Invisible Fence® Brand systems Saskatchewan are invisible
boundary systems for your yard and home! It keeps your pet out of harm's way
and prevents unwanted behaviors throughout your home and yard. The systems are
safe, humane, and highly recommended by Veterinarians, Behaviorists, and pet
Over the last 40 years, they have helped more than two
million pets and their owners lead safe and harmonious lives together, and
their exclusive training program allows dogs and cats to learn their boundaries
without fear, distress, or behavioral harm. Their proven P.E.T. Approach™
training method ensures the success of their products every time, with any pet,
and in every household. The result? An unparalleled success rating (over 99%)
and the most effective solutions in the industry! Freedom and convenience for
you & your pet.
Trusted Saskatoon Invisible Fence Brand Expert shares her responses from Facebook questions!
“How does the system
- The GPS system is
installed using a computer with no wire to bury.
- Your pet’s
perimeter boundary can be customized to any shape and there is no maximum size
- Your pets GPS mobile
collar utilizes data from a network of 32 GPS satellites to ensure your
pet stays within the established boundaries.
- A safe and effective static correction helps condition your pets to areas that
are safe to roam and areas that should not be entered or crossed.
- Using our
exclusive technology and rules for different pets, you can protect any number
of pets and can design different boundaries for each pet.
- We will work with you to design
your system and train your pets while educating you on the system.
- There is a NO risk guarantee or your money back.
“Can this system
harm my pet?"
Invisible Fence does not harm your pet. The GPS system
ALWAYS allows the dog to run back into the yard without being corrected. This
is one of the many reasons why Invisible Fence Brand is so superior to anything
else out there. No one else has this technology. And if I have done my job
correctly in the training of your dog, along with this technology, your dog
will never leave its set boundaries.
people are under huge misconceptions about what Invisible Fence does.
Technology and training has evolved so dramatically over the years. Invisible
Fence is the only company out there that has an entire panel of Phd Animal
Behaviorists that support Invisible Fence Brand technology and have designed an
entire training protocol that we had to learn as dealers/trainers to put into
practice when training a dog to an Invisible Fence. The dog does not get
shocked as so many people think, it is a static. It is kind and gentle. Our
dogs get excited when they see their collars because they know it means that
they have freedom and no more tie downs for them.
For all of your invisible boundary needs, Invisible Fence Brand of Saskatchewan is here to help! Contact them today!
Trusted SASKATOON PET Experts for advice on Pets!
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Q: Corely Heilman: Is it unhealthy to change your dogs food often? Or is it better to keep their food the same all the time?
A: This is a personal preference, customers usually want to change their pet’s food because they want to give variety and feel their pet would be getting bored with eating the same thing everyday. The truth is that pet’s are driven to food on smell not taste so if their current diet is working then it’s not necessary to change. Remember that when switching formulas that you should always slowly mix in to get their stomach and digestive tract adjusted even if it’s the same brand but a different flavour.
Q: Joanne Cliff: What is the best all natural dog food on the market to feed our samoyed dog who is getting up there in years?
A: At out stores we recommend pet food’s based on their ingredient list, not the brand name. We believe it’s what’s inside the pet food that makes it good! We have a variety of healthy Canadian pet foods that have some of the best ingredient lists on the market. If you visit any of our stores we can show you what to look for and what to avoid. We will never recommend a pet food with any by-products, corn, vegetable protein concentrates, wheat or fractionated grains. It’s not necessary to change your pet’s diet if they are becoming more senior (you wouldn’t cook a different meal for your grandparents than you would for yourself right?). You can continue to feed the same food but it’s always best to adjust feeding levels if they’re starting to gain weight and to add a supplement for their joints separately.
Many pet foods market themselves for senior however do not have sufficient levels of joint supplements in them to be very effective, for example many pet foods have 500mg of glucosamine per kg of food. So you must feed 2.2lbs of dog food to get that 500mg which isn’t realistic. We have many powdered supplements in the store that allow you do give effective doses at a very reasonable price ($4-5/month).
Q: Jerri McPhee: My dog recently developed allergies. He is now on a hypoallergenic food. Are there any treats on the market that are safe?
A: We deal with pet’s with allergies all the time in our stores and we have many options for hypo-allergenic diets and treats in our store. Generally you want to avoid corn, wheat, soy and dairy if you believe your pet has an allergy. However if you have a list of ingredients to avoid we can help narrow down a product for you in the store! Normally we recommend going to a food or treat that is a single animal protein (meaning it only contains one type of meat protein such as lamb) and the product should also be completely grain free. There are also vegetarian treat options that normally work for pet’s that have severe allergies.
Q: Cheryl Beardsworth: My senior cat who is 19 had arthritis is there anything (on the natural side of things) that I can get for her that will help with the stiffness and pain. Especially when it is about to rain?
A: We carry a variety of natural supplements to help with pet’s joints. We have a supplier where we get our pure glucosamine from, along with our other supplements, so your pet is getting a non-diluted natural product. The different powder products are sprinkled on top of the pet’s food and the dose is based on the pet’s weight. These supplements should be given once a day so the pet receives the maximum benefit from it.
Q: Kyla Kuffner Peterson: What is the appropriate age to switch a dog from puppy food to adult food?
A: Many people are under the impression that you must feed a puppy specific diet to their new addition and switch to adult later. The truth is that a good All Life Stage recipe is all your pet needs and you can feed this food all throughout their life! All life stage recipes meet both puppy and adult nutrient profiles as required by AAFCO. Many healthy pet food’s do not even make puppy formulas anymore, instead they just have a more dynamic feeding chart which outlines what to feed your puppy or adult. If we think of this logically with our own lives, we do not make special chicken for children at the supper table that adults can’t eat and if a pet was in the wild there is not a rabbit made specifically for puppies that adult dogs cannot eat. Always remember that feeding guidelines on pet foods are just a “guide” and that you should adjust the feeding levels based on your pet’s activity level and metabolism. If your pet is becoming over weight there is no need to switch foods, but simply adjust their calories by feeding less. If they are losing weight then bump up their feeding amounts.
Find them all on their listing in the Saskatoon Vets and Pets category they are your TRUSTED SASKATOON PET STORE!
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Trusted SASKATOON PET Experts for advice on Pets!
Here is their latest trusted Pet Tip on your Pets aging!
Many believe at the age of 7 pets become seniors, that however can be a myth. Most dogs become senior when they start acting senior which can be shown by the following symptoms: slowing down, becoming stiff, or gaining weight. Sometimes we do not see these signs until our dog is older than the age of 7.
When we notice these signs in our pet, we often think of switching them to a senior diet which is not completely necessary. Some senior diets contain lower calories and joint supplements added diet the food. Instead of changing foods you can start reducing feeding amounts if the dog is gaining weight after all it is just about regulating calories if someone is losing or gaining weight. Take a look at our own lives, Grandpa does not have any special meat prepared for his meals but he may eat smaller portions. If we notice the dog is becoming stiff, sore or is hesitant to do stairs, then adding a joint supplement into the diet is very common. Most people have heard that senior diets have joint supplements in the formula which may help improve their joint mobility but we need to look at the levels of the supplement included. The joint supplement levels are provided in mg/kg which means you have to feed 1kg to get the dose indicated. Many diets have levels of glucosamine around 500mg/kg that would require you to feed 1 kilogram (or 2.2lbs) of food in one day to get the 500 mg dosage. Therefore it is more efficient and beneficial to the pet to supplement a powder into their regular food to give a sufficient dosage which will help your pet with its joint problems.
We suggest adding in one of the many supplements that we carry which are pure and natural products. We carry joint supplements that have been scientifically proven to support the regeneration of damaged joint cartilage and joint fluid. A lot of the time, you only need to add in about an 1/8th of a teaspoon for the pet to get the recommended dosage, which is more cost effective, and allows the pet to start feeling better faster. Normally the cost of adding the supplement in separately only costs around $3-5 a month.