My aunt has two collies, Benny and Lucy. Benny chases cars, and Lucy chases wild animals. An electronic dog fence would allow them to roam free safely.
An electric dog fence consists of buried wire connected to a transmitter. The dog wears a collar that receives signals, warning them if they approach the boundary.
Electric fences are affordable, suitable for large properties, and can be used with multiple pets.
Determine the boundary area. Draw your property on graph paper and decide where you want the safe zone for your dog.
Mount the transmitter in a dry place like a garage. Ensure it's away from electrical boxes and large appliances.
Lay the wire on the ground, connect it to the transmitter, and test with the receiver collar.
Train your dog to recognize the boundary. Start with "beep only" mode and gradually introduce the shock feedback.
With proper installation and training, electric fences can effectively keep your dog safe and contained.