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Wireless Fences

Wireless dog fences allow you to set up a safe containment area for your dogs without the hassle and added expense of buried wires. Just plug the transmitter in and you'll instantly have a perfect circular wireless boundary up to a certain size around your home and yard. Wearing the special receiver collar, your dog will be able to move freely within the circular boundary. As your dog nears the boundary a warning tone will sound, alerting her to the off-limits zone. If your dog continues into the boundary zone, she will receive a harmless but surprising static correction. As your dog completes the training process and learns to associate the warning tone with the static correction, she will learn the boundaries of her new found freedom and stay within the limits. 

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Sue Samuelson
March 09, 2017

I have 4 acres of wooded property that I would like to be able to have my two dogs, one pointer-lab mix, 55# and a chesapeake 75# be able to run fairly freely in, especially when we are home.
I am having a bit of trouble understanding how these GPS based wireless "fences" work. Do you think that would be an option for us?
thanks, Sue Samuelson



It could be.
With the fence feature of that system, you would set your center GPS coordinate first.
Then you would go out and select where, in relation to the center point, that you want your warning zone to start. Set that GPS coordinate.
Then you would go out even further, to where you want the stimulation zone to start, and set that GPS coordinate.
Then you save your settings, and start your training.

That system will definitely accommodate the sizes of dogs you have.
If you wish to discuss the system further, please feel free to call us at your convenience.


April 03, 2017

Hi, we have two golden retrievers that we would like to use this on. Our 2 acre property is flat, but we do have a metal barn that they sleep in, and I would like to have in the radius, and also a metal shop with would also have to be within the radius, and also a metal roof on the house. We have very few trees in the yard. Do you think the metal buildings would be an issue with this? It would be okay if the metal barn is not controlled because they would be in the pasture then. Thank you.



You did not specify which wireless fence you are speaking about. However, all the wireless fences are prone to interference from large metal objects (including a metal barn).
The only option you may have is the GPS based wireless fence/trainer/tracker system we offer. With that system, you set your GPS coordinates for the containment area, and they you can turn off the handheld remote/transmitter (unless you wish to use it for some training or GPS tracking.
That system will cover a much, much larger area than the standard wireless systems, and is very feature rich.
The drawback is that (due to the multi-functionality) the collar is really best for dogs that are at least 35 lbs.

Aside from that, I would probably recommend a wired fence system. You have many more configuration options with you go with a wired system.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Shell Esham
June 01, 2017

We have a large dog, an Anatolian Shepherd male that is approximately 100 pounds. we have an uneven terrain yard of about 2 acres. What would be the best type of underground fence for our dog? We have another dog that weighs 45 pounds. Could we use the same fence for her?



I would recommend you look at the SportDOG Pro Grade fence system. It would certainly handle your Shepherd, and you can add either of the following collars to that system (for the smaller guy) with full compatibility:

PetSafe Rechargeable Collar
PetSafe Deluxe Ultralight Collar

You can run your wire above ground or bury it, whichever meets your needs best.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Linda Mitcheson
July 05, 2017

We have 3 rolling acres. And a jack russell.we have a deck and pool in the middle of our property.Which fence can we use Wireless or under ground?4


You would be better with an in-ground fence. Wireless systems are not as reliable, and they do not cover 3 acres. Most are designed to cover less than 1 acre.

I would surely recommend a wired fence. However, which one depends on several factors concerning your dog.
If you'd like to give us a call, we'll be glad to offer you some professional guidance on your best options.
Thank you.

SueLynne Childers
July 24, 2017

I am an alpaca farmer & have Maremmas, 4 adults all over 100lbs. My problem is that they are snakes. If they can get their head under the fence then their body can go too. We've put goat panels into the ground & they still manage to dig out. Neighbors are giving me fits. I need a system that is movable since the size of the pastures change & there are at least 3 different pastures. I've heard that the satellite systems are movable. Help!


Hi SueLynne,

I am glad to assist.
I do not have any experience with Alpacas, and what their discomfort threshold is, relative to that of a dog.
However, I have one recommendation that comes to mind, based on your other factors:

It seems that you need something easy to relocate as needed. This would negate a wired fence system. Also, the standard wireless fences do not cover a large area and the transmitters need to be located indoors.

The GPS based fence/trainer/tracker system by D.E. (The Border Patrol) may be perfect for you.
It has 50 correction levels, set individually for each collar. It can cover many many acres. It's also the system that will not need a transmitter running after you set your fence coordinates. They are stored within the collars until you reset new coords.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if we can assist with any further questions.
Thank you for shopping with us. : )

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