Last updated 6 days ago
Jeff has held several key roles for Invisible Fence® over the past 20 years. He joined the company in 1988 as the Chief Operating Officer and managed new product development, engineering, manufacturing, finance and administration for the corporate offices. His first Golden Retriever, Baloo, is the model dog you see on many brochures and vans. Jeff says, the importance of Invisible Fence® to make my family's life better with Baloo was clear to us and I have continued to support keeping pets safe and happy. It's my pleasure to participate in an endeavor that improves the quality of lives. Just as he was committed to the development of new quality products while leading the product development and manufacturing processes for Invisible Fence®, he is committed to quality products and service at StayDog. His commitment to producing satisfied customers through operational practices is a lifelong mission.
Last updated 7 days ago
Dogs love playing with their owners and owners love playing with their dogs. If your family is preparing to welcome a puppy, make sure you start a loving and trusting bond by researching training techniques. When you start training early, your puppy has an easier time understanding which behaviors are good and which ones should be avoided.
Here at StayDog Invisible Fence®, we offer our exclusive Safe Dog® program to help families train their dogs the right way and promote life-long benefits. Our Safe Dog Training program has been approved by many dog trainers, veterinarians, and behaviorists. That’s because we’ve created a humane, safe, and effective way to teach dogs good behavior and decrease the impulse to act out.
You can learn more about the benefits of the Safe Dog Training program by contacting StayDog Invisible Fence® today. Take a look at our website or call us at (484) 324-6160 for more information about the advantages of choosing our products and training programs.
Last updated 12 days ago
Dogs make great friends, companions, and guardians for family members of all ages, but new dogs may not know how to properly interact with people. Training and installing a dog fence are simple ways to promote good behavior and stop bad behavior. These strategies can also help control a dog’s biting:
Start Training Early
The best way to keep your dog from biting is to start training him as early as possible. Puppies should start learning about proper behavior as soon as they are welcomed into a new home. Your family can enroll in training classes or find training resources to help you learn the right tools to control a dog’s biting.
Dogs do not always understand words but they do understand a human’s tone and body language. If your dog bites you, let him know that it hurts. Make a yelping noise when your dog bites you to show him that you are in pain and that his behavior is not acceptable.
Keep Chew Toys around the House
Biting is a form of playing for some dogs. Keeping a steady supply of chew toys around the house helps your dog learn that toys, not humans, are for biting. Distract your dog with a chew toy if he starts biting you and soon he will learn to only bite toys.
Use Positive Reinforcement
It is important to reward your dog when he behaves well so he may continue this good behavior. Reward your pup with treats or belly rubs when he displays obedience and abstains from biting family members.
Investing in an Invisible Fence® is an easy way to teach your dog boundaries and prevent him from biting guests and passers-by. This will also keep your dog safe and secure when family members are not home.
StayDog Invisible Fence® makes it easy to protect and train your family’s pet. Schedule your free in-home consultation to learn more about how our invisible fences work for both dogs and cats. Take a closer look at our products by visiting our website or calling us at (484) 324-6160.
Last updated 13 days ago
Mary started with Invisible Fence® by StayDog as a Pet Consultant in 2008. She worked as an Executive Assistant for almost 10 years and came to Invisible Fence® by StayDog to follow her passion and love for animals. Mary also worked at Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort part time proving her enthusiasm and care for animals. Her organization and reliability will ensure our clients receive the best care and approach along with dedicated devotion. Mary and her dog Manny are inseparable out in the field and in the store!