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Dog Fences

Keep Your Dog Safe with an Electric Dog Fence

If your pooch has broken through the fence more times than you can count, then it may be time to consider an electric fence installation. The last thing anyone wants is to find their dog tearing up their neighbor’s yard or running into oncoming traffic. Electric dog fences are easy to install and typically only require about a week of training your dog on how it works. The use of an electric fence can keep man’s best friend safe while simultaneously putting you at ease.

An electric dog fence works as by using a small electric charge to keep the dog in the yard by creating boundaries for your four-legged friend. Many people worry that their dog will get seriously hurt from the use of an electric garden fence, but the shock is usually only a little stronger than when you or I receive a shock from static electricity.

It’s important to train your dog in order for them to understand the purpose of the fence. The shock from an electric dog fence is simply meant to alert your pet to stay within certain boundaries. Once a dog has experienced a shock, they quickly learn to stay away from the fence.

Below are listed popular items often purchased for dog fence kits. Call 770-358-1813 if you have any questions.

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    Southern States - Pasture Guard 110 Volt Energizer/Charger

    This is a 1 Joule stored charger that powers up to 30 acres. It is large enough for most small farm applications. Learn More
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