How it works:
- A small wire, approved for underground burial, is buried just beneath the surface of your yard (indicated by the dotted line in the illustration).
- This wire is connected to a small control unit called a transmitter, which sends a radio signal through the buried wire.
- Your pet wears a special computerized receiver collar. If your pet gets too close to the wire, the collar beeps and administers a brief correction. In just a short time, your pet learns to respect the new established boundaries.
- As you’ll discover, the Pet Stop system is designed to give your pet freedom to run and play in the yard while keeping him out of harm’s way.
Following a couple weeks of training, your pet will be able to freely roam the yard, unattended, confident and safe. Pet Stop is here to work with you each step of the way. Your pet’s safety and happiness is our top priority.
Generally speaking, there are three types of fence layouts. Note that all three tend to cost approximately the same.
The Perimeter Loop
This is our most common and the most straightforward layout. The side facing the street is often pulled in closer to the house.
The Hourglass Layout
This layout consists of a pair of loops in the front and back yards. With this setup, your dog can freely move about in either yard, but is unable cross over from one into the other. It is our second most common fence layout.
The Double Loop
The double loop is used to fence off only the front or back yard. It is most often used on the occasion that difficult terrain prevents the installation of a full perimeter loop.