Posts Tagged ‘hidden fence’


Pet Barrier – Electronic Dog fences.

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Part 2- Training Your Dog- Innotek In-Ground Radio Fence – www.innotek.net [www.keepvid.com].flv

Tweet . acornpetco.com Containment Plus Remote Training Our Innotek Fence PLUS A Remote Trainer all in one! Quicker Training, Better dogs 2 distinct functions – Pet Containment and Remote Training Capabilities are incorporated into 1 great system using the same receiver collar for each function. Discover what a difference an in-ground fencing system can make. […]

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Training Your Dog- Innotek In-Ground Radio Fence – Part 1

Tweet . acornpetco.com Containment Plus Remote Training Our Innotek Fence PLUS A Remote Trainer all in one! Quicker Training, Better dogs 2 distinct functions – Pet Containment and Remote Training Capabilities are incorporated into 1 great system using the same receiver collar for each function. Discover what a difference an in-ground fencing system can make. […]

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PetSafe In-Ground Fence Planning and Installation

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PetSafe In-Ground Radio Fence Troubleshooting

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PetSafe Tales – Inside PetSafe

Tweet . Electronic Pet Fence systems utilize underground or above ground boundary wires and collars to safely contain pets. Your pet responds to the stimulation through 2 contact points on the Receiver Collar that touch your pet’s neck. When your dog or other pet approaches the boundary, the collar warns him or her with a […]

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Training Your Dog- PetSafe Containment System

Tweet . Electronic Pet Fence systems utilize underground or above ground boundary wires and collars to safely contain pets. Your pet responds to the stimulation through 2 contact points on the Receiver Collar that touch your pet’s neck. When your dog or other pet approaches the boundary, the collar warns him or her with a […]

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Invisible Fencing For Cats.flv

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Tweet . acornpetco.com Electronic Pet Fence systems utilize underground or above ground boundary wires and collars to safely contain pets. Your pet responds to the stimulation through 2 contact points on the Receiver Collar that touch your pet’s neck. When your dog or other pet approaches the boundary, the collar warns him or her with […]

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invisible vs hidden fence for dogs?

Tweet . i have a britney spaniel, a real runner, and i cant decide between getting my dog the invisible fence or hidden fence. someone please help. tell me everything you know and which kind you have and why you dont or do like it. thanks :] Other Dog Fence Sites Online Benefits of Using […]

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