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Advantages of Wireless Dog Fences



Are you having a hard time trying to decide how you can allow your dog to roam freely in your yard but without going over to your neighbor’s and scaring their cat? Well, we have the solution for you; a PetSafe wireless dog fence.

Wireless dog fences have been around since the 70s but have recently gained popularity. There are factors that make people choose them over a traditional fence. Unlike before when homes were hidden behind fences, people showcase their homes more making the wireless dog fence a great tool to maintain a boundary for your dog while not drawing any attention away from your home.

How Does A Wireless Dog Fence Work?

Basically, you, the owner will have a transmitter that will be centrally located in your home. The transmitter emits a radio signal which in turns create an invisible boundary around your home. The area within this boundary is referred to as the ‘ Safe Zone’. The safe zone can be any size you want and ranges between a radius of 5ft to 1.5 acres.

Your dog will need to wear a collar that beeps every time he goes near the boundary known as the correction zone. If they ignore the beeping sound the collar delivers a gentle electric stimulation and causes them to head back into the Safe Zone.

Benefits of A Wireless Dog Fence

There are many factors that make a wireless dog fence a much better option to a traditional fence. These include:


Both the collar receivers and the transmitters are exceptionally durable. Transmitters are built to withstand extreme temperatures meaning they can be installed in the basement or garage. They are also both lightning- and water-proof.

Easy to Install

Wireless fences are easy to install and don’t need any expertise. Some wireless fence manufacturers will even offer at-home training for your doggo during the first days after installation. Wireless fences vary in complexity, but it normally doesn’t take more than 2 days to have a wireless system up and running.


In case you’re wondering whether this technology would be a good fit for your dog, you will be happy to know that it works with most dog breeds.


Compared to a traditional fence, a wireless fence costs less to install. Over time the technology has gotten better for a whole lot less, and manufacturers pass on these savings to you. Maintaining a wireless fence is also not as much work as maintaining a traditional one. With a traditional fence you will need to clean, paint and repair. This is especially the case if you have dogs that love to climb, scratch and dig.


With no structure to either climb or scale, wireless fences are far more effective than traditional fences for keeping your dogs within your home. In addition, you can rest assured knowing that your dogs will not suffer any of the injuries that come from scaling traditional fences such as scratching or impaling themselves. 



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