Electric Dog Fence Review
http://www.thedogline.com.au/electronic-dog-fence have a look at the Electric dog fence review to see how the system works and what can be done to stop dogs escaping.
Each Electric Dog Fence Kit comes complete with the first 100m of Dog Fence Wire it is ready to use for one dog complete with owners manuals, Electric Dog Fence Installation guide our own Dog Training guide.
How Does it work – Our Review of how an electric dog fence works
The Transformer plugs in to a power point located out of the weather and undercover, this powers the Dog Fence transmitter – The Boundary wire runs from the transmitter to the fence you can run the wire around the fence, under the driveway and back to the transmitter. This forms a circuit around the area you want the dog to stay in.
Creating the Radio Signal
So, when the radio signal travels down the wire it returns to the transmitter and must then expand out of the wire. you can control the distance that the dog can get towards the fence by altering the range control on the transmitter. The quality and type of radio signal does vary.
The Dog Fence Collar
So, the dog then wears the dog fence receiver collar, when he walks towards the fence to collar will react to the radio signal.
The Warning Zone.
The first part of most Electronic Dog Fence Systems is the warning zone, this is where the receiver collar should let off a beeping noise as a warning to the dog – if they are trained correctly the dog should no to back away from this area when it hears the warning tone.
The Correction Zone on the Radio Dog Fence
Should the dog move past the warning zone and set into the correction zone the dog will receive a mild Static electric pulse from the electronic dog collar. this is designed to deter the dog from going any closer to the fence and staying within the boundary.
It’s like links in a chain.
Most of the system on the market work in pretty much the same way, however it is important to consider each type of dog fence individual parts and components.