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Keeping cats out

Cats are notoriously difficult to keep out but, depending on the layout of your garden, there are some fairly successful things you can try;

Adding electric strands to existing fences

If your garden is already fenced in solid panelling then you can add wires to the top of the fence (as long as it is your fence!), you may need an earth and a live wire depending on how the fence has been installed. For help and advice on this type of fence please contact us on 08445 616027 or e-mail.

Using SnailAway tape

SnailAway tape has been tested for use with small energisers and can be stuck to the top of fences or walls, it already has a live and an earth running through it so is simple to use.

Electric netting

If you would like to keep cats off of vegetable patches or flower beds then it may be worth considering electrified netting, this will only be successful where the cat cannot climb on anything to jump over the fence.

If you don’t think that any of these solutions are suitable for your garden – don’t despair! Please contact us by telephone 08445 616027 or e-mail us and we will try to find the best solution for you.

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Keeping cats in

You can use any of the above methods to keep your cats in your garden. We also work closely with an agent who supplies

Cat Containment Systems

These work with an ‘invisible’ fence and collar. When the cat approaches the wire (buried in the ground or woven through a fence/hedge) it hears a warning noise and then if it carries on it feels a small correction in the collar. The collars are fully adjustable in both size and correction level. If you would like to know more about these fences please see our products page or e-mail or call us on 08445 616027 and we will forward your enquiry to our agent. (Please note that by doing this you are agreeing to your details being forwarded to a third party)

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Keeping dogs in

There are probably as many ways to keep dogs in as there are dogs! I will mention the main ones here but if you are looking for something else then please call on 08445 616027 or e-mail us for further advice.

If your dog is trying to dig under an existing fence then try adding some

Stand-off insulators

These can be screwed into existing fences at a height that prevents the dog form getting close enough to the bottom of the fence to dig. Then just add some poly-wire and a small energiser.

If you would like to keep your dogs in a particular part of your garden try

Garden posts

Plastic posts come in a variety of sizes from 73cm high garden posts to 1.5m high horse posts, so there is bound to be something to suit most dogs! Extremely easy to install and move, just add poly-wire to the built in insulators at heights to suit your dog/s and power with a small mains or battery energiser. Alternatively you could use

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Electrified netting

Depending on the height of your dog and its ability to jump you could go for rabbit or poultry netting.

You can use any of the above methods to keep your dogs in your garden. We also work closely with an agent who supplies

Dog Containment Systems

These work with an ‘invisible’ fence and collar. When the dog approaches the wire (buried in the ground or woven through a fence/hedge) it hears a warning noise and then if it carries on it feels a small correction in the collar.  If you would like to know more about these fences please see our products page or e-mail or call us on 08445 616027 and we will forward your enquiry to our agent. (Please note that by doing this you are agreeing to your details being forwarded to a third party).

Keeping dogs out

If you need to keep dogs out of a particular area then please see the garden post and electrified netting sections above. If you need any help or advice then please call us on 08445 616027 or e-mail us.

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