"The flexibility of this fence is probably our favorite thing. The fact that we did not have to dig the cable around our property, part of which is wooded, was a big relief. We love having multiple maps. We also appreciate the fact that she doesn’t get shocked on her way home, should she break the fence."
How it Works
Create a Fence
It’s as easy as walking the perimeter of any containment area.
Train Your Pup
Follow a few simple steps to teach your dog to stay in the yard.
Manage it all from your smartphone. View maps, get breach alerts, and track your dog.
The SpotOn Virtual Fence
is the only truly wireless containment solution.
SpotOn offers advantages no other containment system can—a portable, rechargeable system with an app that provides automatic tracking, easy map management, and escape notifications. SpotOn Virtual Fence not only offers more flexibility than a professionally installed buried wire or physical fence, it is often more affordable.
Marina & Koa
Weimaraner, 1 year old
"Do it!!!! Best thing ever. Very flexible system with options for different needs. It is a great alternative to an invisible fence and much cheaper than a real fence! It gives you the portability to keep your dog safe anywhere you go!"
Lisa & Finnely
Australian Shephard, 11 months old
"The custom mapping option is awesome! We have tons of acreage and only allow her to some. You're not burying wire and it's truly cost effective in comparison."
Tyranny & Clara
Leonberger, 11-months old
“With SpotOn, I feel like we have both grown and built trust and independence together. Our last camping trip was a big success, Finn had freedom to move around and do what she wanted as long as I could see her.”
Toni & Finn
German Shorthaired Pointer, 3 years old
“With SpotOn, Myla is able to stay safe while also having the space and freedom to let her energy out and simply enjoy being a dog.”
Christa & Myla
Golden Retriever, 7 months old
“The SpotOn system has given Ursa the freedom to roam and play on 100+ wooded acres. True to her breed, she loves to stay outside, guarding our family and the chickens. Now she can do the job that she loves without me worrying about her going into the road or getting in trouble with neighbors.”
Heather & Ursa
Great Pyrenees, 1 year old