Pros & Cons of Wireless Dog Fences
There are a plethora of containment options for your dog, and if you’re in the market for a wireless or underground system it’s likely you are overwhelmed with choices. One of the best ways to determine an option for your dog is to weigh the pros and cons for each particular system. Here at Havahart® Wireless, dog containment is our expertise, so we’ve compiled a list of pros and cons for wireless dog fences to help you in your decision-making process.
Pros of Wireless Dog Fences
- Aesthetics – There are no physical barriers with a wireless fence, meaning it won’t change the look and layout of your landscaping.
- Expense – The average cost to install a physical fence is $2,388 according to ImproveNet, while the cost of a wireless dog fence ranges from $399 to $999.
- Portable – If a move is in your future, a wireless fence can be taken along and reinstalled at your new home!
- Exclusion zones – A downside of most wireless fence systems is that you can’t exclude an area that you don’t