Invisible Fence® Brand: Changing the Way People Live with Their Pets Since 1973

When it comes to improving the lives of pets and their people, it’s never a job – it’s a labor of love. Invisible Fence pioneered the pet containment industry more than 45 years ago and continues to lead the industry decades later. We’ve grown to over 289 dealerships across 7 countries. Every member of the Invisible Fence family pledges to uphold our original vision to improve the way people live with their pets.

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Over 3 Million Pets Protected Inside the Boundary

Our team of Pet Consultants, Trainers and Technicians have helped thousands of families feel confident in their pets’ security, by tailoring solutions to each family. Whether they need to protect their pets inside or out, our certified pet trainers get to know each pet and create custom training that has been approved by veterinarians and animal behaviorists.

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By creating an environment where people are happy to be at work - there is no limit to what can be accomplished! People will amaze you with their development, accomplishments, and creativity. It’s exciting to be a part of the journey.

- Angela Shreve, Invisible Fence® Brand Director of Operational Excellence

Project Breathe™ Program Save Lives

Since we created the first pet fence in 1973, Invisible Fence® Brand has remained committed to saving the lives of pets. Our innovations not only help keep pets happy and safe in their yards, but also safe from other hazards like house fires. Although the U.S. Fire Administration doesn’t keep an official statistic, industry sources estimate 40,000 to 150,000 pets die each year in fires. Most succumb to smoke inhalation. In most states, emergency responders lack the equipment to resuscitate and save pets.

That’s why Invisible Fence® created Project Breathe—a pet oxygen mask donation program designed to provide oxygen mask kits to fire departments and other first responders. Each kit includes a small, medium, and large mask; fire departments are eligible to receive one kit per station.

So far, the program has saved at least 201 pets from fire and smoke inhalation from the over 25,170 masks that have been donated.

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