San Diego Pet Fence 
"Sometimes, being a friend means protecting your friend" 
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Layout Considerations:
  • First, all wire must be looped back to the originating point.  The transmitter has a variable range from 1 to 3 feet from each side of the wire.  The range is even over the entire length of the loop.
  • Twisting the wire removes the wires ability to send a signal to the collar.  Anywhere the wire is twisted is a open zone and is not restricted.
  • Running the wire on a wall or near a window will restrict your pet from that area even inside the house if they can come closer than three feet from the wire.
  • Wires are easily cut by gophers, squirrels and gardeners.  If the wire is not in a protected places such as on a fence, it should be installed in conduit to prevent damage.
  • To get wire across concrete we will use our concrete cutter to slice a groove in the concrete.  We usually do this in an expansion joint.  We reseal the cut after placing the wire.
  • Loops must be at least 3 to 6 feet apart.  This is used when creating a run without going all the way around the house.
  • Installation usually takes one to three days depending on the complexity of the installation.

Pool and play yard protection

Protecting Deliveries

Saving the Garden

We like to say, where there is will, there is a way.  Running the loop so it works for you is our specialty.  Let's get together and find the best system for your pets.

We also have if you want to keep your pet off the kitchen counter, out of the trash, away from a piece of furniture (or a whole room) or to keep him from running out an open door. And don't forget to check out the Remote Trainer by Petsitter!

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