Can "perimeter technologies" invisible fence collar be set to "no delay"...
Our Goldendoodle has adopted the "go fast" strategy to beat the invisible fence when she REALLY wants to leave. The (expensive) IF brand collars can be set to "no delay" so that a dog is corrected even if they bolt through the fence. Does anyone know if the Perimeter Technologies collar can be set similarly, and if so, how?
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According to me, one of the best wireless dog fence brands is perimeter technologies wireless dog fence. It has a variety of products for the pet owners, there are in-ground dog fences and wireless dog fence system also. It also has wi-fi enabled system which is truly one of his kind. In this package, you will get a receiving collar, transmitter and a charger.
1st you have to hold down the little black button on the collar, when it flashes at you release the button.
-Then press the button again and count the # of flashes.
-Keep pressing the button until you get it set to the desired flashes related to the setting you want to use.
-1 flash- audible correction with no shock.
-2 flashes audible correction with low shock.
-3 flashes audible correction with high shock.
It is always recommended to start with the low shock , if using shock setting, then move to higher setting if needed. Most larger dogs require a high shock setting, I have a yellow lab and use the high setting for him. Hope this helps.
It depends on the shape of the property.
The minimum amount will be about 1975 feet if the property is circular. If it's square you'll need about 2228 feet. If the property is 310,365 feet by one foot then you need 620,732 feet.