Q. Can we install some dog fence wire above ground and bury the rest?

With the wired dog fences, there is no issue with ridges. That is only problematic with .
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You can indeed place the boundary wire on top of the cement wall instead of burying it. You will want to adjust the boundary width dial so that the collar triggers when the dog is around the base of the fence. You don’t want the collar triggering too late, because a dog in mid-flight sailing over the fence cannot change direction easily – you want the collar to trigger when the dog is still has all four feet planted on the ground.
Are you in or do you ship to canada.??? I am looking for 1000' of 14 gauge dog fence wire.
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Elevating the wire to the top of the fence is a great way to reduce the distance that signal travels. If the fence is six foot high, I might turn down the boundary width to 3-4 feet just to be conservative and give hte dog a bit of a safety buffer when walking on the pathway. Q. How deep can I bury the dog fence wire?
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Folks who buy a dog fence that includes wire often wonder "This wire looks really thin and cheap... Do I have to use it, or can I upgrade to something sturdier?"The short answer to this question is: No. The wire that comes standard in many DIY dog fences is cheap and fragile — it's fine for indoor applications, such as speaker system installations, but it's inadequate for outdoor use because it breaks very easily. This is problematic because when the wire does break (seriously... it's not if, but when), those breaks can be extremely difficult to find.On the other hand, folks who buy a dog fence that doesn't include wire often wonder "What kind of wire should I buy? Can I just go pick up a roll of any old wire at my local hardware store?"Freedom Dog Fence is an electronic dog fencing system that is installed underground by burying a single wire, as a complete loop, along the entire perimeter....MOREOne last thing... When you install your dog fence, you'll likely want to create wire that doesn't correct your dog — for example, the wire you'll use to connect your transmitter to the outer boundary wire. In the video below, I talk more about how you can use cancelled wire in your dog fence installation and I show you two different ways to make cancelled wire quickly using tools you probably already own. I want to put down 1000′ ft of wire for our underground dog fence but because our land is full of rocks and trees I was thinking of a couple options. Option Number one would be use a Coaxial Cable and use the center 18 gauge solid core of the wire for the fence and the rest would protect the wire. This is the preferred option but I do question if it will work or not. Option two was to buy 18 gauge wire and run it thru drip tubing for added protection. Freedom Dog Fence is an electronic dog fencing system that is installed underground by burying a single wire as a complete loop along the entire perimeter of your property. This underground boundary can also include or exclude certain portions of your yard, such as a pool or garden. Your dog is safely contained within your yard and allowed to roam free with sections of your yard blocked to keep your garden and landscaping safe. Your dog can even be trained to stay out of your pool! Dogs live to run free, and keeping your dog safe in your yard gives you both the freedom to relax when you are outside.ADMIN – Hi Karl. We calculate the amount of needed in feet. 287 meters is equal to 941.60 feet. The boundary wire that we sell (e.g., 20ga, 18ga, 16ga, 14ga) has been tested by our engineers to provide optimum performance for our in-ground dog fence systems. The RG 6 coax 75 ohm wire is not compatible with our .