What's the best invisible fence?


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5 Responses to “What's the best invisible fence?”

  1. stayputdoggy says:

    I own an underground fence company and have installed many many fences for many breeds of dogs and all types of owners. No fence that I install is cruel, that is a very common misconception. The "shock" is a static stimulation – much like the type of shock you get in the winter when you touch a metal doorknob. It is more of a surprise that actual pain. The animal who wants to push his luck at the boundary line will get a reminder – the static stimulation. That reminder is much less painful for both dog and owner than say – getting hit by a car! I love my dogs – I love what I do – I would never use a product that is cruel or would harm an animal. I also do not have dogs that get out of the fence – because I make absolutley certain the owner and the dog are trained. The fence serves as a reminder of the training sessions in the first few weeks after install, without that training – well – those are the people who have fences that "don’t work". In my professional experience those fences that "don’t work" can always be fixed with owner/dog training sessions. A few minutes a day can save your dogs life.
    Yes – yes – an underground fence does not keep other animals or people out of your yard – but they are wonderful and do provide peace of mind and freedom for you and your pet.
    PetSafe has a great small dog system But any system will work for a dog over 6 pounds – the small dog system has a smaller collar. The collars look big but actually weigh very little. My personal favorite is the Innotek digital system with the remote trainer.

  2. snowy says:

    Another reason not to get an electric fence: Dogs can figure out how to get through them. I’ve known many dogs that learned that if they just run as fast as they can, they can get through the fence with minimal unpleasantness. The fun of being free outweighs the pain of the shock and they cease to respect the fence.
    For the sake of keeping your dog in out of reach of vehicles, thieves, naughty children, aggressive/diseased/wild animals, and all the other dangers of the outside world, please get a real fence or accompany your dog outside on a leash.

  3. BYB eating dragons want ketchup! says:

    If you’re talking about electric fences, don’t do it. They don’t stop other animals from getting in. Get a regular chain link fence or a privacy fence.

  4. Justin says:

    there is this collar you put on dog and if he go past a certain point it shock the shit out of him

  5. ScarredWolf says:

    I have heard a lot of bad things about those systems. They can malfunction. I think you should do more research before you decide to get one.

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