Written by Colin Seal
Pet Barrier Dog Fence, 5 things you should know...When it comes to buying a Pet Barrier or dog fence to stop dogs escaping, there are a few crucial points to consider to get it right - First Time.
An escaping dog can cause a lot of problems for itself and the owner. Ending up at the pound with hefty fees, Vet bills or causing accidents are very real problems. Dog owners are responsible for their dogs at all times. So getting the right Pet barrier electronic dog fence is essential. Go here for more Electric Dog Fences Reviews.
These 2 guys were very determined to escape artists...unfortunately it cost the owners a few vet bills when the dogs escaped and found a cat was fun to play with... everything worked out well and our Groundskeeper solved the escaping dog problem.
Dog fencing and Pet Barriers for large properties, smaller suburban properties, garden beds and Pet Barriers for gateways each have their own specialist points to consider that will make a difference to the end results and the success of the system.
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Does the Pet Barrier have a power plug (transformer) with built-in surge protection to prevent the dog fence transmitter from surge damage?
A Coded Digital FM radio frequency will make life easier for you and your dog.
• If my neighbour gets a Containment fence will it affect my system in any way? What happens if it does?
• Is there a chance my dog will get false corrections from other radio signals? • Will other frequencies affect my system?
• During a thunderstorm can, energy from lightning strikes travel around the boundary wire and damage the transmitter?
• If there is surge damage of any kind will it be covered by the warranty?
• How thick is the wire - 1/2mm, 1mm or 2mm?
• What type of insulation is on the wire - High-density Polyethylene (HDPe) or PVC?
• Are the correction/stimulation levels on the collar adjustable? How many levels does the collar have to help with dog training?
• How long will the batteries last - 2 years? Can I replace them myself?
• Will the receiver be replaced under warranty if my dog chews it?
• Why are replaceable batteries better than rechargeable batteries? Will I have to take the collar off the dog to recharge the battery?
• Will any other radio signals activate my dog collar and give false corrections to my dog? Does it have a coded digital FM frequency to prevent this or an AM radio frequency?
When thinking about any investment of this type for your dog it is essential to get the right advice. Dogs are not like DVD players - you can't just push a button and make them work the way you want.
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