Dog Containment Fences
Electric Dog Fences
Discover safe and easy-to-use invisible pet fences
If you have an active dog who loves to run around, then you know how difficult it is to make sure they don’t wander too far. Dog containment fences are an effective and humane way to control your dog’s whereabouts with minimal intervention.
DogMaster Trainers stock a wide range of invisible pet fences, plus other corrective and training devices, such as bark control collars and GPS tracking collars. If you would like help setting up your invisible fence or more information about our product range, feel free to contact us at 1800 300 364.
How do dog containment fences work?
There are usually three components of an invisible dog fence that work together to keep your dog inside designated areas — the transmitter box, an insulated copper wire and the receiver collar. When your dog approaches the fence line, the transmitter emits a radio signal carried by the copper wire and activates your dog’s collar by producing a harmless static pulse to prevent them from moving closer.
Are invisible pet fences safe for dogs?
Yes, invisible pet fences are safe for your dog or cat. The type of behavioural correction an animal receives when they approach a boundary line is a harmless static pulse, similar to a carpet shock.
What are the benefits of using a dog or cat containment fence?
Our range of invisible fences for cats and dogs is a great solution for owners living on a large property with no enclosed areas. Installing an invisible pet fence is a great way for your pet to get in their daily physical exercise without supervision. It can also prevent them from getting lost and is a humane way of correcting their behaviour.
How do I choose the right invisible pet fence for my property?
Choosing the right invisible fence will come down to a few factors. Ensure you check the recommended breeds and weight for the fences and that the maximum range is suitable for your property. You’ll also need to consider whether you want add-ons in your containment fence kits, such as training flags or extra wiring to expand the coverage range.