How Pet Stop is installed 

Installing your system involves 4 stages:

Burying a wire (loop wire)

Placing a radio signal transmitter in your home

Fitting and programming your pet's collar

Professional Trainer Performing the training session

See a Sample Installation Plans

Stage 1: Burying the Loop Wire

The loop wire is typically buried a few inches underground and carries a harmless radio signal. The signal is coded so it won't cause interference to your neighbor's system and theirs won't interfere with yours. The wire is installed around an area in which you want to contain your pet.

Stage 2: Placing the Radio Transmitter

The radio transmitter is typically located near an electrical outlet and where it can be attached to the loop wire. 

Stage 3:  Programming and Fitting the Collar

Programming and fitting your pet's collar properly is essential to making your system work. That's why it is so important that a Pet Stop Dealer adjusts the correction level and fits the collar to the size of your pet. 

Stage 4: Initial Training Session

Initial training is equally as important. Different pet breeds and personalities require very different approaches. Your Dealer is qualified to adjust the training to ensure a smooth transition for your pet. 

The DEALER difference

Pet Stop is only sold through exclusive and professional Dealers. Most dealers have been in the business for years and are experienced in their operations. New Dealers must go through specialized training before receiving certification. 

Dealers use only the best materials. The wire is rated for underground installation for a long and useful life. Dealers use only irrigation approved splice kits. We install a 14 gauge wire, not smaller 16 ga. or 18 ga. wire like some companies. The wire has a coating that is specifically designed for underground installation. 

Each and every one of the Pet Stop Dealers is a skilled pet trainer that have trained thousands of dogs to pet containment systems. Their skill and competence gives them the ability to understand your pet's behavior and customize the system with settings appropriate for your pet.