We camped at Earl Rowe provincial park a few weeks ago. It was our first PUP trip with our two animal pups, 12 and 9 year old Brittany spaniels. They are very well-trained dogs (agility and hunting titles, therapy dogs, etc.). Of course, the “rule” is that the dogs must be on a 6’ leash at all times and not annoy the hell out of anyone. This was a bit of a problem as the site we booked did not have any suitable places to tie up the dogs. The site was all brush on the edges and sandy soil in the center so we couldn’t use one of those screw-anchor things. We had the picnic table, but that was difficult at mealtimes as a tripping hazard for our two young children. We ended up mostly tying them to the PUP, but that put them in areas that were not social with the humans. Another site near us had their lab off leash and contained with the white petsafe flags indicating the boundary of an e-fence. I thought this was BRILLIANT so I stopped to talk to the owners. Turns out that they didn’t actually have an e-fence hooked up; their dog was easily fooled as they trained him with the flags. We live in the country and our dogs are contained using an e-fence. They are older, and while they are still sound, a good 5-8km run with me in the morning takes the edge off and they sleep like rugs the rest of the day. Given that my dogs are already trained to use an e-fence, calm and sedate during the day, we don’t leave them alone, and (for the moment) let’s ignore the leash rule, plus I realize this would only be possible on an electrically services site, has anyone ever purchased an e-fence and used it while camping?