Warning Flags for Invisible Fence Brand Dog In Training System - Stock Image

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Penfield, New York, USA - August 26, 2011: A series of warning flags for an electronic Invisible Fence Brand dog training system on a suburban lawn. These small flags are placed every few feet above a buried perimeter wire as a visual aid to train a dog to stay within the invisible boundary line around the property.
A series of Invisible Fence brand warning flags inserted on a grass lawn. The purpose of an invisible fence is to prevent a trained dog from leaving a specific area. A special electronic wire cable is buried a few inches underground around the perimeter of a property and marked at intervals by these small flags. The flags are an initial visual training aid while the animal learns where the line is. An electronic receiver worn on a special collar alerts the pet with warning beeps that get louder as it approaches the buried wire. If the dog ignores the warning and gets too close to the boundary, a mild electric shock is given as a correction. The flags are also a visual aid for people in the vicinity of the property that a dog is in training. The flags are removed when the dog has learned to stay within the "fenced in" area.
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