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About Us

Ensuring Your Dogs' Safety

Located in the picturesque city of Braselton, Georgia, Superior Dog Fence stands as a beacon of excellence in the realm of invisible dog fencing systems. Our journey began with a simple yet profound mission: to provide unmatched protection for your furry companions while offering unparalleled customer service. ...

Protecting Your Pets, Creating Safe Spaces

Our dedication to excellence is not just a commitment; it's a promise we uphold with every installation. We take the time to understand your needs and customize our solutions to fit your unique requirements. Whether you're looking for a standard loop to protect a specific area or a more complex endless boundary ...

How Do Hidden Dog Fences Work?

There Are Three Components to Every Hidden Dog Fence

  • The transmitter
  • The receiver collar
  • Heavy-duty, solid copper specialty pet fence wire

How It All Works Together

A transmitter is installed in a convenient location, such as the garage or basement. The transmitter sends a radio signal (not an electric current, as some believe with an electric fence). The radio signal travels through the buried specialty pet fence wire around the perimeter of your home.

Your dog wears the lightweight receiver collar. As they approach the established perimeter or buried boundary wire, the receiver picks up the radio signal from the buried pet fence wire. This activates the receiver collar, giving your dog an audible warning to turn back. If they continue to leave the safety of the yard, then your pet would receive a mild training correction, reminding them it is not acceptable behavior to leave the yard.

All collars have several stimulation levels that can be adjusted to meet your dog’s needs. They are all on digital frequencies and will not randomly activate like inexpensive online systems may. Additionally, all collars have a built-in safety feature that does not permit the collars to stimulate for more than 15-20 seconds if the dog is somehow delayed in returning to the safety of his yard—the collar shuts off as soon as the dog returns to the safety of the yard.