Newtown, Connecticut

Keep Your Farm Dog Safe and Sound with an Invisible Fence Installation March 29, 2016

Newtown, Fairfield County
Keep Your Farm Dog Safe and Sound with an Invisible Fence Installation, Newtown, Connecticut

If you’re looking for a reliable pet containment solution, put your trust in Invisible Fence of Newtown in Connecticut, dealers of a pioneering electronic fencing technology that began over 40 years ago. With a humane approach approved by veterinarians, trainers and behaviorists, Invisible Fence of Newtown can install and implement this painless boundary around your home or yard. Aside from suburban household pets, some of the most viable candidates for invisible fences are farm dogs. Although they benefit their owners by roaming around large properties, they are easily susceptible to getting lost if no boundary is in place.

To install an invisible fence system on your farm, a wire is set in the ground at the rim of your property and activated with a radio signal sent by a transmitter in your house. Invisible fencing on a large farm is especially cost effective, as a traditional dog fence requires expensive physical material that can add up on a multi-acre property. The radio signal in the boundary is also recognized by a computer collar that sets off an audible warning when your pet has reached its limit. 

Aside from monitoring the boundary, it also has the potential to allow your farm dog exclusive access to its pet door—that way, strays are kept out and indoor cats stay safe inside. Through training, your farm dog will learn to respect these signals as absolute through a customized static correction, which can be equated to the sensation of running your hand over a TV screen. Each collar’s correction signal is personalized to the pet it controls, and it can be modified based on your companion’s personality

Through their Personalization Expertise Training (PET), the Invisible Fence technicians will work one-on-one with each customer to determine a specialized safety plan for your farm. More than just the fence around your property, this includes the placement of deterrents in specific areas of your farm and home that you don’t want your pets treading on—such as gardens, trash cans, countertops or furniture. An invisible fence installation not only protects your farm dog from escaping, it can help them stay out of chicken coops, ponds, and hazardous machinery storage.

As a pet owner, the safety of your animal is a top priority. With a farm dog, you risk losing a hard worker, as well as a best friend. Contact Invisible Fence of Newtown at (888) 429-2421 or visit their website now to find out how you can make their space more secure.

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