Invisible Fence

Re: Invisible Fence

PostBy: Hollyfeld On: Sat. Nov. 22, 2008 8:01 pm

When I had Bishop (a Dogue de Bordeaux) in puppy training class back in 2002, there was a German Shepard in the class named Kase. Great dog and was very playful, friendly and attentive to its owners. Over the next year of classes the dogs grew up and the owners would always talk about our experiences with the dogs at home. The owners of Kase had the underground perimeter system installed when they felt Kase was old enough to be let outside by himself. They ended up installing a wood fence after a few months of training because Kase would go right over the wire and not be bothered by the zapping even on its highest setting. They said his neck would be convulsing due to the electrical current and it was as if Kase didn't feel it.

My neighbors have one and it works like a charm on their black lab.
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Re: Invisible Fence

PostBy: stovepipemike On: Mon. Nov. 24, 2008 8:46 pm

There was one dog [huge bearlike beast with agressive disposition] I used to encounter on my early morning walk. They had the buried wire installed and he had the zapper collar.He would snap and snarl near the flags even though I would always go to the far side of the street. One day the bear thought it better to endure the pain than to let me pass one more time.He came on thru with a yelp and that just made him all the nastier.He came in low and fast ,snapping and blowing spit all over me.Thank heaven I had the walking cane with me,it still has the rasping teeth marks in it. I now will never trust a buried wire or a nasty dog to do the right thing. I am so glad they moved because after that experience, if he ever came for me again that would be his last.
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Re: Invisible Fence

PostBy: tugcapt On: Fri. Nov. 28, 2008 2:19 am

holy crap Japar I almost pissed my pants reading that thanks
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