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    Learning A Bit About Electric Dog Fences


    The best way to restrict a pet to a certain area is by installing wireless dog fences. They are very popular due to the lack of wires that can get entangled around the pet or other objects. In previous times, invisible and wireless dog fences were very similar to the electrical fences used for cattle. However, with the aid of technology, the installation has become much simpler.

    These type of fences work by using different types of transmitters. These can be isntalled indoors or outdoors, and that will depend on the specific characteristics of the product. Among these specifications, there are some radio signals that are released by the transmitters and detected by a small device which is set in the collar that the dog wears. The transmitter has a predetermined boundary of particular radius which is set by the pet owner and the transmitter can be put wherever it's wanted. When the collar receives the radio signals, it will emit a beep to warn the dog that it's getting dangerously close to the limits of the boundaries at which point the collar will deliver a harmless, but annoying electric shock.


    You can customize invisible dog fences by changing the intensity of the electrical shocks that the collar delivers according to the temperament and size of your dog. The battery attached to the receiver collar may be rechargeable or renewable depending upon he product you choose to purchase. These devices are usually resistant to bad weather such as rain, so they can be safely used in these conditions.

    Things to Consider

    You should keep certain things in mind when it comes to selecting your wireless dog fence:

    Consider not only the purchase cost, but also the maintenance costs that you'll incur in periodically.

    You're better off buying from a company with a presence and guaranteee, even if it's more expensive.

    If the batteries are not rechargeable, then get the best batteries you can get.

    If you can, set a way to back up your system in case there is a power shortage.

    Consider your dog’s temperament and size for selection of your containment system

    wireless dog fences are a great tool to keep dogs inside your property. The installation of these fences is easier than ever. invisible dog fences always include a manual on how to train dogs.

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