It is often say that small dogs are easy to control and trained because they are so small. Sensitive dog can be shocked enough he refuses to leave the home where they get training. For the best health and safety of your dog, an electric fence is designed for small dogs to become trained and active.
It is not understandable that how they’re being hurt, dogs subjected to shock collars and invisible fences may direct their fear or aggressive toward what they believe is the source of the shock—which may be passing the beggar, the mail carrier, or your neighbors’ children.
Electric and electronic fences are the same.
An electronic fence is a security that your dog learns and respects in a little bit time. The transmitter sends out a signal that is detected by the collar, then emits a training tone and that gets your dog’s attention. If they go out of the safe boundary, then the collar gives a static correction. But enough to get their attention and teach the respect for your boundary line. Passing few days and weeks, he learns that how to stopping when signal is emitted.
Should I get an invisible fence?
Keep the safety in mind, owners may consider electronic fences. Here are some pros and cons for electronic fences.
Reasonable cost: It is a less expensive type of traditional fences; some fencing materials like wood, iron are expensive. Electric fences become Invisible and often less costly even when professionally installed.
Convenience: Electric or electronic fences can be easily or more quickly installed.
Reliability: There is a possibility that dog climb over the fence, dig under the ground, or chew through fences may be better contained with an electric fence.
Decreased Human Error: When owners often forget to close a fence gate, so electric fences reduce the chance of escape in busy households with lots of foot traffic.
Protection: Pet owner reduce the tension by the presence of a dog in the yard since they aren’t likely to realize that the dog may not actually be able to reach them
Training required. The dog must learn where the fence is.
Lack of protection: Although invisible fences protect dogs by preventing them from leaving the yard, they do not prevent hazards from entering the yard.
Degree of discomfort: Most electric fences include a detectable warning earlier to the electric impulse and dogs learn quickly to respect the “beep” and to avoid the shock. If a dog ignores the incoming signal, an electric boost is discharged which scare the dog but is not painful if the apparatus is set appropriately.
Reliability: If the power supply of electric fence is interrupted by a cut wire, dead battery or other issue in the collar, there is still a possibility to escape a dog. Most dogs know their initial training and respect the border even when the fence is not electrified.
Escape: If the dog sees that something wants to chase or is frightened by thunder or something inside the yard, he may break the rule of electric fence ignoring the electric stimulus.