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Fido-Shock

Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent When nothing else will keep the predators away from your prize fish, you may want to resort to electric fencing.

The Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent Kit uses a sharp 'snap' sound as it delivers a shock to whatever pest is unlucky enough to come into contact with it.

The voltage will not harm animals but it will definitely keep them away!

The Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent Kit is ideal for keeping your pets, the neighbor's pets and small wild animals out of your pond, flower gardens, vegetable gardens, shrubs, garbage cans, walkways and porches and it is quick and easy to install.

The Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent Kit is energy efficient. It delivers a mild but memorable shock to deter mischievous small animals. It plugs into a standard 110 volt household outlet. The water-tight plastic case ensures long life. It is a continuous output-type electric fence controller.

Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent Kit includes:

  • Complete Installation Instructions
  • 1 Fido-Shock Controller
  • 10 Two Foot Plastic Posts
  • 100 Feet of Electric Fence Wire
  • 1 Package of Cotter Pins
  • 1 Two Foot Ground Rod
  • 1 Ground Clamp

The Fido-Shock Pet Deterrent Kit comes with a 1 year manufacturer's limited warranty.

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