Depends on a lot of factors. 1) what kind of fencing do you have v. What kind he was used to - if you have electric, and he's used to post & board, I'd say no. Other way around, fine. IF he's used to the same kind of fencing you have, I would take him on a lead, and walk him around the perimeter, and I would let him loose once he settled down - most will relax pretty quickly. For a youngster, I'd take a few days and see how he is, and just make friendly with him. If he were trained, I'd say let him settle, then work him asap.
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