Kool Diggs Doggy Day Care & Pet Containment Systems of NY
Kool Diggs Doggy Day Care
Oneida Shopping Center at North Main Street
Route 46 North
Oneida, NY 13421
Pet Containment Systems of NY
We're your local Pet Stop Dealer. Our staff has assisted our customers in keeping thousands of dogs safe and in their own yards. If it is children, other dogs, wildlife, or the busy road that makes your dog want to leave home, we can help. Our staff has the experience to make you and your dog’s life a happy one.
We offer the following services:
Expert - Pet Friendly Design The design of your pet containment system is critical to the success of the system. This is why we offer a free no-obligation, in-home consultation. With our trained staff, we will be able to detect any potential problems that may need special attention and make necessary adjustments to ensure your system keeps your pet safe in your yard.
Pet Training The key to any successful dog fence system is the training and no two dogs are alike. We’ve trained hundreds of dogs over the years to respect their boundaries and stay safe in their yards using stress free techniques.
Installation Construction today is filled with underground wires for cable, electricity, telephone and many other home enhancements. That’s why you need an experienced installer to ensure your system will be installed properly without causing signal problems or areas where your system will not work.
Continued Service Service after the sale! We service all brands of pet fences! Our products are compatible with most brands sold today. Regardless of brand, look to us for quality service.
Battery Plans Nothing is more important to the successful operation of your system than the battery you use in the receiver collar. By buying batteries from us you are assured of always receiving a fresh and tested battery that’s right for your collar. We guarantee every battery we ship. We even offer a battery plan where a fresh battery will be shipped to you on time when needed.
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