Do you have a rocky yard? A sloped yard? Have you been given an incredibly expensive quote from a traditional wood or chain link fencing company? Leveling an entire yard would be expensive, impractical and time consuming. Our Dog Fence solves all these issues. Our featured testimonial is from Sandy, a foster pet parent from Connecticut Pet Rescue. She shows how our fence can be installed with a difficult back yard. If you don’t want to watch the whole thing you can jump to these important clips with the links below. Sandy also tells the story of how her invisible underground dog fence, worked for 3 years for her dog Tazy, but stopped working when Tazy learned that all she had to do was run through a 5 second shock to play with other dogs.
Small dogs are awesome. Most of the time they are easier to care for and groomers charge less to cut their nails too. However, even small dogs need exercise. Your high energy small dog will inevitably get into trouble if their physical exercise needs are not met. They will become bored and will use their pent-up energy to chew holes in your favorite shoes or dig escape routes under your fence in the backyard. Yes, even small dogs need to be prevented from accidentally leaving your yard and getting hurt.
A husband and wife purchased our DIY dog fence kit and installed 900 linear feet of fencing on their rocky uneven Colorado land for their 2 awesome dogs. Here’s a video of their experience installing the fencing system. This is a great way to see if you’d like to install your own fence or if you’d like a professional to install it instead.
A corner post should be used on a 90 degree corner to join two lines of fence. Corner posts can be used for odd angles where the angle is closer is between 45 and 90 degrees. An angle of 45 degrees may require a corner post, depending the tension of the cable. Additionally, If you do not want to attach our kit to your house and are creating a free standing enclosure you’ll need to add 2 extra post corner kits to assemble your kit. The video describes this process as this is the most common use for corner posts. [fve]https://vimeo.com/173953337/[/fve] The principle of bracing a corner post is simple. Do to leverage, the greatest tension on the post is along the horizontal wire furthest from the ground. Using a brace kit we are able to transfer that tension back …
Are you a renter or a homeowner looking to move soon? Great! Pet Playgrounds has an affordable physical dog fence system that you can take with you when you move. Our fence is perfect for renters, homeowners in a HOA (Home Owners Associations) and anyone else that needs to move or modify their fence. Why? Watch our FULL installation video to learn more. You can skip to the section How to Take the Fence with You to see how easy our fence is to move.
Our Pet Playgrounds dog fencing system is so flexible that it can be used in a variety of ways.
This customer already had a decorative fence but it wouldn’t keep her beagle mix in the yard, so we installed a Pet Playgrounds non-electric dog fence kit and left her decorative fence completely in place!
In another installation we had a customer that had a decorative iron railing system but it didn’t wrap around his entire property. So we took care of finishing enclosing his property for him. We highlighted our fence here so you can actually see it. It really is nearly invisible.
Have a rock wall? Not a problem! Our fence can be installed without removing your beautiful rock wall. It’s so flexible it can installed virtually anywhere.
These are just some of the ways you can install your Pet Playgrounds dog fence kit, or one of our professional installers could do it for you! Call us at 1-800-985-9202 for more information, or start shopping now!
Recently a customer called us because their current fence was not working. They had a pit bull and when they let it out in their yard it would climb their fence. This customer had BOTH a wooden fence and a chain link fence, but these traditional fencing systems could not contain their large dog. This is because wooden and chain link fences actually act like a ladder and assist dogs in climbing over a fence.
Even though our fence is incredibly strong, it is also incredibly flexible. We utilize 11 different components to assemble our fence, but our 1000 pound break strength polypropylene mesh is what helps dogs like this pit bull stay on their property. The material is strong enough to bounce right back up after a hurricane, but flexible enough so that dogs are not able to climb it. The material feels more like a net than a ladder to a dog. Additionally, our dig guard which is assembled from our commercial grade 18 gauge metal hex wire which has been UV protected and vinyl coated prevents this large dog from digging under as well. All our of kits come with REAL climb, dig, and chew protection and our kits also have the added benefit of keeping coyotes, deer, and other dogs out as well.
PETA field tested our non-electric dog fence kit and loved it! We shipped PETA a 5 foot dog fence kit with a gate. PETA found a family that had two dogs that were living on a leash. Like PETA, Pet Playgrounds believes all dogs deserve to run free so we were ecstatic that our dog fencing system was going to be used to improve the life of two wonderful dogs. Scroll down to check out the pics of PETA installing and testing our unique DIY dog fence system for these two wonderful dogs.
PETA loved our product, and has now included us in their PETA Business Friends Program. We couldn’t be happier. In fact, we are ecstatic. Why? Because the authority on humane treatment for animals has professed their love for our product. Our product is the most affordable and most effective way of letting your dog run free as well as well as protecting your dog from running away and being attacked from other predators (like coyotes, or other stray dogs).
Use coupon code PETA and save 5% off of the purchase price of your DIY non-electric dog fence kit. When you use this coupon code, we’ll send an additional 5% right back to PETA to help animals in need.
See how easy it is to install a Pet Playgrounds DIY dog fence.