Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Electric Dog Fence System 2012 - Must Know about Pros

The electric dog fence system is a very effective containment system which can prevent the dog from escaping. This containment system basically consists of a 400 to 1200 ft long wire (which has to be buried), a transmitter (which can be placed in any part of the home) and a receiver (which has to be placed on the dog’s collar). The receiver sends a sound and a shock when the dog tries to come near the wire. There are several advantages of using an electric dog fence and some of these are discussed in the following lines:

• These containment systems are cheaper than installing the vinyl, wooden or metal dog fences. The major expenses are done just one time which involve purchasing the system kit rather than negotiating per foot charges with the installer. The price can vary according to the brand but all proficient brands do not charge more than 400 dollars.

• Another pro is that the wire has to be buried and this feature can be used to bypass any property which might restrict the physical fence. Moreover, the fence cannot be jumped over by the dog and there isn’t any weak spot which can be dug to escape.

• The electric dog fence is much more flexible and isn’t restricted in keeping the dog from running out from the perimeter of the land. The wires can be installed inside the house and the transmitter can be placed in the garden, bedroom, near the pool, garage or any other place preferred by the owner.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Affordable Electric Dog Fences 2012 - Ultimate Options for your loving pet

Having a house in countryside, I have always preferred a dog keeping in my house.

In the initial stage I lost 2 dogs with my preference to give them freedom and by not keeping any boundary lines for them.

One met with an accident and one never come back. Not to forget always coming back home dirty and some time with bruises.

Later on, for my third dog I decided to install a dog fence and preferred a wooden fence on electric dog fence.

Giving a shock to my dog could never appeal me.

One day after the heavy snow, my dog got a chance to move out of the wooden railing as snow decreased the high of it by almost 60 inches and, made me realize that this was not a good option after all.

However, he came back in few minutes realizing being in house is a better option to survive.

The season changed and in one rainy night I was cooking inside and my dog was not inside the house.

I thought he must be in the front yard chasing behind some squirrel or enjoying that natural shower bath.

After few hours when I went out to look for him I found a hole near the wooden fence. This was it.

The wet sand has surely helped him to dig beneath the rail and move out.

Very next day I call for the wireless electric fence installer and got it installed in the front and backyard of my house.