Installing a Dog Fence

Splicing the Wire

Laying Out the Dog Fence Wire Now that you have installed your transmitter box and ran the first parts of wire from the box to the outside, it is time to lay out your wire. You will need to lay the wire above the ground and connect it to the ...

Crossing Driveways and Sidewalks on Your Electric Dog Fence Installation

Most of the time, you will need to cross a driveway, sidewalk or pathway when you install an electric dog fence. There are 5 different ways that this can be done. It is a good time to spend a bit more time on these areas. This is because these ...

Dog Fence Wire Installation

It depends on you and your layout, whether you decide to bury your wire or to mount it. You may even decide to do both. This can be done by burying a majority of it and mounting the rest of it along a fence line, for example. If you mow your lawn ...

Dog Fence Layout

It is a good idea to go ahead and lay your fence wire on the ground before you actually bury it. It takes about half a day to bury or secure a dog fence boundary wire to the ground. This can be an enjoyable do-it-yourself project. However, it can ...

Electric Fences for Dogs
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