L. Burns, Loudon, TN

“I’ve had Pet Stop for just under a month and it has been working beautifully from the very beginning. The absolutely only issue I have is that now I have to puppy-proof my entire yard instead of just around the cable :). It took quite a bit of convincing my DIY husband to have Pet Stop professionally installed but your product guarantee and warranties won him over and he has agreed whole-heartily that this was money well spent! The underground fence withstood the ultimate test with flying colors with my two big stubborn pups within the first few days of installation when a few deer were at the end of the driveway. After a short time, I felt comfortable with leaving the dogs on their own in the yard during the day and they are always still at home within the boundary when I get home. This product has made life less frustrating and we can now enjoy our dogs – Thank you.”

8 thoughts on “Outdoor Versus Indoor Fences”

  1. I like how you talked about how large to make the containment area for your dog fence before deciding which type to get. If you’re covering a very large area, it seems like a wired fence is smarter, but if it’s a smaller personal property, a wireless one makes sense. Thank you for the information about which to use when for the future.

  2. Lately, I have been thinking about getting a puppy. It is good to know that an I should have a way to prevent my dog from wondering. It seems like it would be smart for me to put up a barrier around my home so he can’t get out.

  3. I like your idea to have toys around the backyard to keep dogs busy and distracted so that they won’t get into the garden so much. My dad takes such good care of his garden every summer and he hates it when the dog gets into his garden and messes things up. I wonder if there is a more reliable way to keep dogs within a certain perimeter to prevent them from going where they shouldn’t go.

  4. It was nice to know that I can actually put up a pokey barrier around the garden since dogs don’t really like to be poked. In my case, I think I need something like that surrounding the house. I am not worried about the garden after all. I am worried that my pup will go out to the streets when I am not looking.

  5. It’s been 8th weeks since our labrador gave birth to her 6 cute puppies. Now, they are already playing outside. To ensure that they’ll be safer and secure, I will ask my husband to install a higher fence with a net for them.

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