Temporary fences for dogs are also known as hidden or invisible fences. This because they largely buried underground. A receiver is place on your dog’s necklace. If your dog approaches too close the fence, he gets a shock to remind him if his limit is. Before installing an electrical dog fence, contact your veterinarian to make sure he is well enough for shock training. Your veterinarian can also help you determine the correct shock level for the dog’s size, weight and health condition.
Determine the area you want surrounded by your temporary fences for dogs. Some dog owners fought just in the backyard, to keep the dog away from people passing by. You must know where your plot is. Dig the ditch where the electrical dog fence wire will be buried. Use shovel to slice into your lawn and create a space as narrow as possible for the wire to be pushed in. One saw will need to be use to cut through any cement boundary cross.
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The transmitter must be install in a dry area, such as garage, and must be close to an temporary fences for dogs. You may need to drill a hole through your garage wall into contact with the ends of buried barbed wire to the transmitter. The thread will be connected to the sockets on the bottom of the transmitter and then stapled into the wall. Mount the transmitter on the wall and plug it into power supply.