New York

dealervanDog Guard of The Hudson Valley
http://www.hudsonvalleydogguard.com/
1 Thistle Drive
Montgomery, NY  12549
Owner: Chris Arndt
Phone: (845) 527-2554
Email: Info@hudsonvalleydogguard.com

Dog Guard of Alden New York
http://www.dogguard.com
12388 Williston Rd
Alden, NY  14004
Owner: Jeff Avery
Phone: (716) 583-4592
Email: javery321@yahoo.com

Dog Guard of The Capital District
http://www.capitaldistrictdogguard.com
PO Box 742
Glenmont, NY  12077
Owners: Dawn & Chris Garabedian
Phone: (518) 767-3647
Email: Info@capitaldistrictdogguard.com

Dog Guard of Southern New York
http://www.dogguardsdp.com
127 Fosler Rd
Highland, NY  12528
Owners: Mike Kovalyk & Matt Murphy
Phone: (845) 883-6712
Email: mkovalyk@aol.com

Dog Guard of Saratoga New York
http://dogguardsaratoga.com
410 Bolt Road
Glenville NY 12302
Owner: Kevin Bean
Phone: (518) 729-7617
Email: info@dogguardsaratoga.com

Dog Guard of Northern, New York
http://www.dogguard.com/
Owner: Kevin & Virginia Boyce
Phone: (800) 865-0495
Email: info@dogguard.com

Training and Raising a Dog in New York
We at Dog Guard are behavior specialists who work with hundreds of pets and owners across the nation. With materials made 100% within the United States, customizable containment solutions, affordable prices, and years of expertise, we’re the best choice when looking to purchase an electric pet fence. NY residents have a lot to worry about when taking care of a pet, so let us help you take care of keeping your dog contained in a safe way. Please feel free to use the following tips for training and raising a dog in New York:

What Your Dog Needs

Dogs need basic nutrients and to be fed at least once a day. Puppies and dogs younger than one year need to be fed more often. They should also have access to clean water.
Regardless of how tight your living situation is, you dog needs to exercise. For those living in suburban or rural areas, this may entail installing an underground fence. New York City residents, on the other hand, may need to hire a dog-walker.
Your dog needs to be groomed and cleaned on a regular basis. Most common breeds should be fully bathed at least twice a year.
Your dog should have a warm and safe place to stay indoors as well as a safe way to travel with you if you take it in the car or on a plane.
Lastly, your dog should have access to veterinary care, including vaccinations, medicines, treatments, and surgeries (like spaying or neutering).

New York Dog Laws

Within New York state, your dog must be licensed, and within New York City, your dog must have a license tag on its collar.
While off of your own property, your dog should be on a leash. When on your own property, it’s important to keep your dog inside with a physical or wireless, hidden dog fence. New York is a strict, “one bite” state, where damages can be sued for early on.
Also, be sure to clean up animal waste; it’s the law in New York.
Rabies vaccination is required in New York state for cats and dogs.
Dogs are not typically allowed inside of restaurants or other food service establishments.

Top Training Tips from Dog Guard

When using classic conditioning, an owner should know that positive reinforcement techniques are better than punishment techniques. What positive reinforcement means is that behaviors that are good are rewarded with treats, play, or attention and that bad behaviors are not rewarded.
Consistency is key with any training, especially when you’re training a puppy. Make sure that everyone in the family is on board.
Communicate clearly with simple, one-word instructions, hand gestures, or motions. Some dog trainers even like to use a clicker along with treats for an immediate reward system.
Always be the “alpha dog” and have your dog recognize you as the pack leader. Simply be calm and assertive.
Common issues like jumping on counters or getting into the trash can be solved with training along with a wireless indoor electric room transmitter.
Remember that if you’re not sure what to do, you can always call a professional. Get help before you get frustrated.

Keeping Your Dog Safe: When to Buy a Wireless Dog Fence

To help your dog get the exercise it needs, owners should establish a wide-open space with safe boundaries and train the dog to respect those boundaries.
Those living in confined areas like New York City should make the effort and time to walk their dogs in local parks on a regular basis.
Physical fences are great; however, be careful if your dog is a digger. Enthusiastic dogs can still get out. This could lead to the dog possibly getting into traffic or having bad interactions with other dogs, people, or wildlife.
Give your dog a space to roam in your back or front yard by installing a hidden fence. NY residents can purchase an out-of-sight, underground pet fence in large spaces to keep their dog and other dogs safe.

If you want to continue to keep your dog well-trained and safe in the state of New York, definitely consider purchasing an underground fence. NY locals can trust Dog Guard, as it’s a locally-owned business centered in Troy, New York. Since 1988, we’ve been helping families protect their pets, and today, we provide help and services nationwide. Call us today at 1-800-865-0495 or browse our frequently asked questions to learn more. Get a free quote for our customizable services now!