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Wireless fence - Does it work on a hill??

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I'm thinking of buying a wireless invisible fence for our yard, but I was told they don't work well if your house is on a hill or large slope. Unfortunately, that's the case with our house. Does anyone have any experience with this?

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Just in case someone else out there has the same question, I now have my answer. I emailed one of the manufacturers and was told that they will not work if you have more than a 4 foot slope in your yard.

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I had a pretty steep hill in my back yard and I never had and issue... I also had a cheap cabelas install yourself kind of fence...

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I'm curious about this. Why would a hill make a difference? The cable should be buried at the same depth. I can't imagine the electronic frequency is affected by gravity/slope. Maybe someone with better electronic knowledge can jump in.

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No cable with wireless... grin.gif

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Duh, confused.gif my bad...

ok still, as long as line of sight isn't impeded (like over the hill), why would a hill or slope make a difference?

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My bad also... I was not thinking wireless....

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Honestly I can't figure those wireless to be much good. Why not use like Invisible fence. We put it in last year on our 2+ acre lot and couldn't be happier. We have 2 dogs so 2 collars, training, istallation was $1600. For what we got I thought it was a bargin. Works 100% of the time. No worries.

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