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Garden Dog Fence Kit

Protect Garden Beds with a Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence

An easy and effective solution to keep a dog out of a garden bed is to use a Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence. An Electric dog collar for garden beds can create a radio barrier around a garden bed to act as an invisible dog fence. Dogs can easily destroy gardens or ruin reticulation and a traditional dog fence may not do the job and replacing gardens is very expensive.


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Not all Radio Dog Fences will do Small Areas to Keep Dogs out of Garden Beds

When thinking about fences to keep a dog off a garden bed, you need to remember it is a very small area. A garden bed is a small area which may cause problems with radio signal transmission and interference. Not all electric dog fences are able to cover a small area such as this.

Radio signals can bounce around and jump across the property if the transmitter is too big for a small area. The Groundskeeper has been designed to do small and detailed areas and is great garden fencing to keep dogs out.


How to Keep the Dog off the Garden - How it Works

To keep a dog out of a garden, we offer you the Pet Barrier Electric Dog Fence for garden beds. Laying out your plan is simple and we even include sample layouts to give you a good feel of how it works. The way it works is the FM Dog Fence transmitter emits a radio signal through the wire creating an invisible barrier.

Dog Fence Layout 1         Dog Fence Layout 2

The Dog Fence Collar for Gardens- What does it Do?

The receiver collar on the dog then picks up the signal when your dog walks near it, sends out a warning then a slight static pulse that will deter the dog from the garden bed. With a little bit of training, your dog will understand the warning and the stimulation in no time and will be great garden fencing to keep dogs out.

Installing an Electric Dog Fence for Garden Beds - Where and How?

Keep dogs away from the garden by installing an Electric Dog Fence around the edge of your Garden Bed. You’ll be able to protect it from your dog digging or ruining your plants. This is a long term solution that is cheaper than traditional ones and takes less effort in installing.

What’s in the Dog Fence Kit for Gardens?

If you like to DIY dog fence, installation shouldn't be a problem at all. We also include an Owner’s Manual to help you with how all the components work and how to operate the system, an Installation Guide so you can install the whole kit by yourself and a Step by Step dog Training Guide so you can teach your dog how to stay away from the garden bed. You can also call our 7 Day Helpline to ask for help and we can give you a specific answer to your problem. Just call 1300 THE DOG (1300 843 364).

The Components for a Good Garden Bed Dog Fence

You can start installing by mounting the transmitter indoors and preferably near a power outlet. Then, run the wire around your garden beds to keep the dog off – in your case, around the edge of your garden. Run the wire back to the transmitter and attach both ends to it, creating a loop. See our dog fence designs here.

When you turn the transmitter on, the signal will run through the wire and back to the transmitter. The signal will then emit from the wire to all directions. You can adjust the signal width on the transmitter itself if you need a wider invisible barrier. The stronger the signal, the wider the fence to keep your dog out of the garden.

What does the Dog Feel?

The Receiver Collar is what you put on your dog that delivers the static pulse. Whenever your dog comes near the signal field, a warning beep is activated. If your dog keeps walking into the barrier, a static pulse is delivered and stops the dog from going further into your garden bed. You can set the level of stimulation to suit your dog’s personality and training level. Training is required for optimum results and to ensure that the garden fence is dog proof.

The Best Features in the Pet Barrier for Garden Fencing to keep Dogs Out

Our Dog Fence for garden kit has unique features to ensure long life and complete care f your dog.

3 Years to Lifetime Warranty

All equipment is covered by a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty. The premium receiver collars get a lifetime warranty.

Unique FM Radio Frequency

Will not interfere with your household electronics and the dog i will not be affected by other radio signals or ‘false corrections’.

Surge Protected Power Supply

Surges to the transmitter cause costly damage - our warranty covers breakdown due to lightning and surge damage.

Dog Fence Wire for Gardens, HDPE Wire - 20 Year UV Rating

Strong dog fence wire for your dog free garden. 1mm 7 strand copper core. See our wire video here.

The Receiver Collar

Available in 2 different sizes, with extra long life battery (up to 2 years) Fully waterproof and submersible. Three year or upgraded Collar for a lifetime warranty. The warranty includes Dog Chews so it is tough and will keep dogs out of gardens for years.

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    Colin Seal - Monday, May 12, 2014

    Some pros and cons of both Traditional Visible Fences and Electronic Dog Fences.
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