Disclaimers & Local Laws

Warning

This product is not intended for use with dogs who have a history of aggressive behavior.

Do not use this product if your dog has a history of aggressive behavior, has been bitten a human, or could cause harm to itself or others.

Victoria:
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Regulation 1986 – 2008 Amendment
A person must not use a containment collar on a dog unless the person has ensured that the dog is trained to the use of the containment system and
collar by

A veterinary practitioner, a qualified dog trainer or competent trainer; or
A person under the supervision and written instructions of a veterinary practitioner, a qualified dog trainer or a competent trainer.
A person must not use a containment collar on a cat unless the person has
ensured that the cat is trained to the use of the containment system and collar by

A veterinary practitioner or competent trainer; or
A person under the supervision and written instructions of a veterinary practitioner or a competent trainer.
A ‘qualified dog trainer’ is defined as “a person who meets the requirements of regulation 49(2) of the
Domestic (Feral and Nuisance) Animals Regulations 2005”. A ‘competent trainer’ means a person who is employed by a company that sells containment systems and who is competent to conduct a containment system training program for dogs or cats that complies with the relevant code of practice if any.

Queensland:
Animal Care & Protection Act 2001. (under review)
No specific restrictions found.

New South Wales:
Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Act 1979 – 2000.
Amendment you may use these barriers provided that it be: ”…used inside a fence through which animals cannot pass and that is not less than 1.5m high.”

Western Australia:
Animal Welfare Act 2002.
Must be used in accordance with the generally accepted usage for the type of “invisible fence”.

South Australia:
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Regulations 1985 – 2000 Amendments. A person must not place on an animal a collar designed to impart an electrics shock.

ACT:
ACT Animal Welfare Act 1992 – 2001 Amendments.
Not allowed

Northern Territory:
Animal Welfare Act 1999 – 2005.
Unless authorised by a law in force in the Territory, a person must not use an electrical device on an animal.

Tasmania:
Animal Welfare Act 1993. (under review)
No specific restrictions found.