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    A Brief Analysis Of Wireless Pet Containment Fences


    Wireless pet containment fences were proposed by manufacturers as a solution for dog owners who wish to contain their animals in a part of their property without using a leash. They have some advantages over traditional fences, for example, your dog can't jump over them or dig a hole to go under it, which sometimes resulted in a stuck or injured dog.

    A wireless pet containment fence comes with a transmitter that emits radio signals at 17,5 KHz. Other parts of the set include a collar that is worn comforably by the dog, 50 training flags that help the dog locate the boundaries of its designated area, and an instructions booklet. Once the transmitter is plugged into an outlet at home, it starts emitting radio signals which are in turn interspersed by the receiver. The receiver can then identify how close the dog is to the wireless fence, and it will beep if the dog comes clost to it. If the dog tries to leave the assigned area, the collar will then deliver a mild static electricity shock that will deter it from leaving.

    It's not difficult at all to install a wireless pet containment fence. With the help of instructions given in a booklet or DVD, owners can set everything up themselves. 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

    The collar that comes with the system should be comfortable to wear and able to resist bad weather and rought treatment. The coverage area should be big enough to cover the area that you want to assign to your dog. If you need coverage for an unusually large area, you can always buy an extra transmitter.

    As mentioned before, an instructional booklet or DVD explaining the operation of the wireless pet containment fence you purchase is very much essential since this would clarify everything including installation and training to the management of the pet. For this reason, it's suggested that you make sure the product you choose to buy comes with clear, concise directions.

    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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