Yes, there are bright flags around the whole perimeter. I will be there for the next training session, so I will be able to see what's going on. It's just so distressing to see Leo SO upset about going outside, when the whole point of this fence was to be able to give him the freedom to eventually go outside untied, and have the ability to roam and sniff and enjoy! I guess I'm getting ahead of myself - they say the training can take a few weeks, and it's only been 2 days - its just so hard for ME to see my dog so visibly nervous and skittish. He normally LOVES the outdoors.:sad:
Well, hopefully time and training will help and soon Leo will be a happy hound once again. Poor thing.
I am pretty hopeful that he will get it though - I've already taught him to 'sit', 'lie down' and 'gimmekiss' all with minimal time spent - he's really smart. We're working on 'come here' now.