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Electric Dog Fences
December 27, 2013
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andyw
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Hi, is there any cause for concern with electric dog fences, and do they release electro-smog or wireless smog from their shallow burial? I’ve researched this a bit and only found information on how they impact the animals.

I have a weird issue — there is a dog fence surrounding my place, and I get very high readings at night on one side of the house (high readings on the south side, but nothing on the north, although the dog fence surrounds the house). I also get very high readings on the top left corner of my front door which faces the active area outside — just within 4-5 feet.

Could this have anything to do with the sun deflecting neighbor’s wireless signals? I’m trying to pinpoint the source of this. I’m guessing that there may be some security system or wire buried under the driveway on the south side of my house. Whenever I walk this path after dark, my detector goes crazy. The signal goes away during the day, except for the corner on my front door.

My detector is pretty cheap – a chinese RF Signal Detector, so I will need to get one that identifies the noise type and level. Any recommendations on this front as well?

Thanks.

January 15, 2014
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I’ve never done any testing around electric dog fences….but apart from some minimal interaction with ambient RF radiation (from cell towers etc) given that these fences are wired installations I would not expect high RF readings around such installations. In your shoes: step one buy a sensitive RF meter – without one you’re clutching at straws.

February 25, 2019
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Lloyd Burrell said
I’ve never done any testing around electric dog fences….but apart from some minimal interaction with ambient RF radiation (from cell towers etc) given that these fences are wired installations I would not expect high RF readings around such installations. In your shoes: step one buy a sensitive RF meter – without one you’re clutching at straws.  

Well said.

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