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  • Sherry Davis: Dog's Health Problem Disguises As A Behavior Problem - Bakersfield Californian

  •    Home » Articles » DogContainment » Keep Your House's Look: The Underground Dog Fence

    Keep Your House's Look: The Underground Dog Fence


    Pet owners often confront the hassle of having to contain their pets within specific areas around their home. This might actually be surprising, but holding pets within predefined areas can be affordable and trouble-free, especially for those who opt for the use of a pet containment system. Despite what some people think, setting up a traditional wooden or metal fence is not the only option, although it's an expensive one that usually changes the property's look. An underground dog fence is a good option that will not affect your house. These fences create an invisible barrier that your pet won't be able to cross.

    How an underground dog fence Functions

    The underground dog fence kit includes the transmitter, the receiver, boundary wires, and training flags for visual aid. Pet owners can preset the boundary area with the help of the transmitter and flags and test the unit before putting it to work. Once the dog wears the collar, it won't be able to cross the boundaries you set. First of all, a warning sound tells the dog that it should go back to the safe area. If the dog ignores the warning and tries to go beyond the barrier, then it'll receive a small electrical shock that will make it think twice before trying again.

    Intent and consistent training of the pet using an underground dog fence is mandatory for the system to work successfully as intended. Every purchase of an underground dog fence comes with a DVD with instructions on how to get the dog used to the invisible fence. It's suggested that you make sure the product you invest in comes with how to material, most importantly a video as this will help you get set up quickly and properly.

    These pet containment systems are affordable and user friendly with respect to installation and set up. You can even expand your underground dog fence system to give your dog a bigger area, different levels of correction, and even include more dogs.

    Underground dog fences are a great tool, provided the owner spends some quality time with their dogs to train them for them. Dogs won't be able to escape anymore, however, violent dogs can come to them, so pay attention to the possibility of that scenario as well.

    An underground dog fence is a great way to keep your dog from running away. It also has the advantage that it doesn't obstruct the view from the house. It's very easy and fast to install and operate a underground dog fence, just watch the video that comes with it.

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