How to Fence your Pet
A fully fenced area keeps your pet off the road and away from the risk of being hit by a car, wandering off, stolen by a stranger, or chasing livestock. There are lots of dangers that lie in store for unsupervised animals when they are running loose. People who love their animals do not want to let them get injured or killed.
A dog fence is an invisible fence that will give your pets freedom in your garden or property. As pet owners, it gives you peace of mind knowing your animal is not escaping, getting onto the roads. And it’s not just the roads which will be a safer place – farmers will be happier too. Properties that border farms with livestock generally use these containment fences to stop their dogs from escaping and entering farmers’ fields to chase and attack livestock.
The advantage of a wired pet fence is that it can be used for any shape of property, on any terrain. It can also include “no-go” areas, such as protection for your newly-planted flower beds, children’s play areas, fish ponds, water features or swimming pools.
With the PAC Fence and PAC Fence Mini range, you can give your dog the freedom to roam within a designated area. It's simple, find the right sized collar for your pet or pets, decide on an area you wish to contain in and follow our step-by-step easy DIY installation guide. As the dog nears the boundary wire the PACDOG collar gives a tone only pre-warning followed by tone & stimulus, the levels of stimulus automatically increase as the dog approaches the wire. Once the dog has had the stimulus a few times the tone alone will let him know he is nearing the boundary and he will stay away from it, keeping your dog close to home.