May 25, 2024

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Why Wireless Dog Containment Systems are the Future of Pet Safety

As a pet owner, keeping your furry friend safe and contained can be challenging. Traditional fencing methods can be expensive and time-consuming to install and may not be suitable for all properties. Fortunately, wireless dog containment systems are a new and innovative solution to this problem.

A wireless dog containment system is a device that uses radio signals to create a boundary around a designated area. The system consists of a transmitter plugged into an electrical outlet and a receiver collar, which the dog wears. More advanced models such as the MB1 and MB2 have a rechargeable battery, so the transmitter can be used without plugging it in. The transmitter emits a radio signal, creating a circular boundary around the transmitter.

When the dog wearing the receiver collar approaches the boundary, the collar emits a warning tone. If the dog continues approaching the boundary, the collar will emit a mild static correction to deter the dog from crossing the border.

Wireless dog containment systems are easy to install and maintain. Unlike traditional fencing methods, which require digging and burying wires, wireless dog containment systems can be set up in minutes. They can also be moved easily if you need to change the boundary area. In addition, wireless dog containment systems are customisable, which means you can set the boundary area to suit your needs.

Furthermore, wireless dog containment systems provide freedom and safety for your dog. Unlike traditional fencing methods, which can be restrictive and confining, wireless dog containment systems allow your dog to move freely within the designated boundary area. They also do not require digging or burying wires, so they do not disturb the natural environment. They also do not require any chemicals or toxins, which can harm the environment and wildlife.

If you are looking for a trusted brand for a pet fence for your home, then Hidden Fence is for you. We have protected over a million cats and dogs in Australia from escaping or getting injured. Connect with us today by visiting or emailing to learn more about our solutions.