here are some tips to help you identify a wire break, repair the wire and avoid any future disruptions. Read post »
July 13, 2018
Does your dog pull on the leash during walks? We have a solution – the SideWalker® Leash Trainer! The SideWalker is a unique dog training collar with a “self-teaching” design that trains your dog to walk side-by-side with you without pulling on the leash.
Are you considering trying our SideWalker Leash Trainer but wondering how exactly it works? Check out these answers to some of our Frequently Asked Questions about the SideWalker. Read post »
June 22, 2018
Every day is “Take Your Dog to Work Day” at DogWatch’s corporate headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts. Whether they are sitting by our sides while we work, napping during our meetings or encouraging us to get moving on our lunch breaks, the DogWatch office dogs are the best (and cutest) co-workers we could ask for! Here’s a quick introduction to some of our fun-loving, unique and totally adorable office dogs. Read post »
May 2, 2018
You love your dog. You love your garden. But dogs and gardens can be a difficult combination. Are you looking for a way to protect your carefully cultivated flowers, trees, bushes and veggies from your dog’s rowdy ways? Consider one of these products from DogWatch! Read post »
March 28, 2018
Spring is officially here, and we’ve finally getting a relief from the snow up here at DogWatch HQ in Massachusetts! The beginning of a new season is a great time for your annual Hidden Fence Checkup reminder. Here are some things you can do to make sure your hidden fence is ready for spring! Read post »
February 1, 2018
We want to introduce you to some of our valued DogWatch team members. At our headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, DogWatch Inc. employs individuals with disabilities from the the ARC of Eastern Middlesex (EMARC) as part of our DogWatch team. We depend on them for preparing product packages that we ship from our headquarters to our DogWatch Dealers across the country and around the world. Read post »
December 8, 2017
Hidden fencing (a.k.a. electric dog fencing, invisible fencing, or underground fencing) has been in existence for a long time but has recently become more popular due to the ever increasing fence restrictions and our ability to trust more in technological advancements. There are some people, however, that are still leery due mostly to myths associated with this type of pet containment. We would like to address these myths and help educate the general public about the safety, humanity and convenience of hidden fences.
The six most popular myths associated with hidden fences are 1) the shock is dangerous and inhumane; 2) it doesn’t work on my breed; 3) my dog will never want to come outside again; 4) it will make my dog become aggressive; 5) it is too expensive and 6) store-bought systems work just as well as professionally-installed hidden fences. 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 »