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    Are Invisible Fences A Good Idea?


    Having a dog means that the dog has to be taken care of and protected. Basic safety tools include a leash and an identification collar, but you might want to consider fencing as well. One form of fence that should be considered is invisible fencing. This option will allow you to keep your dog restricted to a certain boundary of your choice, and keep it safe at the same time. Here we present some facts about invisible fences which we hope that will help you evaluate if it's a good option for you and your pet.

    How Invisible Fences Work

    Invisible fences are fences that operate off radio signals or waves. These radio signals or waves can be perceived by a collar that the dog has to wear. This way, when the dog gets anywhere near the invisible fence, there is a tone that warns the dog that they are too close. If the dog continues, they will then be shocked. Of course, the shock isn't intense enough that it will actually harm your dog. The feeling is not very different from the one we get when we walk on rugs or carpets.

    Good Looking, Yet Safe

    People invest in invisible fences because they want to protect their dogs but may not want fences built around their land. The reasons for this may vary. Sometimes this may be because of aesthetic reasons; they find traditional fences ugly. Other times, it is forbidden by the landlord or by local or community laws. However, invisible fencing is just as effective in keeping dogs from going too far from their owners' house and specially away from cars. In this way you can keep your dog in the open where it can run without the constrain of a leash, yet safe from cars and other street hazards. An invisible fence can really make all the difference when it comes to owning a pet and keeping it safe. That's the reason why their demand has increased lately.

    Reading about invisible fencing is a good way to it's a popular choice among dog owners. These devices keep your pet safe and away from danger. People who don't want to modify their houses also choose invisible fences.

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