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Play Nice

Play Nice

Play Nice How to make your dog stop chasing the cat? For many years, you wanted to buy a dog. Unfortunately, you used to live in a small apartment, so because there wasn’t enough space, you chose to adopt a cat. Recently, you moved to a lovely house, with a big...
Bark! Bark! Bark!

Bark! Bark! Bark!

Bark! Bark! Bark! Cats meow, cows moo, horses neigh, frogs croak and dogs… bark. It’s in their nature. They will vocalize in order to express themselves by using barks, whines, and howls, just like humans use words to communicate what they think or feel. Your best...
Too many bathroom breaks?

Too many bathroom breaks?

Too many bathroom breaks? Although for some readers this subject may seem a little odd, frequent urination in dogs might be a symptom of a serious condition. There are many reasons why your furry friend may need to relieve himself more often than usual, from marking...
Why do dogs chase cars?

Why do dogs chase cars?

At some point as a dog owner, you’ll surely ask yourself “Why does my dog chase cars?”. Many people that have adopted a puppy go through the same problem – one minute they’re in the backyard, playing with their favorite furry friend and the next Max starts chasing...
Prepare For The Pup’s Arrival

Prepare For The Pup’s Arrival

Prepare for the pup’s arrival! You’ve finally decided to buy a dog. After years and years of continuous back and forth on this idea, next weekend you are definitely going to the pet shop in order to buy your beloved pug. You can already see the two of you having fun...
Reasons Why Dogs Enjoy Digging

Reasons Why Dogs Enjoy Digging

In a previous blog post, we’ve presented instinct and boredom as primary reasons why dogs enjoy digging. But besides those two, there might be a lot of other ones, like for hiding different things, the pursuit of happiness that will be presented in this post. One of...
Instinct and Boredom

Instinct and Boredom

Instinct and boredom – some of the main reasons why dogs love to dig in the backyard If you’re visiting our website, most likely you already know that dogs love to dig. They usually don’t care if there is an azalea bed, a tomato plantation or just turf in your...

Dig Defence saves the day (and a marriage)

Dig Defence has a customer that had adopted a rescue Springer Spaniel. Unfortunately, the dog was a digger and was digging holes that not only he was escaping through but their original two dogs also were getting loose. After trying several ways of blocking the holes...

Dig Defence Keeps the Peace

Dig Defence apparently has a new use. Not only can it keep your dog in your yard, it can keep the neighbor’s dogs out of your yard. A recent customer told us her older dog was being attacked by the neighbors dogs who would dig under the common fence they shared...