1. Installing an electric dog fence is perfect for large properties or any property that might need to consider fence requirements for zoning laws. It's almost always cheaper than installing an actual fence.
2. An electric dog fence gives your dog the feeling of freedom, yet keeps him and others safe. Typically, fences just surround the yard, limiting your dog's experience and exposure. Also, a fence limits his field of view, changes your landscape, and blocks your view as well.
3. Most pet containment systems emit a warning sound, minimizing the actual number of times a dog receives correction and eliminating the guesswork the dog would otherwise have to do. This way, there is no forgetting where the boundaries are located.
4. We make it easy to shop for wireless dog fences. Our site is easily organized according to how much you want to spend, the size of your property, and the kind of product you are looking for.
5. Many who consider the electric dog fence too strict a correction don't understand the alternatives are worse. Gates can become unhinged or left open, holes break open in fences. This leaves your dog open to dangers like moving vehicles and other animals, and it puts others at risk of danger from your dog. Problems like these are avoided with pet containment systems.
6. We have electric dog fences available for properties up to 100 acres. Many of these systems also feature several levels of correction to adjust for the size and behavior of your dog.
7. Thinking about installing an electric dog fence can be daunting. Fortunately, it's pretty easy. Plus, many of our products come with an instructional DVD to help with installation and dog training.
8. It's important to understand what you're getting. Electric fencing for pets is a brilliant and humane way to keep pets in, but unless you've got a guard dog, these fences do not provide property security.
9. The shock delivered from an electric dog fence is usually enough to scare a dog back, but if you've got a large and very motivated dog, you may need a stronger corrective shock. The adjustable shock collars may be your best option.
10. If your dog breaks free, he'll probably be waiting by the fence somewhere because he now has a disincentive to come back. These cases are very rare, but emphasize the safety importance of sufficient correction.