Wired or Wireless Dog Containment Systems?

dog containment systems are products of great help for all those dog owners who care about the safety and happiness of their pets. These electronic systems work on the basis of the negative reinforcement training method; the transmitter placed inside the house sends a radio signal to the collar around the neck of the dog, and the collar issues aversive stimuli, like a beep of warning or a mild and painless electric shock. The aversive stimuli are delivered to the dog only in the case it approaches too much of the proximity sensors that border the containment area considered safe by the dog owner.

The proven rationale is that the dog will soon associate the unpleasant sensations provided by the aversive stimuli with the necessity to stop crossing the invisible boundary of the electronic fence

As millions of pet containment systems have already been sold in the whole world, millions of dog owners benefit of their results. These benefits include the following:.

• The dogs are better protected against various mishaps, like road accidents or animal run-ins that can happen when they are outside the safe area. This way you can avoid all the consequences of such accidents. The dog is protected in two ways. First, you will be alerted to the dog’s attempt to cross the line because of the large beep emitted by the collar, which can give you sufficient time to issue a verbal command or run after the dog or both.

Secondly, the beep startles the dog and determines it to stop its activity. If he still persists, then the electric shock will be delivered that will stop him in his tracks. This will keep your dog out of the way of cars passing on the road or of other animals wandering around. Train your dog to come in house when it hears the warning beep.

• The electric shock produces a disagreeable sensation that the dog will really soon associate with its improper behavior. You can adjust the level of shock that will be delivered to your dog depending on its size, its temperament and the general circumstances surrounding the attempt to cross.

Such adjustability is necessary since your dog will require lesser amounts of electric shock as his training progresses. Over a period of time, when the dog got used to stop at the warning beep, you can set the minimum intensity of the electric shock, just to remember the dog it behaves badly.

• Pet owners need not spend large amounts of time, effort and money to set up physical dog containment systems like fences made from wood, stone and metal. These physical fences require maintenance expenses and real property taxes that you will also save.

These electronic devices are portable systems, and you can easily allocate the area where you think your dog will be safe by bordering it with the proximity sensors. After you have delimited the area where you want your dog to be contained, by placing the proximity sensors in some points of its borders, all you need to do is to set ON the transmitter of the dog containment system.

These dog containment systems allow pet owners to have peace of mind that their dogs have lesser risks to be exposed to accidents as well as lesser opportunities to run away, do damage on the neighbors’ property and get into other mischief outside of the house and certain areas of the yard

Dog owners concerned about the safety of their dogs use dog containment systems. The dog is protected in two ways. Dogs are less exposed to various risks with dog containment systems.



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