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Looks like she did OK with the shearing. Never know what that noise will do to an animal. Neither of my alpacas like being sheared but they are more calm with hand shearing so I assume it is the whine of the shears.

She tried to help.
Have to check that it washed behind its ears that morning!

Second picture on the top post: "That is a dog in sheep's clothing and it WANTS to play with me!!!"
 

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I wasn't aware that battery powered fences had less of a hit than wired. I guess if they could put out the same you would need a really big battery for it to not die too fast at night or on non sunny days.
 

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I looked up my Cyclops Champ (AC). 5 joules output, I've accidentally touched it 3 times and I would NEVER do it on purpose! Owiee!!!!!!!!!!

I see that they have battery versions from 1.5 joules to 12 joules.
 

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My solar units work for my horses, goats, not so much!! They need a big jolt to believe you mean business. Trained to a big one they are better with lesser for occasional. But temptation is there! 😁
 

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Yep, she doesn't want @secuono to start slipping mentally. She needs the mental exercise of keeping the dog in. :D
 

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