Keep pets in their yard with wireless system

  • By Kathy Von Mullekom Daily Press (Newport News, Va.)
  • Tuesday, August 28, 2012 10:45pm
  • Life

Pet owners are always worried that Fido or Fluffy can get into something dangerous in the yard or even indoors.

PetFree, a mobile wireless system, trains pets to avoid areas of the home or yard where they can get into trouble.

PetFree is professionally installed by Invisible Fence Brand experts, who also introduce the system to pets and provide customized, professional training.

Pet owners can adjust the system to keep pets up to 6 feet away from designated “pet free zones,” establishing safe pet-friendly zones anywhere in the yard or home.

Pets can find trouble in a number of places, indoors or outdoors. Trash cans, litter boxes, baby rooms, expensive furniture, dining rooms and kitchen counters are just some of the areas a PetFree system can protect indoors, according to the company.

Outdoors, PetFree can be used to keep pets out of gardens. This not only keeps the landscape intact, but it also protects pets from eating toxic plants and from exposure to poisonous products including pesticides and fertilizer.

The wireless systems do not require installation of fencing or barricades, allowing homes, offices and yards to remain visually unchanged.

PetFree indoor and outdoor solutions are sold and installed by certified Invisible Fence brand dealers.

For more information, go to www.staydog.net.

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