Animals are curious and have a natural desire to roam and explore. In our modern world, that can get them into trouble. A pet can venture into the road and get struck by a car, or it can wander off the property, get into a confrontation with a wild animal, and be seriously injured.
As a pet owner, you want to do everything you can to keep your four-legged family members out of harm’s way. You also want to keep them out of places where they might cause damage to your property or someone else’s.
A hidden fence can be an effective way to keep a dog from running into the road or digging up your garden, but the technology isn’t just useful for training canines. You might be surprised to learn that a wide array of other species can be contained and protected using DogWatch hidden fences.
Types of Animals That Can Be Trained with Hidden Fences
Cats are in danger whenever they leave the confines of a house. A DogWatch hidden fence can keep your cat in an area where it will be safe from cars and wild animals.
A wide assortment of other domesticated animals can be trained to respect boundaries. DogWatch dealers have even used hidden fences to train farm animals, such as pigs, goats, sheep, and chickens.
In some cases, training methods have to be modified to suit different species’ learning styles. For a large animal, such as a pig, a trainer might have to use a larger collar or connect two standard-size collars to create one that can fit around the animal’s neck.
A DogWatch Hidden Fence Can Keep All Your Pets Safe
If you have two or more pets of different species, we can install a hidden fence that will protect all your animal companions and give you peace of mind. We can create one boundary line that will keep your pets out of the places where you don’t want them to go, such as the road, nearby woods, your garden, or your neighbor’s yard. You’ll be able to give your pets the freedom they want and need, set clear boundaries to keep them safe, and eliminate worries.
If you would like to have an outdoor hidden fence installed on your property, contact us to request an estimate. We can also answer any questions you might have about how our fences work and how we train animals to respect boundaries.