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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.

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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.

5 Easy Tips to Stop Dogs Digging Up & Getting Into Garden Beds

Colin Seal - Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Dogs digging up garden beds is no surprise. However, your dog destroying your garden can really be a disaster - imagine thousands of dollars spent on fancy plants, teared up by your pooch! So, we compiled 5 very useful tips to stop your dogs from digging up and getting into your garden beds, one of these is getting an awesome dog-proof fencing and having an effective dog-proof garden design. See the video below.

How Do I Keep my Dogs Out of Garden Beds?

 
 

The 5 Awesome Tips to Stop Dogs Digging Up & Getting Into Garden Beds

  1. 1. Dig Up the Root Cause of Why Your Dog Is Digging

  2. 2. Spice Things Up in the Garden or Make Your Garden Bitter

  3. 3. Install a Reliable Garden Dog Fence System

  4. 4. Pebbles Could Solve Garden Troubles

  5. 5. Create a Special Dog Digging Pit

5 easy tips to stop dogs digging up garden beds

Tip #1 to Stop Dogs Digging Up Garden Beds

Dog digging up garden bedsDig up the root cause of why your dog is digging. Sure, it is a dog’s nature to dig... but most often than not, there are other underlying factors that you need to be aware of, in order to help your dog quit the digging habit.

In most cases, you need to determine zdyour dog’s needs...

and most dogs dig because of the following common reasons:

  • • They are trying to find a cool spot

  • • They are extremely bored and need to release extra energy

  • • They are trying to escape

Determining your dog’s needs could be the spot on solution to your problem - if your dog often tries to find a cool spot to stay, you can get him/her a dog kennel and make sure to establish a safe and comfortable area for your dog.

Tip to stop your dog from digging up your garden bedAlso, if your dog lacks play time with you or walks at the park, he/she is most likely to dig. So, it is highly recommended that you get interactive dog toys or chews to stimulate your dog away from digging up your garden beds and eating your plants.

Now, if your dog always tries to escape… Tip # 3 would be the best solution.

Tip #2 to Stop Your Dogs from Eating Your Plants

Expensive garden bedsYou can spice things up in the garden... or make the whole garden bitter to help you stop your pooch from eating your plants.

No, your dogs won’t even try to eat anything in the garden - the smell is enough to keep them out of your garden beds.

How do you do it?

A vet, Dr. Susan Wright, shared these tips of keeping dogs out of garden with Gardening Know How.

To keep things naturally spicy in your garden - mix water with a hint of chili, add some mustard and crushed dried pepper. Spray this mixture in your garden beds and your dog will surely keep his/her snout away from your plants.

Tip to stop your dogs from eating your plantsTo make things aromatically bitter in the garden - use coffee and bitter citrus, these could be your new favourite natural dog deterrent! Plus, coffee grinds can be really good fertilizers. So, dissolve citrus or oranges on used coffee grinds and sprinkle these grinds in your garden beds.

Now, the pitfalls of these natural deterrents are wet and cold weather - if it rains, you’d have to apply the mixture or grinds in the garden beds again.

Tip #3 to Train Dogs to Stay Out of Garden Beds

Keep your dogs away from garden beds by installing a reliable Electric Dog Fence - this system is extremely helpful if you have a stubborn hound.

Invisible Dog Fence systems have been widely used to protect garden beds with well-thought, safe and clean garden beds and gates boundary wire layout.

However, you need to find the best groundskeeper system that you can trust. The system that you can rely to keep your dog out of the garden beds.

Now, take a look at the Pet Barrier Invisible Dog Fence Kit - this is the Electric Dog Fence that we highly recommend. The best Dog Containment System by far, in the market of Australia.

These unique features of the Pet Barrier will surely keep your dogs out of the garden:

  • • 3 Years Up to a Lifetime Warranty

  • • First-in-the-Industry Chew Warranty on the Collar

  • • Unique Coded Digital FM Radio Frequency

  • • Lightning and Surge Protection on the Power Supply

  • • Super Strong HDPe Coated Boundary Wire (20-year UV rating)

  • • Fast React Technology on the Receiver Collar - 1/8th of a second

  • • Easy Peasy Installation - No Need for an Electrician

Protecting Garden Beds: How Does the Invisible Dog Fence Work?

Your kit includes a transmitter - this is where  the radio signal comes from, the signal travels through the boundary wire that you will set around the garden beds.

Your dog’s receiver collar will react to the signal around the boundary wire - if your dog goes near the garden, he/she will hear a beeping tone as a warning from the collar, to back off from the garden.

If your dog continues to go near the garden, he/she will then receive a harmless static pulse to deter your dog away from the boundary. Don’t worry, these static corrections are safe and NOT painful... but they are annoying enough to keep your dog away from the garden beds.

Soon enough, your dog will be able to associate the static stimulations to getting near the garden or digging things up. Your dog will eventually quit such behaviours - effectively training your dog to stay out of the garden beds.

Garden Fence - Pet Barrier Invisible Dog Fence Features:

These are the feature details of Pet Barrier Invisible Dog Fence System that will help you protect your garden beds:

3 Years Up to a Lifetime Warranty

Each equipment in the kit is covered by a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty. Now, if you upgrade to premium receiver collars, you’ll get the collars covered by the lifetime warranty.

First-in-the-Industry Chew Warranty

All receiver collars of the Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence is covered by a Chew Warranty. Even though we all know that these collars are super TUFF, they are still covered by this unique guarantee since some dogs are just extreme chewers.

Unique Coded Digital FM Radio Frequency

Unlike any other Dog Fence systems, Pet Barrier is designed with a unique digital code on the transmitter - emitting the FM Radio Frequency that is uniquely recognised by the receiver collar.

This is to ensure that the radio signals will not bounce. So, your dog will not get zapped by the receiver collar for the wrong reasons. This is also to make sure that the system will not interfere with other electronics that use radio signals.

Power Supply with Lightning and Surge Protection

The power plug that comes in the kit is designed with a green earthing wire which helps direct any extra electric energy to the ground in case of power surges, usually from lightning strikes, to protect your transmitter.

This feature is very important and saves you more money BECAUSE it will cause you more than $250 just to replace a transmitter damaged by power fusions.

Tip to train your dogs to stay out of the garden

Super Strong Boundary Wire

The boundary wire of Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence is coated with High Density Polyethylene (HDPe) - this has been rated with 20 years of UV resistance. Inside the wire, is a 1mm 7 strand copper core. These features make the wire almost impossible to break.

So, you can just place the wire on the ground or hang it on your regular fence - it won’t easily break down in the sun. You can also bury it to the ground and not mind gardening around it.

Fast React Technology

The receiver collar is designed with the fast react technology - 1/8th of a second. This is to prevent dogs from running through the boundary, escaping and getting in the garden.

The collar will be able to immediately detect the radio signal from the wire and deliver the static correction to your dog as he/she pushes through in a quick manner.

Thus, no matter how fast your dog may seem to move, this feature effectively deters your dog away from the garden.

Easy Peasy Installation

Yes, you won’t ever need to call up an electrician just to install the Pet Barrier Invisible Dog Fence around your garden beds.

The kit includes an easy-to-follow installation guide, operation manual and comprehensive training guide. PLUS, we have a 7-Day Help Line that you can always reach if you have questions about the installation. Call 1 300 THE DOG. That’s 1-300-843-364.

Tip #4 to Stop Your Dogs from Digging Up Your Flower Beds

Tip to stop your dogs from digging up your flower bedsPebbles could solve your trouble with a dog digging up your flower beds. Scatter pebbles around your garden beds - most dogs do not like walking on pebbles since their paw pads will mostly get stuck.

However, you need to find pebbles that are just the right size so this technique will be effective in stopping your dogs from digging up your flower beds.

Tip #5 to Keep Your Dogs Out of the Garden

Creating a special dog digging pit is one of the clever techniques you could do to keep your pooch out of your garden.

Tip to keep your dogs out of the garden

If you have a spare area in your yard that you could willingly give to your dog as a playground, install a sandpit - this a fun alternative to digging up plants. You can hide odorous treats and toys in the pit for your dog to dig and enjoy.

Do not forget to reward your dog with more treats and attention if he/she digs up the right spot - away from your garden beds.

Do you have more clever tips that will help keep dogs out of garden beds or flower beds? Let us know!

Either way, share these very useful tips with your friends!





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