Underground dog fence are also known as hidden or invisible fences. This is because in large part they are buried underground. A receiver is placed on the neck of your dog. If your dog gets too close to the fence, it receives a shock to remind you where your limit is. Before installing an electric underground dog fence, ask your veterinarian to make sure you are healthy enough to shock formation. Your veterinarian can also help determine the appropriate level of impact on the condition of size, weight and health of your dog.
Tips & Warnings for underground dog fence:
- Not all dogs will respond positively to this type of control way. Under some circumstances, depending on your temperament and the situation, a dog can ignore the shock and cross the fence.
- The electronic fence does nothing to protect your dog from hazards such as other dogs stop by, harassment or theft. The time can also cause problems.
- The collar should not be left on the dog for more than a few hours, as it can cause skin sores.
- Do not leave the collar on the dog if you will not be near him and help monitor if something goes wrong.