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    Netty what brand is your Cont. Syst, we have a number of old units here that you can have if they will work.
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    Steve,

    It Kramar's Ultra Pet Containment System...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    Why not try what people do for foxes, but to keep her in not keep something out? The fence bent inwards if wire or use brackets and pieces of corrugated iron or perspex to overhang into the backyard so she can't get over the fence?

    Kind of like this:

    Your suggestion is kinda working out for me. Thanks for this AngelanBatty. What I like in this kind of fence is the use of "inward fence". A lot of people doesn't think of it that useful but still, for me, it is the best way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Netty View Post
    Steve,

    It Kramar's Ultra Pet Containment System...
    S: hmm never sold that brand, it may work on the same frequency as the Innotek units meaning you could use their collars, that would need to be checked though.

    S
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    Thanks Steve, so should I call Kramar to check???
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    You can or I would try Innotek as well. You will be able to use the wire with any system, but may need a collar and a base unit
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    you can always opt for a Glass Pool Fence, alto vista is an Australian company focusing on pool fence industry. They can help you design, plan and construct your glass pool fence assisting you with glass fence installation by providing you CAD drawings of your fence once your order is placed.

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    Thanks folks, for the time being i have been lent a dog run for her from a close friend whilst i consider my options.
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    I like the idea, but not the cost of this container fence, can you hire them from anywhere?

    About to move to a new home. Lots of expenses, and a containment system is not high on list of essentials.

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