hough extremely well-behaved, and with a year of obedience
training under his belt, the Todds were suddenly having difficulty controlling Bram, their 2-year-old golden retriever.
The Todds recently moved into a new subdivision with
a large backyard. The couple has always enjoyed early
morning runs with Bram, their 2-year-old Golden
Retriever, who is often leash-free. Bram also enjoys the hours
he spends chasing squirrels and stockpiling sticks in the
family's backyard. But recently, Bram got into trouble with
the neighbors. They found him one too many times in their
backyard or digging in their garbage.
Though extremely well-behaved, and with a year of obedience
training behind him, the new neighborhood was making it
difficult for the Todds to control Bram. When Bram came
into our clinic for a routine checkup, the Todds asked us what
to do. We recommended they use a remote training collar to
help supplement Bram's obedience training when out for a
run, as well as an in-ground fence for the yard. The trainers are easy to use and an effective way to keep dogs safe. After reading the instructions carefully and discussing the correct use of the trainers with us, the Todds now feel comfortable leaving Bram outside, and their neighbors are much happier. Best of all, the collar allows Bram and the Todds to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle with minimal worry.