Sorry I have no experience with them, our Dog containment system involves wooden palings formed into a barrier which some people we know refer to as a fence That "fence" I can confirm does hinder our dog from vacating the premises but not every property can have that system due to covenants, size of land, and size of wallet being among the reasons.
My cousin had a very active Red Kelpie (who has now sadly passed on) that he was able to control by installing a low level electric fence, once the dog was very aware of the tickle the fence gave (about 2 months of tickling) he was able to turn the power off and the dog never approached it no matter how strongly tempted. Every two or three months my cousin would switch the fence on for a day or two to reinforce any deterrence effect that had worn off. The fence was the ribbon type but I am unsure which fence supply he used or at what level it was set (voltage that is). If you are rural this may be a better answer and as the height does not need to be very high easy for you to walk over when needing to traverse it.