➤ Dog House Repair Month
➤ National Lost Pet Prevention Month
➤ National Craft for your Local Shelters Day
➤ National Mutt Day
➤ DOGust Universal Birthday for Shelter Dogs
➤ Work Like a Dog Day
Business Protecting Pets For 25 Years!
This year, The Canine Fence Company turns 25 years old and has proudly been protecting our best friends and making roadways a little safer place by keeping pets safe at home.
Lifetime dog lovers, Carol and Henry Hill who, founded the company were searching for a way to keep their own dogs safe at home when they heard about a revolutionary new product called “Invisible Fence” that was being field tested in their neighborhood. They looked into it and found that the product had been invented in 1973 by a Richard Peck, a fellow dog humanitarian, who worked with University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
From the 1st installation, which Carol and Henry did themselves for actor Paul Newman in Westport, to the more than 150,000 dogs they have protected over the last 25 years, they are committed to keeping pets happy, healthy and safe at home.
A Good Example Of The Company’s Involvement
The Canine Fence Company’s Invisible Fence Brand Pet Oxygen Mask Donation program began in March 2008 and has already donated over 206 pet oxygen mask kits to fire departments across the Northeast. The life-saving kits are designed specifically for animal resuscitation. It is estimated that more than 500,000 pets are affected by fire each year and as many as 40,000 perish, most succumbing to smoke inhalation.
Unlike human masks, the pet masks have a designed muzzle piece that delivers oxygen more consistently. For more information about animal recovery mask donation program, contact Tracy Scarfi, Donation Coordinator, at 800-818-3647 x131 or email@example.com.
Long Island Reptile Expo
More than 120 vendor tables. This will be Long Island’s largest reptile expo ever! Save up to 50% or more off of retail store prices! The Expo will be held at the Huntington Hilton Hotel, 598 Broad Hollow Rd. (Rt. 110), Melville, NY 11747 on Saturday, March 7, 10a.m. to 4p.m.