Fence Containment Systems - Safety and Security for
dog owners with problem pooches who dash off their property
the minute they get a chance, one of your best options
is to look into the radio fence containment systems
to keep Fido, down on the farm.
containment can be a problem in municipalities where
there are leash laws, and your home has no fence around
the lawn. Leaving a dog tied outside is unwise, particularly
when you are absent. It can also frustrate the animal,
so that they're more prone to running away the minute
they are off the chain.
if you're looking for a secure way to keep your family's
best friend at home, the radio fence containment system
offers the answer to your concerns.
system is simple to operate, and comes with instructional
videos on how to set it up, and train your dog. The
basic components are a transmitter, which sends signals
along a wire that is laid around the outside boundary
of where the dog will be permitted to go, and a battery
operated collar, which will sound a warning as the dog
approaches the "no cross" zone. If they attempt
to leave the property, their collar will give a mild
wire included in the kit can be supplemented for larger
yards. It can also be left on the surface of the ground
if you prefer, but when anticipating long-term use,
it's better to bury the wire and keep it safe from lawn
mowers and people tripping over it.
your initial training, the package contains white flags
for marking the perimeter of the lawn or yard, to give
the dog a visual reference. Most dogs are receptive
to the training, and you may find that the flags come
down much sooner than anticipated.
radio fence will give you peace of mind, and your dog
more freedom, an unbeatable combination.
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