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Learn about the importance and features of  Radio Dog Fences and electric dog fences in keeping your dogs and cats safe within your property. Know how you can safely prevent dogs from escaping and possibly hurting themselves and know how you can stop your dogs from digging in your garden.

Dog Fences and types of fencing

Each dog is different and an escaping dog can get in to danger. Read our Blog posts to find out more about dog containment and contact us for a chat about getting the right electric dog fence to ensure your dog stays safe.

How do I find and Fix a Broken wire in my Electronic Invisible Dog Fence?

Colin Seal - Monday, January 16, 2017

How to Find a Broken Dog Fence wire. If the Dog Fence Transmitter is beeping, It means you have a broken wire somewhere around the invisible dog fence perimeter. You will need to locate the break in the wire and fix it. This review shows a series of steps to help you locate the break in the wire and perform the repair. 

Could not take my dog for a walk after the Radio Dog Fence was installed

Colin Seal - Tuesday, October 18, 2016

So we just finished training the dog NOT to go through the open gate – but then she absolutely refused to go for a walk (even though the collar was off) 

Sharleen's Dog Fence for no fence at the front

Colin Seal - Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Sharleen had NO Fence - and the risk of losing Princess was just unthinkable. A busy road out the front and a young adventurous dog - after 18 months we catch up for a chat.  

Dog Fence for a Dog Escape Artist

Colin Seal - Wednesday, February 24, 2016

If you have tried everything in keeping your stubborn dog from escaping your property and you are worried that the next time it happens that your dog will end up in the dog pound or be in an accident then we will try to help you out.  

Getting “the BEST wire” for your dog fence

Colin Seal - Thursday, November 20, 2014

Getting the “best” wire for your dog fence can spell SUCCESS in your training. A wire break almost always causes headaches on the dog owners like you. Once the wire breaks for whatever reason, you would have to go through a whole roll of inconvenience.  

Training with Invisible Dog Fence

Colin Seal - Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Boundary Training with Invisible Dog Fence
Ryan is a typical dog lover who grew up with his dog in the house. Being an only son; he has made his dogs his siblings; roommates and best friends. He had two golden retrievers; a breed known for its intelligence and eager to please attitude.  

Take Advantage of Indoor Dog Fences

Colin Seal - Monday, October 27, 2014

Indoor Dog Fences and how to use them to their full potential.
Indoor Dog Fences may not be mentioned quite frequently but they are very useful and are a far better choice than conventional solutions for everyday dog problems in the house.  

Cheap & Nasty Electronic Dog Fences

Colin Seal - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Risking your dog’s life with a cheap and low quality electronic dog fence.
Here at The Dog Line, we’re all for saving a little money in everything we purchase and offer you. However, this should never be the case when it comes to your dog’s safety inside your property. If you cheap out on an Electronic Dog Fence, you will be risking your dog shortly after using it.  

Electric Dog Fences in the Workplace

Colin Seal - Monday, August 04, 2014

Electronic Dog Fences can be used in any situation.
Steve and his dog Chief comes to work every day. Chief needed to be kept inside the premises because Steve works in an industrial area with a lot of trucks in the road. With the help of a Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence, Steve can now work upstairs without worrying about Chief.  

Bringing Your Dog to Work

Colin Seal - Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Take your dog to work and not getting into trouble because of it.
A lot of companies worldwide are allowing employees to bring their dogs to work. Some of them even give dogs positions in the company such as V.P of Canine Communications in P&G Pet Care. If you’re one of the lucky ones to have this opportunity, take advantage of its benefits while still maintaining etiquette and rules.  



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