K-Pups uses a combination of technology and training to teach your dog their boundaries and, if you like, to avoid gardens, pools, couches, rooms or any other area you want your dog to avoid.
We offer onsite training with certified trainers and ongoing support to make it easy to train your dog to the fencing system. You can train as many dogs as you want on the same system, each dog needs a Micro-Programmable receiver collar. Training takes between 7 and 10 days on average.
Our modern, GentleSteps training program will help your dog first learn the boundaries and then…to avoid them. Marking flags are placed around the perimeter to offer your pet a visual cue to help recognize the new boundaries. These flags are paired with a tone warning, and an electronic correction. The level of correction is adjustable for different personalities, temperaments and breed characteristics.
A tiny receiver worn on your dog’s collar picks up the digital radio signal and issues a warning tone and then an electronic stimulation to teach your pet to avoid the boundary.
We treat every home and yard with the highest level of respect and want to leave as little evidence as possible that we were even there!
We use the highest quality direct burial grade wire available. It is professionally trenched in on average of 4” deep. Our proprietary machines cut an incision into your turf with a custom knife that feeds the wire behind it automatically. In thick healthy turf, most people have a difficult time locating where the cut is after we are done. The flags and tire tracks from our machine are usually the only visual clues as to the location of the wire.
Chose where you want your dog to be able to go. These are examples of our most common layouts, but we can create almost any custom area you'd like!
Our most common layout is the perimeter. The benefits are that your pet is protected from unexpected escapes from any doorway as well as having freedom to play in your entire yard.
This second layout is very common also, sharing all benefits of the perimeter loop, yet if you let your dog into the back yard, they cannot get to the front and vice versa, as the side yards are blocked.
This third layout requires us to run two wires in the back yard and it can be done for back yard or front. This layout is most commonly used when we cannot go around the whole house, such as in a condo or town home.