One System – Many Uses
The installed electronic fence system can be readily customized to any area, even awkwardly shaped spaces. Features that you particularly wish to keep your pet away from, such as ponds or flowerbeds, can be modified into pet-free zones.
Pet Stop works indoors, too. Keep Miss Kitty out of the nursery or Carson from wandering into the garage in search of trash cans and other sniffable tidbits by adjusting Smart Zones™ inside your home.
Even combine settings outside and indoors for multiple pets. A wide array of zones and perimeters can be customized to fit your every specification.
We fit your every need! Installing your Pet Stop system involves four steps. Our skilled technicians are experts and always happy to explain the installation in more detail with you. They’ll get you started from day one, assisting you throughout the process.
- Bury the boundary wire
- Place the signal transmitter
- Fit and program your pet’s receiver
- Perform the initial training session
Burying the Boundary Wire
We bury the boundary wire a few inches underground. This wire receives a harmless digital radio signal from the transmitter, encoded so it doesn’t interfere with your neighbor’s system and theirs doesn’t interfere with yours. The wire is installed around the entire area in which you want to contain your pet. p/>
Placing the Signal Transmitter
The radio signal transmitter is typically located indoors near an electrical outlet, and where it can be easily attached to the boundary wire.
Programming and Fitting the Receiver
Programming and fitting your pet’s receiver properly is essential. Our technicians are trained to fit the collar to your pet and adjust the correction level to accommodate your pet’s habits and personality.
Performing the Initial Training Session
Training is a crucial part of the Pet Stop method. Different breeds and personalities require different approaches, and our trainers are qualified to custom tailor every training session to ensure the smoothest transition possible for your pet.