The GPS wireless dog fence has a few advantages over wired systems. The GPS tracking system provides accurate locations of your dog within ten feet. With the GPS tracking system, you can create custom areas for your dog to roam. You can choose between a five-inch range or a 13-inch range. If your dog is small or large, it may be a good idea to buy an extra transmitter or cable to extend its range.
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A GPS wireless dog fence also helps keep your pet from escaping your yard. A GPS wireless fence uses satellite signals to detect when your dog crosses the boundary. Unlike wired fences, a GPS wireless dog fence does not need to be reset every time your dog crosses its boundary. GPS wireless dog fences also work in areas where radio signals are strong, but can be disrupted by metal objects. For this reason, it is best to install a GPS dog fence in an area that is not full of distractions and where your dog cannot escape.
Some GPS dog fences let you set the boundary area in a radius. These are more accurate than wired versions, but their accuracy may be limited. However, GPS devices can interfere with the accuracy of the dog fence, so you should consider narrowing the area a bit to prevent your dog from straying. This is the best option if your dog is constantly digging and running and has a tendency to break the boundary.