Installing a Dog Run - Homestead Chronicles

Now I have a larger pen for all the dogs which I like the best, kennels with concrete floors for putting pups, sick dogs, dogs in heat, etc into for shorter durations. And I have a couple of cable runs staked out that I use occasionally. All young dogs spend some time on them as a dog needs to be chain broke. Good place to put a strange or extra dog that is on the place. Or to put a male dog when all the females in the pen are in heat.

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When you run the dog fence wire close and parallel to a utility wire, then sometimes you get the dog fence signal jumping into that utility wire. It doesn’t cause any interference for the dog fence, but it can cause the utility wire to act like it is dog fence wire, and so you get the dog fence signal turning up in strange places in your house (e.g. cable outlets, and in the walls where the cable wire runs). This is rare, but if you are going to run the dog fence wire parallel and close to utility wire, it is well worth taking the extra time to lay the wire out first and test to see if you are getting this kind of signal jumping behavior before you invest the time in burying the wire. If it does happen, your only option is to move the dog fence wire further from the cable wire. Since the fence is six feet high, a good way to avoid this kind of thing happening would be to run the dog fence wire along the middle or the top of the fence. The vertical separation should minimize the chance of the signal being induced in the utility wire.

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Title: Re: cable dog runs How To Install The Wire Using A Wire Trenching Machine:1. Set your trenching machine up at the end of the section of neutral or twisted dog fence wire that runs out from the transmitter box. 2. Familiarize yourself with the wire trenching machine. It’s always a good idea to get a quick lesson from the rental center on general operating procedure.3. Attach the dog fence wire spool to the trenching machine.4. Feed the end of the dog fence wire through the wire guide area and down through the hole in the trenching blade on the bottom rear of the machine.5. Secure the end of the wire to a post or stake in the ground at the point where the boundary wire and twisted wire meet. A shovel or garden trough will do the trick. Leave plenty of room between the stake and the machine to ease starting.6. Start the wire trenching machine, pushing along your perimeter line to lay the wire.7. Stop at driveways, pathway and sidewalks to cut or hand lay wire, move the trencher to the other side and repeat the above steps to continue.8. Continue along the perimeter you planned until you meet back up with the twisted dog fence wire running to your transmitter box.Pro Tip: When crossing driveways release the cutting blade of your trenching machine, secure the wire on both sides of the crossing leaving at least 12 inches of slack on both ends. This will make your job installing the dog fence cable through the driveway or pathway much easier later on.

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