pet fence
contain a pet  Contain-A-Pet Electric Pet Fences
pet containment systems
"How To Keep Your Pet Healthy, Happy And Safe In Your Yard ... It's Easy And It's Guaranteed!"
dog training
Pet Fence - Home Electronic Pet Fence Products Dog Training and Dog Behavior Dog Fence and Dog Training Blogs Dealer Business Opportunity Contact Us  / FAQs
fence training

Pet Containment System: What Are Your Options?

A good pet containment system is essential for anyone that wants to keep their pet safe, happy and healthy. Most animals donít thrive when they are stuck in the house, but at the same time it can be difficult to keep them where they are supposed to be, where you know they are safe. Finding the happy medium between a safe pet and a healthy pet can be tricky, which is why you need a pet containment system.

A pet containment fence is just what it sounds like, a fence designed to keep your pet within a certain area. There are many ways to accomplish this, but not all of them are created equal. What you need to do is to find the system that works best for you and your pet, giving you maximum flexibility for the least cost.

For many years, the most common pet containment method was the chain. This applied mostly to dogs, since cats are notoriously hard to put on any kind of leash. This had the benefit of keeping the dogs where they were supposed to be, but that was small consolation compared to keeping a dog in tiny area with restricted movements, not a recipe for happiness in any species. If youíre still putting your dog on the chain, you need to check out one of the better options described in this article.

For cats, the most common method of pet containment is simply keeping them in the house and not letting them go outside. While this is nowhere near as cruel as keeping a dog on the chain, most cats would happier if they got to spend some time outside where they can chase birds and squirrels. This is also generally true of dogs that are kept in the house all the time, and this is not the best option for either species.

A better option than either keeping them in the house or on the chain all the time is an outdoor kennel. While these are generally pretty small, it does give them outside time in a way that doesnít restrict their movement too much. As a pet containment system, itís not the best available, but it is better than a tie out.

Another popular option is a fence, but while these allow the maximum space to romp and play for your pets, theyíre still not an ideal pet containment system. The problem is twofold; fences are expensive, and they donít necessarily keep your pet where you want them. Cats generally laugh at fences, and your average dog is basically Houdini in a fur coat.

The best pet containment systems that youíre going to find are electronic fences. Basically, wires are buried underground that signal a device on your petís collar that signals them to stop. This is cheaper, faster and it works.

The key to the electronic fence working is that it uses training and your petís psychology to keep them where they need to be. This is the most reliable way of keeping your pet where they need to be, and it gives them the most freedom and you the most peace of mind.

If you want to learn more about the best pet containment system available, then I recommend you check out Contain-A-Pet. All new dealers are certified animal trainers, so you know you will get the training you need to give your pet the freedom they want.



Or send for a free information packet by filling out the form below.

I would like the number of my local Contain-A-Pet Dealer

Email address:


City and State:

Phone number:

We value your privacy.  We will never share your information with anyone!

I would also like to subscribe to your FREE Contain-A-Pet newsletter loaded with tons of ready to use training and behavior tips, pet stories and other valuable nuggets that will improve our lives together.


Just 15 Minutes Now Can Change Your Lives For The Better!

certified quality site
dog trainer
pet containment
Home | Electric Pet Fence Products | Dog Training and Dog Behavior | Mission Statement
Dealer Business Opportunity | Dog Fence And Dog Training Blog | FAQ's | Contact
pet containment
© 2009 Dog Fencecat containment
cat containment