About the Dealer

How David Acree went from stockbroker to

dog fence

dealer…

In the late 1980's,

DogWatch of Burlington County

dealer, David Acree, was a stockbroker with a prestigious Philadelphia investment firm. Having a conscience and sensing a looming recession, he was understandably reluctant to aggressively promote investments at a time of growing risk. The answer? Start a small business on the side doing something you love, landscaping in this case, until the economic climate improved and the Wall Street career could take off again. A funny thing happens once you get a taste of doing what you love. You never go back to a career just for the money. A dedicated small businessman was born. The only drawback to landscaping is what to do with your time in the winter. Fortunately, during that very first winter, a front-page article in the "Wall Street Journal" discussed businesses that were booming in the recession that had arrived. The very first business they discussed was

DogWatch Hidden Fence

. Here was a business meeting great dogs and their families and instantly making their lives better by installing a

pet fence

. Talk about a business doing something you love!

Twenty years ago, your

DogWatch dealer

Dave came to a fork in the road. One path lead down the fast paced, high pressure world of high finance, the other led to a slower paced world of making beautiful gardens and playing with dogs. The decision was easy.

To work with an honest company that cares about the safety of your pets and family members, call (609) 953-7007.

Invisible Fence - Burlington County



DogWatch of Burlington County proudly serves the following New Jersey communities and those in between: Evesham, Marlton, Medford, Medford Lakes, Shamong, Tabernacle, Woodland Twp., Southampton, Mt. Laurel, Moorestown, Hainesport, Lumberton, Mt. Holly, Pemberton, Cinnaminson, Palmyra, Maple Shade, Riverton, Riverside, Delran, Delanco, Beverly, Edgewater Park, Willingboro, Westampton, Eastampton, Springfield Twp., Columbus, Wrightstown, New Hanover, North Hanover, Chesterfield, Bordentown, Fieldsboro, Florence, Burlington Twp., Burlington City.