The Dogtek Electronic Dog Fence System is a great choice for a waterproof collar and offering up to eight levels of static correction for beloved pets. The 330 feet of wire allows for a wide perimeter fence, giving dogs a large area to run around in before running into the fence.
The Dogtek Electronic Dog Fence System is a great choice for a waterproof collar and offering up to eight levels of static correction for beloved pets. The 330 feet of wire allows for a wide perimeter fence, giving dogs a large area to run around in before running into the fence. It comes with a power adapter that is state-of-the-art and comes with two adjustable zones. It also comes with an Energizer battery and two sets of contact points. This electronic fence also allows the user to set the correction distance as well as the warning distance separately.
Dogtek Electronic Dog Fence System Review:
The customers who wrote their thoughts in reviews for this wireless dog fence gave it an average rating of 3.8 stars. More than half of the reviewers were happy enough to give it a perfect 5.0-star rating; unfortunately, about a quarter of the reviewers also gave it the lowest rating of 1.0 star.
The reviewers who loved this wireless dog fence reported having a good experience with it so far. For example, a few reviewers shared how the battery was promoted as lasting six months, and they were happy to report that they had not had to change it yet. One buyer shared how she wound up needing a wireless dog fence after their dog stayed out all night; she admitted that it took a lot of work to install, but in the end, she felt that it was worth it, although it also required a bit of training, as one of her dogs initially wound up fearing the yard. But a few days later, everything worked fine. Another buyer shared how he had issues initially, but when he contacted the company, they helped resolve things beyond his expectation. The reviewers also appreciated how straightforward the installation was. Another reviewer reported having returned this because they had smaller dogs, but otherwise he still felt it would have been a good system.
Those who were not too happy with their purchase reported having problems with using the wireless dog fence; a few of them also shared how they contacted the company to help them troubleshoot, but there was no response. As a result, several reviewers warned against buying this brand, and also recommended checking warranty information before purchase, especially since this was a bit expensive. Interestingly, other users shared how they had had complaints but got a good response from the company. Another user complained about how other devices like laptops delivered a shock to their dogs; as such, it might be wise to check the manual, as wireless dog fences do carry the warning of receiving interference from other devices, and as some users have recommended, not to leave the collar on the dog all throughout the day. Another reviewer complained about problems with connection for this dog fence.
From these reviews, this seems like a good wireless dog fence, as long as it is used properly and according to instructions.