Installing an Electric Dog Fence – How to Determine how much Underground Dog Fence Wire you Will Need

underground dog fence wireWhen you install an underground pet fence it is important to remember that the wiring must make a continuous loop around the perimeter of your yard for the invisible fence to operate. Each end of the wire connects into the transmitter box, which is installed somewhere in your home. The electric current runs from the transmitter, out one side of the wire, around your yard, and back to the transmitter, completing the loop.

Before you dig, you need to make sure you have enough wire to complete the project. Following is a table that will help you determine how many spools of fence wire you will need based on the size of your yard.

Dog Fence Wire Estimator

 




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