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Pet containment brands

Pet Containment System Brands

There are many brands of electronic pet containment systems and a lot of choices for where you can purchase them. You can find these systems in your local pet shop, large chain stores, or wholesale pet supplies outlets. Some large department stores that have pet departments will also carry these. Your veterinarian may be able to recommend a dealer, or you can purchase one over the internet from various pet supplies dealers. Some of the better known brands are sold worldwide, and include:

– Innotek is one of the best known brands of electronic pet containment systems. It carries both wired and wireless systems, as well as online and downloadable training and installation instructions, and accessories, including extra collars.
– PetSafe’s Radio Fence Pet Containment Systems provide your pet with freedom and safety while costing thousands less than conventional fencing. It’s quick and easy to install, (comes with a training and installation video tape), reliable and safe, and with proper training, a very effective solution… This company also makes both wired and wireless systems, for indoor and outdoor use and additional products include accessories, extra wire and batteries.

Other brands are sold under names such as Havahart, Invisible Fence, Dog Watch, Pet Stop, Dog Guard, Dogtra, etc.

Pet containment wired and wireless systems range from moderately expensive “do-it-yourself packages” to very expensive systems complete with trainers who teach the dog the boundaries of the system and monitors to signal a power failure.

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