Monday, March 4, 2013 7:46:31 AM
Most people make the same stupid mistake with an "invisible fence". They think that you set it up, put the collar on the dog, and you're done. Wrong. It doesn`t take most dogs long to figure out that once they`re so far on the other side of "that place", it stops shocking them, and that the quicker they pass over it, the less time it shocks them for. You have to train the dog to stop when it feels the shock. Breed is irrelevant, temperment is irrelevant. If you don`t use the product correctly, it just won`t work correctly, period.
Sunday, March 3, 2013 12:57:39 PM
Invisible fencing isn't always an option, and some dogs (though probably not this one) don`t respond to them as well as you would think. I know a lady who had to give up her English bulldog puppy because he basically laughed at the invisible fence collar.