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A wire that is buried carries a radio signal (harmless) around the designated boundary . Your dog(s) are fitted with a small receiver that is worn on the collar that picks up the signal transmitted by the boundary wire and gives a warning beep when the receiver is too close.

Stimulation has been used in dog training for over 40 years. The correction is strong enough to reinforce your dog’s good behavior, not to hurt him. The amount of correction can be adjusted so that a dog receives the appropriate level of stimulation for its size and personality.

These systems go by many names, dog fence, hidden pet fence, electric invisible fence, electronic dog fence, etc. However, all these systems run on radio signals. The transmitter emits a signal to the receiver on the dog’s collar, which then emits an audible warning to warn your dog when he gets too close to the boundary; followed by a mild correction, if he crosses into the designated signal field.

Yes! There is no limit to the number of dogs, and all receivers can be custom set for each dog contained.

Hidden pet fences tend to work best on dogs. Although we’ve installed system for cat owners in the past, we generally don’t recommend our systems for cats.

At K9Guard, we care about your dog as much as you do. Our high quality hidden pet fences will keep your dog away from dangerous areas and safe in your yard. K9Guard has over 20 years of success in containing dogs with hidden fences that are simple to use and highly effective.

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