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Training A Pug To Use A Hidden Pet Fence

If you’re a pug owner, you know that these little dogs have a lot of personality and like to rest a lot. But did you also know that they’re one of the most trainable dog breeds? In this article, we’ll show you how to use an invisible fence to train your pug not to leave your yard.

Why a hidden pet fence is a Good Choice for a Pug

An invisible fence is a great choice for a pug for several reasons. First, it gives the dog the freedom to roam around the yard without the risk of getting lost or getting into trouble. Second, it’s a safe way to keep the dog contained since there are no physical barriers that could injure the dog. Third, it’s an effective way to train the dog not to leave the property since the dog will receive a mild shock when he or she tries to cross the boundary line.

How to Train Your Pug to Use an Invisible Fence

If you have an invisible fence, also known as an underground or wireless fence, and a pug, you may be wondering how to go about training your pug to use the fence. While pugs are not known for being great obedience training candidates, with a little patience and some creative thinking, it is possible to train your pug to understand and respect an invisible fence.

Here are a few tips on how to get started:

1. Start with basic obedience commands. Before you even begin training your pug on the invisible fence, it is important that he or she has a good foundation of basic obedience commands. This will make the training process much easier and will help your pug understand what is expected of him or her.

2. Use positive reinforcement. As with any type of training, positive reinforcement is key when teaching your pug to use an invisible fence. Be sure to praise your pug enthusiastically whenever he or she does something right, such as staying within the boundaries of the fence. You may also want to offer small treats as rewards.

3. Go slowly and be patient. Training a pug to use an invisible fence takes time and patience. Don’t expect your pug

What to Do If Your Pug Gets Outside the Invisible Fence

If your pug happens to get outside the invisible fence, there are a few things you can do to ensure their safety. First, try to locate the transmitter unit and make sure it is still working properly. If the transmitter is not working, then your pug may be able to wander off without any warning. You should also check the batteries in the collar to make sure they are still working. If you find that the batteries are dead, then you should replace them as soon as possible. Finally, you should contact the company that installed the fence to see if they can help you troubleshoot the problem.

Conclusion

With a little bit of training, your pug can learn to use an invisible fence to keep them safe and sound at home. This type of fence is ideal for pugs because it doesn’t obstruct their view or limit their movement, but it will still keep them contained in your yard. Start by teaching your pug the basic commands, such as “stay” and “come,” and then introduce them to the invisible fence system. With a little patience and consistency, you’ll have your pug using the invisible fence in no time.

Testimonials

Thank you do much for installing our new hidden fence! It’s only beeen a week and a half and chloe has been off her leash in the yard all weekend, and is doing great. It’s amazing how fast she learned her boundaries. I must say that it was money well spent, and the peace of mind that she will stay in the yard is… priceless.
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Gloria T.
Royal Palm Beach, FL

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