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A Celebration of Our Family's Loving, Honorable and Loyal Dog, Sheila!

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Yesterday was a day of great sorrow and celebration for our dog, Sheila.  At 16 years old, Sheila is not only, loving, loyal and there for us as a family, but also accomplished great things just by being here on earth.   Sheila has been an inspiration to our family pack; and I don't know if she ever realized what her presence did to impact other dogs and families.  She truly accomplished everything she came here to do, and so much more.  It is truly an honor to have been her friend, her family to be able to help her through to the next journey. We want to thank and appreciate a friend of ours Rebecca W. of BioTraceIT who has been a great part of the development, and a soon to be release PainTrace reading machine.  Because of this machine and her kindness to run the test for us, we were able to make a decision, and finally understand where our Shiela's pain was at... which was not good for even a human.  "I personally tested the machine myself to see what my baseline was

K9Compass & Double Dog Run VS. Other Dog Tie Out Systems: Price Comparisons, Weight Limits, Warranty and More!

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K9Compass & Double Dog Run VS. Other Dog Tie Outs Finding a portable, tangle-free, high-quality, strong dog tie out that could hold your dog securely is a feat in itself. Finding all of those qualities in one dog tie out AND a 2-Warranty would seem absurd.  But, have no fear!  Double Dog Run is Here!  ...and we can hold not just one dog, but two dogs; and keep them from getting tangled. Read:  Why are Double Dog Run Systems Best Dog Tie Outs? Things to Ask Yourself When Buying a Dog Tie Out System There are a ton of dog tie out stakes, dog tie out cable systems, dog trolleys, tangle-free dog tie outs and much more on the market for securing your dog. However there are some things to ask yourself first, such as:  Is the tie out made of solid, quality materials?   Is the dog tie out strong?   Is the dog tie out tangle-free?   Is there a warranty?  Is it easy to install?   Does it require tools? Is it portable?  We got on Google, again and began to price out so

3 Thing to Consider When Building a Fence For Dogs

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Building a Fence for Dogs?  There are some things to consider first... Dogs are amazing beings and each one is so unique that no one can really pinpoint the capabilities of an individual dog until they are challenged.  Keeping your dog secure is the most important thing for the dog's safety and your sanity. You really have to know your dog to know what is best. In this article we will discuss some things to consider in fencing your yard versus using a dog tie out system.  Let's face it, you could build a gorgeous fence and make it so that your digging dog won't be able to escape in that manner.   You finish your project and let the dog out, next thing you know... you didn't build it high enough!   Does this look familiar? When deciding on what to do with your dogs to best secure them at home, here are 3 Things to Consider When Building a Fence for Dogs:  Does your dog dig?   Digging is a big issue when you have a fence or just want to keep your yard loo

The Best Tangle Free Dog Tie Outs 2020 - What is the best tie out for a dog?

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What is the best tangle free dog tie out?   Double Dog Run tangle free dog tie out systems let one or two dogs  run in 360 degrees and can hold up to 800 lbs of pull force!   Tested to be the strongest dog tie out for large breed dogs, these two dog tie outs are manufactured in the USA and come with a warranty.   2020 is in and even though  DoubleDogRun.com has exactly what you need when it comes to tangle free and two dog tie outs - there is a problem:  you won't find us on any of the big lists... 😕 Why isn't double dog run on the big best dog tie out lists?   Let's face it, we are truly a small business who has veered away from the bigger markets such as Amazon, Walmart, Jet, etc.  for the past few years.  We took the time to investigate on google:    Did we make the list for "best dog tie outs for 2020?"   Or even for "best tangle free dog tie outs for 2020??" There are so many lists! ... And, we didn't make a single one!? 😟

How to Install the K9Compass Two Dog Tangle Free Tie Out Stake

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How do I install a tangle free two dog tie out?  Great question! We have the answer! The Double Dog Run K9Compass two dog tie out is a tangle free dog tie out system that allows two dogs to play on dog tie out cables and not get tangled. This two dog tangle free tie out holds up to 800 lbs of pull force and is quick to install.  Remember our tie outs are great for just one dog too! How to install the K9Compass Tangle Free Two Dog Tie Out: Pick a preferably level area to install your two dog tie out stake. Clear any debris our of the dog tie out area. Turn the dog tie out stake clockwise and drive into the ground until the base of the tie out stake is flush to the ground. Attach both tie out cables to the (same) upper-most link on the hardware. Check out our K9Compass Install Video on Youtube! Shop All Products Now! GET 10% OFF NOW! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR E-MAIL LIST. Home   |    Shop All   |    Videos    |    More Info    |   

Traditional Fence Vs. Electric Fence for Dogs - Price Comparisons and Things to Consider

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Compare Cost of Fencing VS. Electric Fencing In this article we will focus on cost, maintenance and more when it comes to Fences Vs. Electric Fences. To make it easy we created these tables to compare the cost to build and maintain a traditional fence; electric fence; versus  getting a dog tie out .  We also broke it down into types of fencing to make it easy.    Fencing Vs. Electric Fence Fencing options may vary in material used to build a traditional fence, or there could be additional on going expenses to consider when installing an electric fence. Lets compare Fencing and Electric Fence options for dogs. Things to First Consider When Building a Traditional Fence With fences, there is the installation time it takes, maintenance.  Additionally, there are many who cannot install a fence due to home owners' association rules, building / apartment rules, zoning rules.  All this should be researched before beginning to build anything. Another thing to consider is