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Monday, January 3, 2011

How to Protect your Dog via Wifi

Technology has also revolutionized dog supplies. From wireless communication, internet, now comes a wireless dog containment. This is a quantum leap in technology that is simply beyond any traditional wireless dog fencing system on the market today.

Pet supply manufacturers have developed their line of wifi rechargeable pet fence that uses the latest digitally encoded WiFi signal technology used in advanced wireless communications with the 802.15 WiFi protocol. Unlike other fencing technology, the Wire-Free Smart Station and Pet Link collar are both connected by Transceivers - highly integrated signal chips that constantly links the distance between your dog and the Smart Station. Wire-Free Pet Fence intelligently tracks the location of your dog at all times, reminding your pet to respect the established boundary safe area, all while communicating critical safety information back to you.

The specifications of this new line of pet fence may overwhelm owners at first, but actually this fence provides great ease not just in installation but also in operation. It also allows owners to save on money by providing a petsafe , reliable and effective wireless fence containment that today’s traditional fencing types fail to provide.

The Wireless pet fence is ideal for small to medium dogs and offers twice the coverage of any other wireless system on the market that is why more and more dog owners are trying it. This wireless fence has no unattractive poles to set up and no wires to bury. Instant wireless dog fence uses a constant radio signal to create a "safe zone" for the pet. What’s also great about it is its portability. Owners can take it wherever they go. It can also be plugged in the cigarette lighter of the car, boat or RV with the help of the DC to AC power inverter.






However, dog owners must also keep in mind that this wireless fence system must also be backed by proper training techniques in order for the dog to get used to it. It’s important that they become patient with their pets for training may take some of their time and effort.

1 comments:

doglover1127 said...

Invisible Dog Fences have evolved over the past 25 years. The expensive and somewhat ugly chain link dog fences have fallen by the wayside in favor of the new electronic dog fences, which use invisible radio waves. Dogs have a habit of jumping over or digging under chain link dog fences or other solid barrier dog fences. An Invisible Dog Fence is a good idea if you want to keep your dog safe. A wireless dog fence is great because you never have to worry about fixing broken wires. A Wireless Fence is a good option for pet containment.

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