I would like some suggestions on training my springer Layla to my invisible fence. Right away I am going to say that I am not allowed to have a regular fence in the city where I live or else I would already have one so that is not an option. My springer Riley and sheltie Molly are both trained to the fence. Layla is another story. When I take her in the back yard on a leash she immediately does her “frog pulling” to get back to the house. She won’t go anywhere near the flags. I have the collar on beep only. I have tried several times and this always happens. Anywhere near the flags and she won’t even take treats. All three dogs are rescues so I don’t know if someone tried this before. I do know some of her background and that she has been a show dog. Currently when I put her out I have her on an overhead runner. When she is on this she will go right through the flags so she is associating the leash in the yard and the flags with something bad. She is a very skittish and timid dog and very much a Velcro springer. I put her on a long lead and she still wouldn't go between me and the flags. I am going to try maybe a 30 foot lead and see if I can start there and gradually try to train her like that. She doesn't really play with any toys so I can't use toys as a training tool either. I am also thinking of putting up caution tape instead of the flags and see if that makes any difference. She does very well on the runner unless she gets tangled in the trees but I am having shoulder surgery in a couple of weeks and I won’t have two hands to be able to put her on the runner. I also have a training collar I have used again on beep only to try to train for the no bark command. When I beep her she comes running. I may have to use just that. She has quite good recall but not 100% so right after surgery I won't be able to run after her at all. Any other suggestions?