Do you know the 5 Crucial Points and Questions you should ask before buying an Electric Dog Fence System?
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Each part of the Electric Dog Fence Kit is like 'A Link In A Chain' if one of those links is not up to the job or is easily damaged - Your dog could escape and you are back where you started (or paying for costly replacement parts.)
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The Power Supply or Transformer of our Dog Fence system is regulated that making radio signals more stabilized and not jumping out of the fence to avoid false activation to the receiver collar.
It has an Earth Lightning Protection system that would guard the Transmitter from electrical surges and damages. It is covered by a 3 Year warranty.
A Coded Digital FM radio Frequency is used on our Pet Barrier to lessen Interference on AM Frequency appliances such as TV signals, Internet Connections and Mobile signals.
Answer: No, it will not be affected because our Dog Fence is using Unique FM Frequency Code that will not be interfered by other people's frequency.
Answer: No, because our Dog Fence Receiver Collar only activates by the FM Radio Frequency Digital Coded from its Transmitter.
It is important to safeguard the Transmitter from the lightning damages or electric power surges.
Answer: For other systems, it will damage the transmitter from lightning strikes. But our Pet Barrier Dog Fence has Green Earth Wire pin that regulates the power surges.
Answer: Because we have confidence that the dog fence system is fully protected, we have included 3-year warranty lightning and Fusion damage
Our Top Rated Dog Fence Wire is so durable you can even leave it hanging on the fence, lay it on the ground, cover it with mulch, bury it around your lawn or tunnel it under a concrete driveway.
Answer: 2mm is the thickness of our electric containment wire
Answer: Our Dog Fence system is coated with High-density Polyethylene (HDPe) Insulation that can withstand the heat of Australian sun.
Answer: Our electric dog fence has 7 strands of Copper Core wire
Durable Long lasting Dog Collar with programmable levels to make training easy and very effective. Being coded FM receiver it will only react to the radio signal from the transmitter.
Answer: Yes, our dog fence receiver collars have an adjustable correction or stimulation levels and a number of levels would depend on what type of collar you will get for your pooch.
Answer: The Dog Collar receiver has an anti-lingered mechanism that prevents your dog from running down the battery in the warning zone. And yes, you can easily replace the battery by your self.
Answer: A lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty that includes Dog Chews guarantees a full replacement of 1 chewed collar per dog. The outer shell of the Receiver Dog Collar is made from high-quality Poly-Carbonate and is as tough as bullet-proof glass to withstand hard bumps and rigorous play.
Answer: Having a replaceable lithium battery is much better than the rechargeable batteries so it will interrupt your dog training about learning its new boundaries. If it will be a rechargeable battery, you will need to take the collar off from the dog and might get an increased chance of your dog be escaping.
Answer: Since our Pet Barrier Dog Fence system has SAFELINK feature makes sure that your dog's receiver collar does not activate with radio signals coming from your two-way radio or any other radio emitting gadgets like TV or Internet Connection. The coded digital FM signal links the collar to the transmitter and will not recognize any other radio signals leaving your dog safe from accidental activation when it walks past your TV or your CB Radio.
Here for you and your dog, Colin Seal