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How Do You Install an In-Ground Fence?

Have you been thinking about installing an In-Ground Fence™ system at your home? Wondering what the steps are and how difficult it would be to install? The fall may be your last chance to install an in-ground fence system before winter weather. Follow these 4 basic steps to install your new fence.

1. Plan Your Layout.

pet fence layout

In-ground fences are the most customizable containment option to keep your pet in your yard. Give pets free reign of the yard or only let them play in part of your yard. You can even keep pets away from certain areas like the garden or pool.

2. Install the Transmitter & Wire.

pet fence transmitter

Install the transmitter and bury wires in your fence. With some basic DIY knowledge, you can set up your in-ground fence system in as little as 2 days. Watch how easy it is to bury wires in your yard. Renting a trencher is a big help!

3. Set Up the Collar.

pet fence collar

Fit the collar on your pet and find the right correction level. The transmitter and collar work together to keep your pet in your yard. The transmitter sends radio signals to the receiver collar your pet wears. Your pet will learn to listen for a warning tone that reminds him of the boundaries.

4. Train Your Pet.

pet fence training

Teach your pet to respect the new yard boundaries in only 2 weeks. Boundary training can be a fun bonding experience for you and your pet. Most pets will learn to stay within the boundaries with a few short training sessions every day for a few weeks.

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