Below are pros and cons of the best wireless dog fence.

The best wireless dog fence is the one that you’ll just plug and play.
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Consider the receiver collar that comes with your wireless fence system. It should be waterproof, with several adjustable levels of static correction, and capable of holding a good charge for at least several hours. Ideally, you want the dog to associate a sound with a reminder to stay close without depending on a physical vibration to startle them.
The best wireless dog fence is the one that you’ll just plug and play.
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Can one use the wired and wireless systems together on the same collar for a special problem dog?
We have had 3 dogs on our wired petsafe fence which is sculpted about our front yard to exclude the dogs from digging in our flower beds. It has worked very well for a number of years. My daughter has recently graced us with a sweet but anxious Staffordshire Terrier mix rescue who is about two years old now. He is generally very good about staying in the wired fence except that he has learned to “break-out” across the driveway if there is something tempting. I have added 3 lines of wire about 5 feet apart at the end of the driveway but he will still go through. I checked at each wire and the warning signals are working with a correction indicated by the test light. Once he gets beyond the last wire he’s free and now he seems to know it. Could I add the wireless receiver to his collar so that when he escapes across the end of the driveway he will continue get a correction? I realize he will need to wear both receivers on his collar. How to Train your Dog for a Wireless Fence
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Although wireless pet fencing has been available for over a decade, the technology has gone through little or no changes, which is unusual given the rapid advancements in technology that industries like entertainment and communications have enjoyed. The all new Wire-Free - WiFi Fence employs the hottest micro-chip transceiver set, operating on what has now become a very familiar 802.15 wireless communication protocol used in all the new cool electronic products. New technology makes our lives more convenient, keeps us better connected and now makes owning a dog fence easier and your pet safer than ever before. Only Wire-Free uses the latest digitally encoded WiFi signal technology used in advanced wireless communications. I used these several years ago in a house that we lived at that had a backyard but it didn't have a fence in the front yard. I wanted my dogs to have access to the front yard. So what we did was we set up a wireless fence. This allowed them to run out in the front yard but not get in the road. It worked great because of the size of my front yard.Today we're looking at the PetSafe PIF-300 wireless fence. This is one of the few wireless fences on the market today. It is radio signal based. What that means is unlike a wired fence, you don't actually have to bury anything in your yard. You have this system right here which you put inside your house, and it sends out a radio signal that allows the dog to go up to 90 feet away from the transmitter.When your dog is trained and you have the best wireless dog fence, it’ll prevent your dog from ending up in the streets or getting into an accident.All dog owners have three main concerns running in their heads. First is how to keep their dog or dogs safe. Second is how to keep your dog healthy and the last one is how to ensure the two without breaking the bank. This is where the wireless dog fence comes in. When it comes to a wireless dog fence, there are many you can choose. This guide on wireless dog fence reviews will help you pick the best wireless dog fence.PetSafe is owned and operated by Radio Systems, a company that owns many of the world’s finest pet brands. Before they release a new product it undergoes examination by veterinarians, dog trainers and behaviorists, in order to make sure its as safe and as functional as possible. PetSafe has a “Try a lot – keep the good” approach – they constantly develop dozens of new systems but only release the very few they deem to meet their standards. Below is a side by side comparison of the two best PetSafe wireless dog fence systems available on the market as of 2013. Click the “Our Review” link beneath the picture to see our very thorough examination of the product in question. To compare these fences with the top Havahart model, head over to our page.