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    The Wireless Pet Containment Fence: Keeping Dogs Inside


    Wireless pet containment fences are an innovative solution for desperate pet owners who are trying to find a product to contain their pets within predetermined area. Unlike other types of fences, dogs can't jump over wireless pet containment fences or dig under them, which doesn't result in an escape, damagaged property, or an injured dog.

    A wireless pet containment fence works by using a remote transmitter that sends singal waves at 17,5 Kilo Hertz. Other items included are a comfortable collar, traning flags for boundary identification and a manual with instructions on how to train your dog. Once the transmitter is plugged into an outlet at home, it starts emitting radio signals which are in turn interspersed by the receiver. Using the radio signals, the collar can detect when the dog comes close to the fence, in which case it will emit a warning sound. In spite of this, if the dog steps out of the boundary, a harmless static electric shock is offered to the pet thereby distracting and containing the dog in the fenced area.

    It's not difficult at all to install a wireless pet containment fence. Just follow the instructions given on the instruction manual or the DVD that comes with the set. For best results, dog owners should research the several advantages and disadvantages of models before making a decision.

    Tips to Choosing a Wireless Pet Containment Fence

    When deciding on the design, pet owners should ensure that the fit is snug for the size and breed of their dog. The coverage area should be big enough to cover the area that you want to assign to your dog. Installation of an additional transmitter can pacify the requirement of big areas.

    In addition to teaching you how to install the wireless pet containment fence, the booklet and DVD also give you several tips on how to train your dog so it slowly gets used to the fence. This is why you should never buy a product that doesn't come with instructions.

    A wireless pet containment fence can help you keep your dog in your property without the use of a leash. They come with a DVD and booklet with instructions. Reading and/or watching the instructions is essential to getting good results with your wireless pet containment fence.

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