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Electronic dog fence

Pros of Electronic Dog Fences:

With electronic dog fences, you are not forced to erect a style of fencing that, while effective for keeping pets at home, may not complement your landscape design very well.

Because you are not erecting anything with electronic dog fences, you don’t have to worry about the zoning laws or inspection codes to which you’d be subject, if you were to erect physical fencing.


Cons of Electric Dog Fences:
Pet fencing often doubles as security fencing to some degree, keeping intruders (human and canine alike) out of your yard and pets in your yard. Tall chain-link fencing, for instance, will perform this dual role. However, electronic dog fences are purely one-way, so they won’t keep out intruders.

Electric dog fences are not fool-proof. The mild shock may not be sufficient to your dog from roaming, if the incentive to break free is great enough.

When pets do ignore the shock and cross electric dog fences, there is a disincentive (in the form of the shock) for them to return.

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