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Sarah April 4, 2013 at 2:20 pm

Hello,
I have two small dogs, at 4.5 and 5 lbs each. Is there a collar small enough for them?
Thank you

Mike Pennington January 25, 2013 at 8:30 am

If only wanting/needing correction feature for one of our three dogs, will the IUC-4100 collars work with the 5100 system?

ADMIN – Mike, Yes, those collars are compatible with the IUC5100. Note that the part number has changed to PIG00-13620.

scott morrison November 17, 2012 at 11:12 am

Hi,
I have an existing electric fence surrounding my yard site to keep livestock out of the yard. Will this electric fence cause interference problems with the wired dog containment fence that I plan to install around the same yard perimeter as my existing livestock control electric fence?
Thanks,
Scott Morrison

Admin- Hi Scott,
The cattle fence will not interfere with the dog fence system as long as you do not zip tie the two wires together (so just as long as they do not touch). We have found that attaching the boundary wire to an existing fence to be very effect and helps solve most containment issues very quickly.

Marjie May 27, 2011 at 1:56 pm

I twisted my wire too much, about 40 twists per foot. Can I still use this or should I twist another length?

ADMIN – Hi Marjie,

That will still work.

Kelly March 19, 2011 at 6:02 pm

I would like to attach a portion of the wire to an existing wire property fence. Will it work? How high off the ground can the wire be?

ADMIN – Hi Kelly,

You can attach the boundary wire to a fence and it will work well. You can set the wire up to work at almost any height, you will just need to increase the boundary width at the control box so that the signal still reaches ground level. The perfect height is around the height of the dog’s head, but any height will do. It is generally a good idea to place the wire at least one-foot above the ground if you use a weedeater to keep the wire safe from damage.

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