Hear what our customers are saying about the Dog Fence DIY difference:
We had gotten a new puppy and wanted to keep it safe in the yard and not have it run into the street to “greet” the neighbors or anyone else who might be in the road. Not everyone one who walks likes dogs. We didn’t really want a above ground fence since the dog could dig under that and it would mess up the look of the yard. After calling a few places that installed dog fences, I began looking on the internet to see what I could find out. My husband thought it was something we could do ourselves to save some money. We were getting prices like $1200 for 1/2 an acre and 500 for an additional 1/2 acre. We were looking at fencing in about an acre and a half.
I came across the Dog Fence DIY site and really liked what I saw. The products looked good and the videos were well made and funny. I did more research to see what we would need to dig the trench and how much that would cost. Looked around some more but kept coming back to Dog Fence DIY. I had bookmarked it so it wasn’t hard to get back to. I looked at the wireless system but decided it wasn’t for us. I had some questions so I called the number at Dog Fence DIY and they were very nice and helpful. I ended up getting the Innotek Ultra Smart IUC 5100 Contain and Train plus 500 extra feet of wire. We were able to do our own yard for about $400. We rented a trencher for $72 and had the fence installed in 1 day. We trained “Daisy” to the fence in about 3 days and she has been great with it and it is working great. I would recommend Dog Fence DIY to anyone and often do.