Top Fencing Options for Dogs
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Regular Metal/Wooden Fence
Nowadays there are a lot of options available when you want to choose a fence for your dog, but somehow people still go with the regular choice because it is useful. Of course, we are talking about the ordinary wooden fences that most people have around their homes. Wood fences are excellent for keeping dogs and even other pets on your property. However, there are some issues with having a closed wooden fence. The first problem is that you can never be 100% sure that your dog will stay inside because they can easily find a way out. Depending on the breed and size of the dog, a wooden fence might work, or it might fail altogether.
Dogs get out for few reasons, one of them is because they want to see what is happening outside the fence and they are merely curious. So, if they are big enough, they with either jump over it or dig a hole and get under the fence. Overall, a wooden fence is an excellent choice, and it deserves to be in the top fencing options for dogs.
Wired Electric Fences
You might have heard about these fences designed especially for dogs before, and they are one of the best inventions for pets we came across in recent years. The reason why it is such an improvement is that this allows you to keep the look of your home, something you can't achieve by building a wooden fence around your property. Also, the dog can go outside and see what is happening on the property when he wants. It will no longer feel like he is being held closed from the world, he will get some freedom, and the chances are that he won't leave the property.
The main reason why the dog will not leave your property would be the electric collar that you have to put on the dog for the fence to work. All you have to do is bury the wires or just place them on the grass, and the invisible fence is ready. Once your dog goes outside the wired zone, he will get a small electric shock that will inform him that he has stepped outside the boundary. Some say that animals shouldn't be shocked into submission, but they are excellent and will not harm your pet, and they learn how to behave reasonably quickly.
Wireless Electric Dog Fence
If you are looking for the best and the latest technology for your dog, you must purchase and install a wireless electric dog fence because it's just amazing. There is nothing easier to set up than this wireless dog fence. As you might have guessed this is an invisible fence that works using a transmitter that sends out signal around your property and if your dog leaves the area that is covered with the signal, he will get a small shock. This is nothing that can or will hurt it; the shock is very mild. You shouldn’t be worried about him getting hurt, he will just get notified that he left your property and if he comes back, the shock will stop. Dogs usually learn this very fast, and they instantly get used to the fence.