Electric Dog Fences
We are based in Attleboro!
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Canine Concepts is based in Attleboro, MA and can take care of all your electric dog fence needs. We install new dog fence systems and also repair existing hidden dog fence systems too!
Our company primarily focuses on keeping your dog safe in your yard and we offer complete training to make sure that it is done the right way! Training your dog to a dog fence usually takes less than two weeks and you can start soon! Once you have made the decision for us to install the fence, we can usually do it within a week or so!
Start the process with a free dog fence consultation by filling out the form above and we will get back to you soon!
How It Works
The most common configuration is shown below and is typically a large circle to encompass most of your yard. Any type of variation can be made as long as the wire completes a loop of sorts. There is then a control or 'twist' wire that goes inside a garage or your house to plug into the control box.
The wire is trenched into the ground about four inches and scarring on the grass is either very minimal or not seen at all in less than a month of good grass growing!
The wire produces a radio frequency that will trigger the rechargeable dog collar to go off at a certain spot in the yard. The collar will give an audible warning to your dog and if they continue into the boundary zone, they receive a static correction or shock.
The graph below is a guideline of how the wire emits the radio signal. The distance from the wire to the boundary flags is dependent on how tall your dog is. So if you have an 80 pound Golden, the flags will be about five feet away from where we have to trench the wire for the system.
This is a very basic explanation and your yard may have different obstacles and variables to it. Please feel free to call or email us with questions or fill out the form for a free consultation!
Thanks for your time and take a look below for some local dog information for your pup!
Dog Friendly Places around Attleboro, MA!
Listed below are some great places to bring your dog around in the area and get them outside. These are perfect places for a leisurely walk, day trip or a picnic lunch! Whether you have just moved here or maybe had never known about them, consider one of these places the next time that you venture out with your pup. Everyone could use some quality time outdoors! It's a great way to let your dog really stretch their legs and get some energy out. The next best thing, of course, is to let your dog run safe and free in your yard with an electric dog fence that acts as their boundary!
Nickerson Walking Woods Preserve
Richardson Ave, Attleboro, MA
This is a relatively small but very nice walking path.
Generally it is not too crowded and is a good place to go and
unwind after a busy day and walk with your dog.
Remember to always keep them on a leash and pick up
after your pet!
World War I Park
365 Elmwood St, North Attleborough, MA
High-point of the park offers panoramic views & memorial a garden,
plus playgrounds, picnic areas & a zoo. A big attraction is the large
slide that is a big hit with the human kids!
It is asked that you keep your dog on a six foot or shorter leash and to keep them at least 30 feet away from any of the animals on the property.
As always, please pick up after your pet as well!
Attleboro & N. Attleboro Dog Registration
Whether or not you choose to install an electric dog fence in Attleboro, MA or North Attleborough, MA both cities require that you register your dog with them. It is not expensive and could save you a headache down the road should anything happen with your dog. Click on the underlined city to go to their website to register your dog!
Friends of the Attleboro Animal Shelter
27 Pond Street N, Attleboro, MA
If you are looking to adopt your first dog or add to your pack, we recommend taking a look at local shelters first. These dogs are all heart and just looking for someone to curl up with on the couch. We do our best to support local shelters and they can always use the support! Click on the banner above to check out their website.
Good luck finding your new best friend and congrats on giving them their forever home!