Michelle Carpenter from West Des Moines has an adorable 10 week old Cavachon named Boji. She is a busy mother of two girls and needed reassurance that Boji would be safe while out in the yard. She’s also trying to convince her mother to get a DOG GUARD fence so the dogs can play at each others houses:)
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Matthew and Erryn McCormick from Carlisle have an adorable 2 month old Golden Retreiver named Willow. They’re very busy with their careers and their three children. They wanted Willow to have the opportunity to spend as much time outside as she needed. Grandma Dietre McCormick, decided this would be a great Christmas present for the entire family!
Nikki Shallenberger from Norwalk is pictured here with her five-month old Labradoodle named Breck. Up until now, they’ve had to keep him on a leash when outside. They have a large property and wanted him to enjoy more space to burn off some puppy energy! He’s loving his new freedom and playing with the boys in the yard.
Jason and Jennifer Staley from Altoona have two dogs. Boston is a one year old American Bulldog and Bella is a four month old Pomsky. They were referrals to us from Jessica Ferin:) Bella is loving her freedom and Boston is sticking close to the house. There was a broken Invisible Fence system in their yard that we took in on trade to give them a discount.
Shasta and Rick Hillmer from a Adel recently rescued Dozer, an 8 week old Shepherd mix. In order to rescue Dozer, they had to prove that they had a fence to contain him. They had us install their fence first and then come back to train once they brought him home. They had previously lost an 11 month old Lab on the road and didn’t want to risk that happening again. He understood the fence right away and is enjoying his new yard, home and family!
Heather and Brian Stevens just built a beautiful new home in Iowa City. In fact, it was part of the Parade of Homes. They have two Dachshunds. Madison is 16 years old and Sammie is 13 years old. Madison set the record for the oldest dog we have trained:) At their previous home they had a traditional fence but the dogs figured out that they could dig underneath and get away. With an underground fence, dogs can’t dig under or jump over which keeps them much safer.