Central Wisconsin DogWatch Hidden Fences

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Small dog walking perimeter of hidden fence with owner

Soon your pet will be free to run the yard without worry.


Areas Served:
Wausau, Merrill, Antigo, La Crosse, Sparta, Wisconsin Rapids, Marshfield, Stevens Point, Waupaca, Oshkosh, Fond Du Lac, Rhinelander, Medford, Marinette, Oconto, Shawano, Eagle River, Portage, Tomahawk, Minocqua, Wisconsin Dells, Montello, and Surrounding Areas.



DogWatch Sign with Fence Flags

DogWatch Hidden Pet Fence Training

No Two Dogs are alike and No Two Pets need the same training with their new containment systems.

golden labCentral Wisconsin DogWatch Hidden Fences will introduce you to your dog training routine and provide the initial training. To follow this initial training by Central Wisconsin DogWatch Hidden Fences, you will need to reinforce what your dog already knows and here's how.

To keep your dog out of other's yards or away from your swimming pool or patio, follow the steps outlined here. In order for your dog training system to be most effective, first place the DogWatch collar on your dog and walk the dog to all areas of your yard, near the boundary flags, several times a day for at least four to five days.


leashThe leash is very important, because you must be able to pull the dog back to safety and praise the dog for returning to reinforce the training. For your pet training system to be successful, the keys are consistency and repetition. Praise the dog immediately upon re-entering the safe zone.


Checking out the hidden fence systemDo not allow your pet to run freely in the yard during the training period, and avoid leaving the property for walks unless you leave by car and carry the dog. This is to prevent confusing the dog about leaving the yard. After the dog has a good understanding of the audible warning, release the animal for short periods of time unattended. Gradually increase the time your pet is allowed outdoors unattended for the first few weeks.


Get your pet back in the yard to play!