Mark Dandridge

“I live on a farm with our two Australian shepherds.  Having two young and energetic dogs, they had already been in trouble with the neighbors.  Then, after being in front of a judge, convinced me that something had to be done.  I had always been skeptical of the underground pet containment fences but needed some solution to contain the dogs while giving them a large area to run and play. I contacted Pet Stop and they offered a quick and easy solution to our problem as well as a guarantee that the fence would keep the dogs contained.  Following the training instructions provided, the dogs quickly learned their boundaries.  For almost two years, our dogs have run free and we have the assurance when we leave that they will be there when we return.  It works!  I would highly recommend the system and my Dealer to anyone seeking a safe and secure option for their pets.”

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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