There are several reasons why you might be considering a wireless dog fence over a wired one. The main appeal is how easy a wireless dog fence is to install. With no digging involved and no wire to bury, what could be easier? A wireless dog fence is also a good choice for those who are planning on moving house in a few years. People who go vacationing in their RV can just unplug the transmitter and take their wireless dog fence with them when they go camping.
The Perimeter® Wireless Pet Fence is one of the options available to you when selecting a wireless dog fence. Let’s take a look at how this system measures up.
The two components of this wireless dog fence are the PetLink collar that goes on your dog, and the Smart-Station Base that is placed indoors. This transmitter is constantly tracking where your dog is, within the containment area. Should your dog challenge the boundary and receive a static correction, the transmitter base will notify you of it.
One of the most appreciated features of the Perimeter® Wireless system is that it provides a larger containment area for your dog than its competitors. It is advertised that it is able to cover 2 ½ acres of land, or a radius of 200 yards. However, many customer reviews state that it doesn’t live up to this promise, and that its true coverage area is really about 2 acres.
The Perimeter® Wireless system has eight levels of correction for you to choose from. This should be considered an adequate amount for most dogs. These 8 levels allow you to select the perfect setting for each particular dog that you have.
With that being said, the Perimeter® Wireless fence is only able to contain a maximum of two dogs. So if you have more dogs than this, you would need to go with a different solution.
There are other mentionable positives about the Perimeter® Wireless dog fence. One is that it has rechargeable batteries. You simply insert the collar’s battery inside of the back of the transmitter and leave it to charge for about 6 to 8 hours, until you see that the battery light on the transmitter is no longer blinking.
Should you have a power failure, there is no need to worry. The Perimeter® Wireless fence has a battery backup, so your system will remain protected.
In conclusion, the Perimeter® Wireless dog fence may work well for some, but not for others. If you have more than 2 dogs, you will need to look elsewhere. In addition to this, the signal is not reported to always be consistent at 2 ½ acres. Although it may work fine for some, the Perimeter® Wireless dog fence doesn’t offer the highest level of reliability on the market.
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