In my experience, wireless fences work best for folks with large acreage who simply want to keep their dogs on their property. Of course, even for these folks, a wireless dog fence isn't appropriate if they want their dog to have access to their entire property, or if they want to block areas that lie inside the containment zone.
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I have 3 large great danes. I have invisible fence now but I am moving and need another fence. The invisible fence has been great but it is very expensive, batteries, repairs, etc. Just a service call is $150.00. I am looking for a wireless fence that will work on very large dogs.
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Our wireless fences for large dogs consist in part of a transmitter, which is placed somewhere in or on your home, usually in the garage or in the basement, and a receiver, located on a special collar for your dog. Each Dog Guard transmitter can successfully contain your dog in an area of up to 50 acres. The transmitter communicates with the receiver on your dog’s collar by sending a digital radio signal through a wire, which can be buried underground along the perimeter of your property. When your dog approaches the barrier, it will receive a warning stimulus. If it gets too close to the barrier, it will receive a mildly unpleasant static pulse to correct its behavior. The correction is harmless but strong enough to discourage it from crossing the hidden fence. At Dog Guard, we can work with you to train your dog so that it quickly becomes familiar with the boundaries of its safe play area.
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Worried about keeping your dog safe in your yard? A PetSafe wireless dog fence may be the best option for your pet and there is no digging involved. Before you begin, select a unit that is right for your pet and your yard. This PetSafe fence is made for dogs over 8lbs. and covers about half an acre of land. Proper training of your pet is essential for the success of the pet fence.
Pick a location for the transmitter. The location must have access to an indoor power outlet and the temperature needs to stay above freezing. Locate it on the first floor of your house in the middle of your dogs roaming area. Large metal objects can interfere with the signal, so keep it away from furnaces and refrigerators.
Plug the transmitter in, set the boundary switch to high and set the boundary control up to 8. Install the battery in the collar. Activate the static correction signal, if desired. Set up the perimeter. Hold the collar where you want the perimeter to be, and have a friend turn the dial on the transmitter until the collar beeps. Place flags where the collar beeps to visually mark the perimeter.
Fit the collar on your dog, ensuring the contact points touch your dog's skin. Tighten the collar until you can fit one finger in between the contact point and your pet's neck. Properly training your pet to stay within the boundaries of your new wireless dog fence is crucial to your pet's safety and success in using the fence. For more how to content, visit . For more pet products or to purchase your own pet fence, visit
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Or head to our channel: The PetSafe PIF00-13651 allows consumers to adjust the perimeter to any shape they want. This offering from PetSafe does not interfere with neighboring wireless pet boundaries or other wireless signals, making this a popular choice, particularly for those in built-up areas or who live in proximity to others who use wireless dog fencing. It covers up to half an acre, allowing dogs to roam safely in a large area.