Our Dog Blog
How to stop a dog from eating poop (stopping coprophagia)
How to stop a dog from eating poop? This question is surprisingly one of the most common questions our clients ask us on the job. It is also one of the most disgusting issues, so, those with weak stomachs, please read at your own risk. Why do dogs eat their poop? Many...
How Can Dog Breeders Maintain Cleanliness?
Cleanliness is Key! Everyone enjoys a nice, clean, and tidy environment; including dogs. If you’re a dog breeder and you have multiple canines to look after until they’ve found a happy and welcoming home, you’ll want to learn more about our pet waste removal services....
How Pet Waste Removal Can Prevent Illness with Children
Maintaining a Clean Yard for the Kiddos As children begin to develop immunities from day one, they will fotne become sick due to their vulnerable state. Introducing pet waste into the equation can prove to be harmful, if not fatal in some scenarios. For this reason,...
How to Get A Dog Park In Your Community
What is a dog park? A dog park is a community area where licensed dogs can run off leash. Dog parks can be as simple as an open space or have elaborate playground like equipment for dogs. Separate areas may also be available for larger and smaller dogs. Great examples...
How to Keep Your Dog Safe From Your Own Backyard
Dog Dangers In Your Yard infographic created by Freedom Dog Fence. Your backyard is the center of your dog’s universe. It’s where your dog probably spends the majority of its time. Although your backyard is a place where your dog can chase butterflies, play fetch with...
It’s Cold Outside. 8 Winter Safety Tips For Your Dog.
It snowed last week with more forecasted for this weekend. We know we need to bundle ourselves up in the cold but what about our dogs? We want to keep them safe, warm, and comfortable. Check out our top 8 winter safety tips for your dog and let me know what you think...
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