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Wireless Dog Fence

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Wireless dog fences are a great option for those people who cannot or do not want to bury wire in the ground, those who desire portability, and those who plan to use their containment system in the field. Electric dog fences used to be limited to the traditional buried wire variety, but no more!  While the traditional in-ground electric dog fence is still the more reliable and customizable choice, the newer wireless options are increasing in popularity.  

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dana cook
April 26, 2017

I LIVE LAKE FRONT AND HAVE A LAB THAT LIKES TO GO IN THE WATER.WILL ONE OF THESE SYSTEMS WORK FOR ME?

Flexpetz

Dana,

They may. However, if your dog is a swimmer, you may want to opt for a wired fence system with a collar that is safely submersible.
Most of the wireless dog fence collars are water resistant, but not recommended to be submerged for any given length of time.
Please feel free to call us with any other questions you might have for us.

Lisa Cooke
June 12, 2017

I need best product that covers approx. 1 acre for 5 dogs 50lbs to 120 lbs. Thank you,Lisa

Flexpetz

Lisa,

The best product would be a wired fence. However, it looks like you were shopping for wireless.
The best product for dogs over 35 lbs would probably be the Border Patrol system. It's a fence, trainer, and GPS tracker.
It can contain up to 415 acres and you do not need the handheld/transmitter to be on, once you've set your fence coordinates.

The standard (non-GPS based wireless fences are a bit more touchy, but if you have the perfect environment for a wireless fence, you may check out the PetSafe Stay + Play fence.
With one transmitter, it can only cover up to 3/4 acre, but you can add transmitters to increase coverage by overlapping the containment zones each one creates.
That system can accommodate as many dogs as you like. However, if your dogs are high energy dogs, you might consider the "Stubborn Dog" versions of the add on collars.

Christy
July 10, 2017

Have a lake property with a lot of trees .. will they affect the wireless fencing ?

Flexpetz

Yes, if the many trees are in your containment zone, they certainly may affect your fence signal.


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