Laurie K.

“I was surprised when I called Pet Stop needing a fence for two lab pups (and not knowing much about the way they worked).  My local Dealer, Mike, came out the same day, laid the fence, trained the dogs, and charged a fair and reasonable price.  He knows his business and makes great suggestions. They are owners who take pride in their workmanship and made installing an electric fence a fast and simple event. The fencing has worked great, giving my pups space to run. They adapted to the training immediately.  I would highly recommend this company to anyone interested in underground fencing.  My Dealer is easy to reach with any follow up issues, such as replacement batteries.  You will be very pleased with their services.”

5 thoughts on “How old should my puppy be before being introduced to my Pet Stop hidden fence?”

  1. I have a puppy and haven’t trained with the fence for several years. Training directions are well written. Where can I get the resistors?

  2. I didn’t know that there is a lot to consider when looking into these wireless fences. My dad wants our dogs to stay safe in inside our property. My uncle suggested having pet fence installation and shared this article with him.

  3. I like that you suggested setting up a pet fence with the right size so you can give your dog a visual queue that there are barriers between them and your garden. My mother is planning to use her garden to plant new trees, and she wants to make sure that her new plants are not going to be damaged by her dog. I will be sure to let her consider hiring a professional to install her pet fence.

  4. I’m thinking about getting a dog. I will need to get just the right fence for it. I agree that the containment area is the most important factor of choosing a fence. It’s important to consider the height of the fence too.

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