Candidate: Rachel Weigand University: Auburn University Priorities are something I live by. Putting pets near the top of the priority list is a must to give them a good quality life. The quality of life of my dogs depends on how I lead my life and where I place them on my priority list. Seeking […]

This entry is by Mr. James Dircksen second year veterinary student at Purdue University and candidate for our 2nd annual Dog Fence Diy Wireless Dog Fence Scholarship.   Dog Fitness Matters There are many ways that I believe we, as a population of dog owners, can improve the quality of life of our canine companions. […]

DogFenceDIY has partnered with dogs and their families around the globe to give you stories and tips on how to keep dogs safe based on their own experiences related to getting lost, getting sick or even surviving a natural disaster. To get us started we have listed 25 ideas on stuff you can do to […]

Clearview Dog Fence Solution

by Gayla on May 19, 2014

Almost half a decade in the dog containment business has taught us that not every dog is the same and not every fencing solution works for every family. While many houses lend themselves to the unobstructed view afforded by a wireless dog fence this solution is simply not practical for every home. Where home owners […]

Last year, we had the honor of hosting our first Veterinary & Pre-Vet Scholarship. It was a true honor for us to be able to help a needy student in a way that most scholarships normally can’t. Our goal is to provide a deserving student the opportunity to have some financial relief that will allow […]

Training your dog to smell? That sounds quite strange. After all, what is the one thing that every dog is known for? Well, there are many things I suppose. Big cute eyes, being man’s best friend and stealing the trash are just a few that come to mind, but the answer is their nose. Dogs […]

Dogs that have a longer back in relation to their leg length, such as the Basset Hound and Dachshund, are more at risk of developing slipped discs. One study looked at 700 dogs of various breeds that were presented to the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals in the UK during a one-year period. Of these […]

How to Choose a Reputable Rescue Group

by Gayla on March 20, 2014

Volunteering for a rescue group seems like a noble idea for an animal lover. More often than not, you will be able to find a group that is close to home, or that works with the type of animal you prefer. While their intentions may be good, there are times when a rescue group simply […]

I recently attended a fun run where someone had entered the race with their dog. The dog was on a loose leash and suddenly ran in front of another entrant, causing him to stumble and almost fall. He was angry and lashed out at the dog with his foot; fortunately he didn’t connect. As a […]

Raising a litter of orphaned puppies takes quite a bit of work and plenty of dedication, but is well worth the effort. Puppies may become orphaned for many reasons. The mother may reject the litter or she may be unable to produce enough milk to keep her puppies healthy. In rare cases, puppies become orphans […]