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Anyone experienced with invisible fence for stubborn dog?

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  • CountingDownCountingDown 13725 replies113 threads Senior Member
    Our trainer told us to carry her across the fence line or have her in the car when leaving our property. She will not let us take her through the perimeter on a lead, even with the collar off. She will not cross that line willingly.

    Every door in our house is included within the perimeter of the fence, so she could go out of any door and still be in "her zone."
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  • momof1momof1 787 replies7 threads Member
    It has been very interesting reading this thread. I do have to say that we bought the system, put out the flags and were very diligent with the training. Since we are both teachers we were able to take a good deal of time to train. Evidently it stuck! We took the 11 year old husky to the vet today and forgot to put the collar back on. We let the dogs out and they all three stayed in the yard. Needless to say, we called her back in when we saw the collar sitting on the table! Yikes!

    We don't leave them out when we are not home. They stay in the house. There are wolves out there. And they eat dogs.
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