DOG GUARD® Out of Sight Fencing
DOG GUARD® Out of Sight Fencing utilizes a digital radio signal to keep your dog within selected boundaries. By placing a thin wire underground, our professional installation team creates the safety perimeter designed by you and your local DOG GUARD® representative.
A comfortable collar containing a small receiver is worn around your dog’s neck. This receiver works with the radio signal – which emits an appropriate stimulus level as your dog approaches the barrier. If your dog continues to advance, a second field produces maximum correction to prevent escape.
Because each installation is customized, you define the boundaries. We’ll work with you to protect your pet from driveways, pools, and other dangerous areas. Our system can also protect your flowerbeds, shrubs or other areas from your playful pet.
Reliable products. Guaranteed service. That’s the DOG GUARD® promise.
At DOG GUARD®, we believe our products and services are the best on the market. Our transmitters and receivers are so well made and reliable that we offer a lifetime warranty on the equipment.
We want you to feel secure that you have chosen the best product and service possible. That’s why DOG GUARD® provides a 30-day unconditional money back guarantee, valid from the purchase date of your equipment.
DOG GUARD® Out-of-Sight Fencing® is a safe, affordable alternative to traditional pet fences, and uses a veterinarian-approved combination of animal training and state-of-the art electronics to safely train your pet where it can and cannot go.
How a DOG GUARD® Out-of-Sight Fencing® System Works
After your signal wire is buried to define the area(s) of containment, boundary flags are setup within the perimeter of the signal wire. During the early days of training, you walk your leashed dog around the inside perimeter of your pet containment area, and verbal commands are used to train your pet to avoid the boundary flags. After your system is activated, when your pet enters the reminder zone, 3 to 6 feet from the signal wire, they receive your choice of an audio signal or a mild correction stimulus, warning that they are approaching the boundary.