Your Pets? Behavioral Problems Can Be Fixed

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Every headline in the papers, every top story on the news, and every topic of conversation at the White House points to our failing economy.  Yet, according to American Pet Products Association , in 2008, more than billion … yes, forty-three billion dollars were spent on our pets.  I have to assume that not all businesses are falling apart!

What about in your backyard?  Invisible Fence® Brand of Upstate NY, located right here in Rochester, took home three national awards for outstanding business growth in 2008, including National Dealer of the Year for the 3rd year in a row!  This is an achievement honoring a team who strives for excellence in customer service, guaranteeing results, and who is determined to make stronger relationships with people and their pets.

Did you know?

Every year, 10 million dogs are lost due to behavior problems! Every year, 5 million dogs are euthanized due to behavior problems! Every year, 1 million dogs are killed on the road ways!

The Invisible Fence® Brand’s sole premise is to be the most trusted brand in the pet ownership experience by keeping pets safe, happy and well-behaved at home all the time. And it’s not just about containment— we also offer solutions to help manage other unwanted behaviors like barking, jumping, digging, and chewing.  We offer lifestyle solutions such as heated beds for arthritic dogs and automatic feeders for people who have busy schedules.  We offer love and compassion for people who truly need help managing their relationships with their pets.

Trip to Lollypop

A few weeks ago, Princess and I were at Lollypop Farm.  She always looks forward to the trip!  I can tell because she starts whining as we pull in the parking lot, cold nosed pressed against the window, her breath starting to become more rapid.  She’s like a kid in a candy shop!  She darts out of the car and pulls me to the door.  Her tail is wagging with excitement.  As we peruse down the hall, I know she wants to run, play and sniff the other dogs.  Her innocence is so sweet.  She has no idea what’s going on.  I always experience a rollercoaster of emotions ranging from loving every puppy in the place, to sadness at their droopy “take me home” faces, and anger when I read why they are there.

I once saw a 10-year-old Schipperke who was given to the shelter because of “barking”.  Seriously?  After ten years you are just getting fed up with it?  I wonder why they didn’t call Invisible Fence® Brand—we can take care of that in just a few days.  I see a Siberian Husky who’s claimed to be “an escape artist”.  Are you for real?  Why didn’t you call Invisible Fence® Brand?  There’s a Rottweiler that keeps tearing up the couches.  I wonder if they would have given him a second chance if they let us create an invisible barrier that kept him away from all the couches.  I think back to the day I adopted Princess and realized she had severe separation anxiety, breaking out of three metal crates and hurting herself in the process.  I wonder if I would have known to call Invisible Fence® Brand to train her to use an invisible crate if I didn’t work for the company.

Help reduce the number of shelter admissions, euthanasia and lost dogs on the roadways—call Invisible Fence® Brand today and let us talk to you about how we can help improve your relationship with your best friend … before it’s too late.

Kate Siwik is the Director of Sales & Marketing of Invisible Fence® Brand of Upstate NY—National Dealer of the Year in 2006, 2007 and 2008.  Her dog, Princess, was adopted from Lollypop Farm in 2007.  Contact Kate at 271-1700 or email her UpstateNY@invisiblefence.com.

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