Ok, so you’ve done all the hard work, this final section deals with some odds and ends that you may need to do in the months after you have completed the training.  These include:

  • Removing the boundary flags
  • Take your dog on walks through the boundary
  • Fixing breaks in the boundary wire
  • Keeping your dog busy when you are away from home

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tjg November 24, 2010 at 8:50 am

what is the lighting protection option on the IUC-4100?


The lightning protection option on all the dog fence systems is the same. It is a little box that resides between the control box and the boundary wire. If the boundary wire gets struck by lightning, the lightning protection stops the lightning from destroying the control box.

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