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Your product is excellent and it keeps my dog’s house heated at just the right temperature, despite the -25 temperatures that are a regular part of winter in Winnipeg. This gives me peace of mind to know that my dog is warm, yet not overheated despite the outside cold. I’m glad to have it, and consider it a necessity for any dog owner who has a full time outside dog.
- Dan Leveille

I would be happy to give a testimonial
Just to let you know, I am a returning customer with five small, short-haired dogs who all turn up their noses at the cold Wyoming winters thanks to our homemade double insulated doghouses and your wonderful hound heaters. I tell everyone I possibly can about the hound heaters and about how my dogs rarely have to spend a day inside in the winter (they are all of the terrier persuasion and being cooped up inside is like the worst punishment to them). On one of the coldest days last winter, it was 18 below with a wind chill and all of the dogs were in the house. I decided to go out and check the temperature in our lightest built doghouse with the oldest Hound Heater version and was amazed to see that it was 55 degrees inside it! No wonder they want to be let out all the time.
Thanks for such a great product and for the wonderful ceramic heat emitters.
- Heather Arambel

Hound Heaters are the greatest thing since sliced bread
It was 13 degrees this morn out here in the Columbia Gorge area of Wa. state and I got to say that all 4 of my hound heaters worked just great. I have 2 old style and 2 new ones and all worked great. I have 4 shelters all double wall plywood with 2″ styrafoam insulation all 4 sides and all 4 were just as warm this morning as when it is 25-30 degrees outside. I could have slept in any one of my shelters my ownself and done just fine. LOL. I gotta’ tell ya’ that as far as I am concerned the hound heaters are the greatest thing since sliced bread. A wonderful product that lives up to it’s reputation.
- Carl Rhone

Obedience Training

Before beginning your dog's training with dog training collars it is critical that your dog understand and be able to Come, Go, and Stop/Stay on your command.  Check out this video to learn how to train your dog to Come.  Then go have some fun getting your dog ready for training with a remote dog training collar.   

Before beginning your training with dog training collars there are three commands that your dog should be able to carry out with some degree of consistency.  They are Come, Go, and Stop/Stay.  The following link will show you how to train your dog to Go to a spot.  Enjoy the video, and have a blast teaching your dog to go to a spot as you prepare him for training with a remote dog training collar.

There are three commands your dog should be able to perform before you start training with a remote dog training collar or e-collar. These commands are Come, Go, and Stop/Stay.  This video will provide pointers for helping your dog master the Stop/Stay command.  When your dog has command of Come, Go, and Stop/Stay, you are both ready to take the next step, using dog training collars.