hudson valley’s safest, most reliable hidden dog fence... no getting around it.
We understand that your pet is an important part of your family. With our outdoor hidden dog fence and indoor pet containment systems, you can have peace of mind about the safety of your dog or cat.
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Hidden Pet Fences - Freedom and Safety for Your Pet
The most important reason to choose an underground dog fence from DogWatch® is because we care as much about your pet as you do. Our Pet-Friendly™ products and owner-friendly service are designed to give you freedom and flexibility while keeping your cat or dog safe at home. If you want the best pet containment products for your furry companion, be sure to ask for DogWatch by name.* And, don't forget, a DogWatch Hidden Dog Fence works great for cat containment, too (indoors and outside)!
Trade-In Opportunity (for Invisible Fence®, PetStop® and other systems)
If you have an Invisible Fence®, PetStop® or other professionally installed hidden fence, we’d be happy to upgrade you to a DogWatch system. We make it easy for you to get the very best! In most situations we can use your existing buried wire, so all we have to do is swap out your equipment and adjust the settings. We’ll even discount the cost of the new equipment!
DogWatch® is not Invisible®
DogWatch "hidden fences" are often mistakenly referred to generically as "invisible fences". Invisible Fence® and Invisible Fencing® are Brand names, products and registered trademarks of Radio Systems, Inc. Click the links below to learn more:
- Compare DogWatch to Invisible Fence®
- Compare DogWatch batteries to others
- Read an independent dog fence review
- Trade-in your Invisible Fence® system
Love this company! I was comparing between two companies and Dog Watch is definitely superior. They offer underground tubing for your fence wire, which no other company offered, a lifetime warranty, and by far the best customer service. The fence works great and my dogs are so happy to run free!
From the 'DogTails' Blog