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Hidden Wire Containment System

Hidden Wire Containment System

is an effective invisible barrier to keep your pets inside the property.

RRP – $289


3 in stock (can be backordered)

3 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU Hidden fence Category

Product Description

Meet our underground wire dog containment fence.


You can customize the layout and design of the wire boundary, which acts as a safe, invisible fence to restrict your dog from certain areas. This can prevent your dog from running onto the road, digging up your veggies or escaping the year. The system is expandable up to 3 dogs, and up to 10 acres with additional wire and flags.

This pack has 300 meters of wire and 1 collar.


As your dog approaches the boundary wire, the collar will let out a warning tone. If the dog continues to approach, the collar will start with a gradual static shock which increases as the dog approaches the boundary.


We are Australian-owned! Our wire is stronger than other electric dog fence wire.

We provide heavy-duty, extra-thick 1mm single core copper wire (not the standard 0.6mm wire). Most of all, the wire does not have to be buried to prevent damage. We have tested it in all Australian climate conditions for durability and reliability.


The wire serves as an antenna, picks up signals from the transmitter and sends them to the dog’s collar-receiver. Even stubborn or hard-to-train dogs will very quickly learn the difference between “safe” areas and “out of bounds” areas.


The adjustable collar-receiver is weatherproof (IPX4 Rated), safe and fits small to medium dogs (neck size 25cm-55cm). The collar comes with an easy-to-use receiver with variable field-width control. It’s safe, painless and humane. There is a low- battery LED indicator to let you know when to recharge the battery using a USB charger or the transmitter box.


Area to Fence Amount of Wire Needed
1/3 Acre 150 metres
1/2 Acre 200 metres
1 Acre 300 metres
2 Acres 400 metres
3 Acres 450 metres
4 Acres 500 metres
10 Acres 600 metres


For best results, follow these important rules:

  • The system is intended for use only on dogs more than six months old and over 6kg.
  • A low battery may cause intermittent operation.
  • Allow your dog to get used to the collar before you begin training.
  • DO NOT leave the collar on your dog for more than 12 hours per day.
  • NEVER perform set-up procedures when the collar is on your dog.
  • A dog collar should only be used under close supervision by the dogs owner.
  • This system should not be used to contain your dog on a full time basis.
  • Read all instructions before using this product.
  • Please check laws within your State regarding the use of an electronic pet containment system.



1. Laying out the System / Basic Planning Tips:

  • The boundary wire must make a continuous loop back to the transmitter.
  • Make a layout that is suitable for your yard. Sample layouts are provided.
  • Always round the corners of your boundary with the wire. Sharp corners will distort the signal.
  • Use a double loop layout to contain your pet on one side of your home.
    (Refer to Double Loop diagrams 1& 4 over the page)
  • When installing a double loop, the wire must be spaced three to five feet apart to avoid canceling the signal.
  • The transmitter will transmit a signal from approximately half a metre to 3 metres on either side of the boundary wire. Be sure to leave enough area so that your dog can move about freely within the safe area boundaries.

2. Install your system

  • Locate the transmitter
  • Layout the boundary wire
  • Connecting wire to the transmitter
  • Splicing the wire if you need more than 150 metres of wire
  • Test the boundary
  • Burying the wire
  • Crossing hard surfaces:
  • Set the boundary width
  • Testing the receiver


3. Place collar on your dog correctly

With your dog standing (not sitting) place the receiver on your dog’s neck, make sure it is positioned where the two contact points are touching your dog’s skin. If your dog’s hair is so thick that it keeps the contact points from touching your dog’s skin, you might want to use the longer contact points that are supplied with your system.

4. Training your dog for 2 weeks

  1. Place the collar on your dog’s neck and allow your dog to run around the yard while the transmitter is unplugged from the wall, so your dog can grow comfortable with wearing the new collar.
  2. Train up to 3 times a day in sessions of 10 to 15 minutes for good results.Make sure that the flags are positioned where the tone begins (not directly on the boundary wire).
  3. Place the collar receiver on your dog with the dog’s regular collar attached to a leash.
  4. Walk your dog towards the boundary line like you’re taking the dog for a walk. Upon hearing the collar beep at the flag line, retreat your dog back a few metres. When doing this, reward your dog and make it appear that it’s a game. Making it fun and positive for the dog will speed the learning process.
  5. Repeat step 4 until your dog retreats without guidance.
  6. After your dog has mastered retreating from the tone & the flags, it is time to give your dog a correction. Keep the leash on your dog and run towards the boundary line, making sure that you and your dog go into the field far and long enough to receive a correction.
  7. When the correction is felt by your dog retreat back into the yard where your dog knows that it is safe. You will only get one shot at this each session. Watch for signs of your dog lunging forward to try to break through the boundary system. If your dog does this, repeat the above steps until your dog runs back to the safe area on its own. The Dog is not to be released in the yard unattended until all steps of the training are complete & the dog is respecting the boundary consistently without assistance.

Fence proofing


Additional Information

3 in stock (can be backordered)

Additional information

Weight 3 kg

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