Not one person would ever say that they enjoy throwing money away. However, when consumers decide to make a purchase of significant value without properly researching a product that will assist them with making their purchase decision informed and educated are doing just that…throwing money away. Affordability is important, but selecting an invisible dog fence that best suits your needs, is as equally important. Some may trust the “word of mouth” from a friend, relative or the service associate at your local pet store, but with a little more research you can make sure that you purchase the best invisible dog fence at the lowest price possible. I am sure you will agree that our pets are a “part of the family” and they are well worth a little more effort.
Here are some questions that someone who is searching the market for this particular product should ask themselves: Do I want to purchase a wireless or wired invisible dog fence? How difficult is it to install? How much wire do I need? Is it a painful way to train my dog? How long will it take my dog to learn their new boundaries? My dog is difficult to train and he has a mean temperament, are there models for difficult temperaments? Are there models that will accommodate more than one dog? Are there models for small dogs? Is this product portable enough to travel? Are training manuals and/or DVD’s included with my purchase? Will the transmitter interfere with other electronic devices?
Questions such as these are very important to consider when you make the decision to purchase.. I am pet owner of a large German Sheppard. He is a beautiful dog, but he can be very temperamental, as it relates to other dogs and/or animals. As pet owners we must act upon our responsibility to make certain that we never compromise the safety of people, other animals and our pets themselves. An invisible dog fence is one way to assist pet owners trying to accomplish just that. Another way is to install traditional fencing. However, traditional fencing costs thousands of dollars more and why would anyone spend thousands of dollars when it is not necessary….unless you want the traditional fence, of course.