Save thousands and assemble it yourself.
A couple from Colorado purchased our DIY Dog Fence Kit and installed 900 linear feet of fencing on their rocky Colorado land for their 2 awesome dogs. Watch their personal experience assembling our DIY Dog Fence Kit.
How much does it cost?
- 4 foot fences are $6.50 a foot
- 5 foot fences are $7.50 a foot
- 6 foot fences are $8.50 a foot
What do most people buy? The most commonly purchased kit is approx. 200 feet of our 5 foot high fence with one gate for $1,700 – shipping included. The 1st step is to measure your yard.
If you wanted to get this same 200 linear foot kit installed professionally, your total cost would be $3,075.
Compare how much you can save. Use our fencing calculator to find out how much you can save with a Pet Playgrounds Dog Fence compared to traditional fences like chain link or a decorative wood fence.
Want your Dog Fence professionally installed instead?
We provide installation services nationwide for any kit over 200 feet in length. The cost for installation services is $6 per linear foot and $175 per gate.
Find the wait time for your region, by entering your zip code.
Still not convinced?
Here is our step-by-step video tutorial so you can learn how to build your own DIY Dog Fence Kit. Don’t want to watch the entire 18-minute How to Install a DIY Dog Fence video? Skip to the Installation Chapter that interests you.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Dog Fence
How do you measure?
- Walk the area you want to enclose
- Count your steps
- Multiply your steps by 2.5x
Once you measure your yard, you can get an immediate on-screen quote and purchase your kit right here on our website.
What you are seeing here is a tree that has fallen down on a Pet Playgrounds Dog Fence after a hurricane and how it was repaired in just minutes. See the how our fence compares with traditional fences after a storm here >
With just $85 of parts and 20 minutes of time, a Pet Playgrounds dog fence can easily be repaired. It could cost thousands to fix a wood or chain link fence.
However, something to keep in mind is that if you call most traditional fencing companies they would require at least 14 days to schedule your install and your dog will still likely be able to escape and many times when an installer runs into a boulder or another obstacle they will charge you more – we don’t.
Think an invisible wireless underground dog fence is cheaper than out DIY Dog Fence? Well, it’s not. Let’s compare the costs of both.
Still have questions? Schedule an appointment with a Dog Fence Expert.