Containment System Layouts Made Easy

Find The Best Layout To suit Your Containment System Here are a few different containment system layouts that we have put togther as one of the most common questions we get asked is, how do we set up a containment system to best utilize our yard and give our dog the most amount of room possible? Here are a

Here are a few different containment system layouts that we have put together as one of the most common questions we get asked is, how do we set up a containment system to best utilize our yard and give our dog the most amount of room possible? Here are a few popular layouts to assist you with setting up and installing your containment system for most situations.

 

The Black line is the Containment Wire
The Orange Loops represent Twisted Wire


 

Basic Containment System Layout

 





This layout is by far one of the most common and easiest layouts. With the wire either attached to an existing fence or in the ground, this layout ensures your dog is contained within the boundary of your property
   





 

Single Loop Back Yard Or Front Yard Only Layout



 
 
This containment layout is to ensure your dog is contained at the front or the back of your property




 

 

Single Loop With Internal Zones



 

This basic containment system layout with a few areas where the wire comes off of the boundary to go around the pool/garden then back to the boundary to continue on.

Where the wire crosses the yard to the pool/garden, the two wires are twisted together which cancels the signal out to allow the dog to cross in between the two points. However, the dog still cannot get out of the property or into the pool/garden area.




 
 

Hour Glass Containment Layout Or Dual Zone Containment Layout





 
The hour glass or dual zone containment layout is a great option if you would like the option of containing your dog in different parts of your property  at different times.
Please note with this layout - the loop that comes in towards the house must be at least 1.5m apart to be effective.




 

Double Loop Front Back Containment Layout





The double loop layout is designed for if you only require the containment system on one to three sides of your property. 
Please note - the 2 wires making the double loop must be at least 1.5m apart to be effective.







 

Three Side Double Loop Containment Layout






The Three sided double loop is designed for only three sides of the property require a containment system. This allows the dog to have complete access to a certain area such as the front or back paddock or even a gate or shed opening.
Please note - 
the 2 wires making the double loop must be at least 1.5m apart to be effective.



 

Two Side Boundary Containment Layout





The two side boundary containment layout is best for the situation where a property only has two sufficient physical fences to contain the dog. Therefore the containment system can cover the other two boundaries to ensure the dog is safely contained to the property.
Please note -
the 2 wires making the double loop must be at least 1.5m apart to be effective.


 

Single Boundary Fence Containment Layout






This containment system layout is for if you need to stop your dog from leaving a single boundary.
Please note the loop on your boundary must be at least 1.5m apart to ensure the zone is still active.