Current Customers:   Shop Online  |  Customer Support  
How Our
Brand Works

The path to happier pets and a happier you starts here!

Click to Find out

More Happy Tails

Hi, Tom & Angie. 

I’m really glad that I met you at Rescuefest because I am so happy with the system you installed for our new pup.   

I had installed a similar product myself at my previous residence and it was such a disappointment.  In addition to spending hours trying to install the system myself, I struggled with getting my dog to properly acclimate to the system and ended up not using it at all.  So all that time and money was a frustrating waste. 

Your technician did a great job with a tricky installation in our backyard (with a pool, a lake, and big oak trees with big roots).  My dog responded quickly to the training techniques and seemed to be fully trained after only 2-3 corrections.  When your technician came back out for the second training session, it was evident that my dog was fully trained and the system had worked perfectly.  It is so nice to allow my dog to run freely around the back yard with no concern about her wandering off or chasing dogs/cats outside of our property. 

The money spent was well worth it, so feel free to use my testimonial to share with others that are considering Invisible Fence® Brand versus a competing product or method. 

Stan & Jennifer Pelz

Read More Happy Tails

In The News > Giving Back > Project Breathe > Dog rescued from fire

2/19/2013 - Town of Caledon Better Prepared to Handle Pet-Related Emergencies

The donation is part of "Project Breathe" by Invisible Fence® Brand which aims to equip every fire station in Canada, the United States and the U.K with pet oxygen masks.

Dog rescued from fire


He said the family thought the dog had died in the fire, and were thrilled to hear it was recovering after being rescued.

An Oro-Medonte family has reunited with its black Laborador retriever after the dog was rescued from a fire Wednesday morning.

A Line 9 South neighbour called 911 after spotting smoke coming from the eaves trough of a nearby house.

Oro-Medonte fire chief Hugh Murray said the call came at 9:25 a.m. and the house was fully involved when crews arrived.

No one was home at the time, but firefighters soon realized there was a dog in the home.

“We put on a pet oxygen mask and the neighbour then ran the dog up to the vet at the end of the road,” said Murray.

He said the family thought the dog had died in the fire, and were thrilled to hear it was recovering after being rescued.

Murray said this is the first time the department has made use of its pet masks, which were donated last year by Invisible Fence® Brand.

Barrie’s fire department received 10 pet oxygen masks earlier this week.

Murray said the cause of the fire was still under investigation.

Approximately 30 firefighters helped put the blaze out, using pumper trucks to transport water to the scene.

The home is located between Ridge Road and Highway 11, and Murray said cost of the damage is more than a half million dollars.



Get a quote from
your local expert