My daughter wants to install an “invisible fence” for the dog at my house, with a perimeter wire buried around the yard. I have no idea what brand or frequency. I primarily use the radio in the evenings, and I’ve told her if it creates interference I’ll turn it off when I’m using the radio. Still, if there are ways to minimize interference in the first place I’d like to do that, and I’m looking for “lessons learned”. I have resonent wire dipoles for 20,30,40,&80 meters which are close to the house, and her fence will make a wider loop than that, so her wire won’t be directly under my antennas. What I’ve read indicates a lot of the issues comes the “transmitter” itself more than the signal in the wire. I’m wondering if I should build a “dog house” for the transmitter, shrouded in sheet metal and grounded, and put that in the woods out back, at the edge of the perimeter? When the dog has been trained, does this wire make a good centerpoise for a 160meter antenna? When I am transmitting, is there any chance I can accidentally zap the dog? Your thoughts?