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We absolutely Love our Invisible Fence® Brand system! We have 3 acres in Oceanside, California enclosed in Invisible Fence® Brand and have felt safe with no problems, since day one.  Our Labradors Love their freedom and so do We.  We feel we have happier, safer, healthier, well-mannered dogs since installing the fence.  We cannot thank you enough, except to say that We will tell anyone that has a pet to get Invisible Fence® Brand.!

–The Levinson's (Indo, Nesia & Suki)


Invisible Fence® Brand - featured dog breeds

French Bulldog

French Bulldogs make one of the best companion dogs in the world. They are small, easy to handle and are generally well behaved around new people and other animals. Frenchies have a reputation for being mischievous and clownish, stealing attention whenever and wherever possible. This little dog adores people and craves constant attention and companionship.

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Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retrievers have energy to spare and are not well suited for couch potatoes. They are also rather large and clumsy, so apartments are not the best living arrangements for this breed. Homes with yards and lots of room to romp are the most ideal setting to raise a Lab. Walking a Lab is a good start for daily exercise, but a simple stroll around the block is not going to fulfill their daily exercise requirement.

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Boxers may look like imposing figures from afar, but up close and personal they are playful and loving family companions. Often dubbed the Peter Pan of dogs, Boxers are highly energetic, and as they grow into adulthood, they never lose the desire to romp and play like a puppy. Perpetual cuddle bugs, Boxers will try to wriggle into even the smallest spaces possible to get close to the ones they love.

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German Shepherd

German Shepherds can be as energetic as they are large, although they should be of even disposition and unflappable, with a restrained, composed and confident temperament. They should be patient, attentive, faithful and determined. They can be bold but should not be unnecessarily aggressive. They do not require an enormous amount of daily exercise, but they certainly are not the ideal breed for apartment dwellers or people who live alone and work long hours.

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