The warm temperatures around our area turn many's people's thoughts to spring.
This morning, the owner of Dog Watch of Southeast Ohio was ready to shed his sweatshirt as he put in an invisible fence for a homeowner. He said the thawing of the ground allowed him to get a jump start on projects.
"Normally my busy season doesn't pick up until the end of February maybe the first of March," explained Mike Kinneer.
After Kinneer installed the invisible fence today, it allowed the home owner's dog a chance to enjoy the weather too.
"These fences allow the dogs to get outside and get some exercise," said Kinneer. "It allows the pet owner to have some freedom and let the dog out doors and know it's going to stay safe in the yard."
Kinneer expects business to pick up even more as spring approaches.