Pet Containment Services and Products We Provide

  • Installations Complete pet containment system installation and training for your dog.
  • Service Calls

We Service all Brands of Electric Pet Fence Systems

At Connecticut Pet Containment, we can repair any brand of electric pet fence.

Services We Provide

    • Wire breaks
    • Temporary wire
    • Relocating wire
    • Repaired wires
    • Replace transmitter
    • Section off area
    • Surge protector
    • Batteries
    • Nylon collar
    • System testing
    • Flags
    • Cut driveway / Caulked
    • Relocated/sectioned
      off areas. Yard, pools and garden
    • Extra training to the system

Portable Indoor System – for Pets 8 Pounds and Up

A safe and easy to use system, effectively protect as many areas as you need by keeping your pet away from areas in your home like away from trashcans, off furniture, and more. Put it anywhere, in a plant, next to the front door, hanging on a wall or in a drawer. Although the transmitter is designed for indoor use, it can also be used in a garage or under a covered patio where a 110 outlet is accessible.

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If you are a new pet parent Congratulations! You have decided to take the next big step in expanding your family, soon you will be welcoming a four-pawed bundle of love into your home. While your pet is growing, one of the most important things to understand as a pet parent is that your dog needs the freedom to run in a safe area around the yard. You don’t want to find yourself driving around your neighborhood, calling out the window for the family dog, you’ve probably thought about Pet Containment systems. There are many reasons for using pet containment systems, including health, leash laws and good old neighborly courtesy. While there are many conventional options such as wooden, rail, or chain link fences, one of the most popular alternatives to keep your dog safe and happy on the yard is an underground pet fence.

Why Invest in a Pet Containment System

As a pet owner, keeping your dog safe and happy around the yard is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. There are many reasons for using pet containment systems. First of all, Your dog needs exercise. Needs space. Your enjoy your dog's freedom in roaming your yard, but you have to protect your dog. Cars pass in the street. Your neighbor doesn't enjoy your dog's freedom at all when your dog wanders into his yard. And you want to keep your dog out of your flowerbeds, or swimming pool, or some other area on your property. Fences are expensive and make your yard less attractive. A pet containment system creates an invisible barrier that your dog learns not to go past, giving you the safest, most secure and most customizable option available. The essence of our service is forming a relationship with our customers one on one, helping them to understand completely the pet fence system, providing years of safety and security for your pet.

How Our Pet Fence System Works

The containment system gives your pet the freedom to safely explore the surroundings within a specified hidden boundary. The system works by sending a radio signal from a transmitter to a receiver collar worn by the pet.
1. Determine the Layout of Your Fence
The pet containment system is completely customizable to any shape of property and can be used to keep your pet away from off-limit as areas such as gardens or pools. Choose a great layout that works for you and your dog.
2. Select a Transmitter Location
The wall mount transmitter is your pet's fence controller center. The transmitter sends a radio signal through the fence wire. The transmitter needs to be located in a dry, indoors area such as a garage or utility room. The radio signal strength can be adjusted to radiate up to 15 feet from the wire to allow protection of flowerbeds and walkways; 4-6 feet being optimal for training.
3. Receiver/Collar
The light receiver worn on the pet's collar. The receiver has a Contact points that touch your dog's neck. The receiver picks up the radio signal being radiated by the wire as the pet nears it.
The receiver first warns him with an audible tone as your dog approaches the boundary warning zone. If he continues towards the boundary wire, the receiver will give him a brief, harmless level electrical correction delivered through the contact points. The correction is meant to get his attention, but will not cause harm, discouraging him/her from crossing the boundary, until he returns to the Pet Area.
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We can also accommodate multiple pets and offer separate settings to fit the individual temperament of each pet. Unlike conventional fences, there are no worries about open gates or pets digging or climbing out of electronic dog containment solutions.
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4. Training
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During initial training, flags are placed at the boundary to offer an additional visual reference to both you and your dog. Dogs quickly learn to stay away from the perimeter of their invisible safe zone. Buy spending just 15 minutes a day working with your pet, he can be fully trained in few days. For more information bout training, please click on Top Tips page. You will fine a complete guide for training the dog to the system. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.