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    Default Re: invisible fence question...

    I don't have any personal experience w/invisible fence but my brother uses them… he has a lab mix and a frenchie. Sometimes if the lab sees something he "REALLY" wants her will jump the fence and take the shock… like a cat or squirrel. I would be wary of someone stealing my bully personally.

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    Im not a fan of anything with " shock " as it cant be good for them so maybe put a normal fence
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    Finally! I have got this best electric dog fence. Thanks a alot for you suggestiions.
    best electric dog fence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    ...as they do have a high tolerance to pain and if they want out they will ignore the pain.
    yes, yes, yes...Back when I had an invisible fence, if one of my 2 bulldogs(Hoss) wanted out, he would walk up to the fence until the collar started beeping and then close his eyes and walk right through it. But once he got out, he would NOT do a repeat performance to get back in. He'd just sit at the fence and bark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarmayer View Post
    yes, yes, yes...Back when I had an invisible fence, if one of my 2 bulldogs(Hoss) wanted out, he would walk up to the fence until the collar started beeping and then close his eyes and walk right through it. But once he got out, he would NOT do a repeat performance to get back in. He'd just sit at the fence and bark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarmayer View Post
    yes, yes, yes...Back when I had an invisible fence, if one of my 2 bulldogs(Hoss) wanted out, he would walk up to the fence until the collar started beeping and then close his eyes and walk right through it. But once he got out, he would NOT do a repeat performance to get back in. He'd just sit at the fence and bark.
    LOL. LOL... love it!! It was worth the pain to leave but not come home! Lol lol


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    When I lived in Maryland on a farm, there was a telephone pole about 300 ft. from the house. One morning I heard deep barking and barking. I looked outside, and there was a giant Great Dane standing by the telephone pole, barking. I called him and he wouldn't move. Looking around and Up, I realized that he had an electric collar on, and when he tried to move,the above wires would shock him! I went and got a long pole(wood) and shoved him out from under the wires, and he came to me. Turned out his owners were away and neighbor was watching the dogs. Elec was off for awhile, and dogs left the boundry. I eventually found out who was "watching" them, and someone else, found the other dog. Personally, I would never go away and leave the dogs,and certainly not outside. Poor Dane wad getting a BIG shock from the overhead wires!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manydogs View Post
    When I lived in Maryland on a farm, there was a telephone pole about 300 ft. from the house. One morning I heard deep barking and barking. I looked outside, and there was a giant Great Dane standing by the telephone pole, barking. I called him and he wouldn't move. Looking around and Up, I realized that he had an electric collar on, and when he tried to move,the above wires would shock him! I went and got a long pole(wood) and shoved him out from under the wires, and he came to me. Turned out his owners were away and neighbor was watching the dogs. Elec was off for awhile, and dogs left the boundry. I eventually found out who was "watching" them, and someone else, found the other dog. Personally, I would never go away and leave the dogs,and certainly not outside. Poor Dane wad getting a BIG shock from the overhead wires!!!
    Reminds me when I was in my teens working at Sears my first job, I was taking the bus home. One rainy day I’m heading towards the bus stop with my umbrella and got a fregen huge shock cause there was big electric poles crossing the whole parking mall lot along the highway. Sh*t that umbrella went flying so fast out of my hand. Never again I walk with an umbrella. Back then was them metal tips on them.

    Probably explains a lot of things

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    We have invisible fence for our 3 dogs. Best thing we’ve ever done. They know where their boundaries are. They really don’t even need receivers on anymore. Our biggest issue is not that the dogs can get out, but that feral pigs, Bob cats, coyote and gators can get in. We never leave dogs out if we’re not home, even if just to run to the store.


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