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Reviews in San Antonio for Dog Fence Installation

Invisible Fence
5.0
Company was great. They came out same day we inquired about product. They looked at property and met our dog (Lola, a four month old Doberman puppy). Gave complete explanation of service and good brochure with all info. No hard sell. We contacted them the next day to tell them we wanted to proceed. They returned for installation within the week. They then returned to train us and Lola on its use. A little expensive, but well worth it for us. Got a containment system in place quickly for our very energetic dog. Works very well.
- Elizabeth M....
Invisible Fence
5.0
Paul was very professional and explained all of the different systems. I chose the higher end system with a backup battery. I also chose the indoor wireless shieid. Paul installed the indoor wireless shield and showed me how to train her. She wears a collar that is set with the shield. We placed little white flags in the entry way. The shield gives off a little beep and if she retreats that is all that happens. If she does not retreat, there is a corrective action. The response was immediate. I could not believe it. Even tempting her with her favorite treat, she would immediately retreat when she heard the beep. We did the training for two weeks (that is per my choice) to get her used to the system before going outside with the training. The fence for the outside was placed about one foot from the fence. They bring in a machine and your grass is not even disturbed. The fence also goes around the front of my property. We received 3 training sessions (and Paul schedules them according to the dog's needs). Fiona can now go outside and I do not have to worry about her escaping. She is still getting used to it and spends a lot of time on the deck. But she does go out in the yard occasionally by herself. Paul is always prompt in returning phone calls. He also has a real concern for animal and does not want to traumatize them. He said he has never lost an animal (which I was glad to hear). He spends lots of time with you explaining and teaching you how to train your dog. Also, Paul did not want payment until the job was finished!! He had been working with me off and on for one month before he wanted payment. I am considering having this system put in my parents' yard because they keep Fiona for me at times.
- Denise S....
Invisible Fence of Greater San Antonio
5.0
John Powers was terrific. He was professional and thorough. He diagnosed the fence problem and checked/adjusted pet collars. We have had very poor service with a similar company based in Fair Oaks Ranch, not professional, no following up on battery subscription, giving us mis-information. John did so much to restore our faith in Invisible Fence. This was money well spent and we will definitely call on him in the future.
- Cynthia M....
Dominion Fences & Decks
3.0
I recently had a large-scale rebuild completed at my home after water damage with installation of 7 full-lite windows and a full-lite door in my sunroom. I was looking to have someone install a dog fence to keep my lab away from these windows and door so he couldn't scratch them. I called four fencers in the SA area on Monday, March 10 to schedule an estimate and Dominion was the only provider able to come out same day or rather answered or returned my call in a timely fashion. Considering all of the favorable reviews on Angie's List I figured the estimate would be a formality more or less. It seemed an added bonus that they could actually send someone the same day. The Rep arrived on time if not a little early and was actually the owner's son, Adam Rampersaud. He came in the backyard and I did my best to explain what I was looking for. Perhaps I wasn't articulating it well. Admittedly, I was open to suggestions and looking for an expert's opinion of what might not be such an eyesore but rather be functional as well. He abruptly told me at one point that my idea made no sense. I offered at this point to go get a can of spray paint (as other drainage/tree/etc contractors carried on them) to illustrate what I was looking to fence off with a gate. This seemed to help. I then asked to see his portfolio for ideas on design as I was open to wrought iron or wood depending on the difference in price. I commented on one photo in the portfolio and Adam said, "Yeah, that's tacky in my opinion but it was a lady in the Dominion and that's what she wanted." He seemed to believe the spacing of the pickets was a poor choice and "tacky." I was a little bit taken aback at this point - unprofessional comment number one. He then tried to sell me a fence stain on the proposed new and already existing fence which I understood the sales tactic but I reminded him that in order to do that I'd have to lose all of the beautiful ivy on my existing fence. He showed me stain samples and I asked him what color a part of my fence was already stained. (It appears the previous owners got lazy and stopped.) He looked at the area and said, "It looks like an ugly sequoia." I'm not sure if I gasped out loud but my jaw dropped. He then said, "Not that I'm calling your fence ugly." Unprofessional comment numbers two and three. He was on a roll. He needed to call back to get pricing on fence footage for both wrought iron and wood. (I was surprised he didn't know this off the top of his head.) He proceeded to argue with the man on the phone and then said, "Dad, gaw, I just forgot it - just tell me the price!!! THANKS." And he hung up. I asked if he was the owner's son and he smugly said he was part owner in the company. (Now I was really surprised he didn't know pricing.) Maybe it was an off day but I was wondering if the highly rated Dominion company had actually showed up at this point. He said the company was so super busy so it might be awhile till they could get started but then recanted quickly and said they could start that week and tried to get a commitment from me. At this point, I questioned the company's professionalism and decided I needed to sleep on it if anything. I told him I would know by Wednesday. When Adam called and left a message on Wednesday, March 12, he couldn't remember at first it had been just two days prior that he had come out. It was obvious he either didn't have the estimate in front of him or hadn't reviewed his notes before calling. The follow up voice mail was equally disappointing but not surprising. I actually had a coworker listen to the voicemail without telling him about the site visit to get his opinion. My coworker was equally unimpressed. I've spent a fortune on this house in past nine months and have dealt with many providers. I've gone with low bids to high bids and everywhere in between but ultimately it came down to how my meeting with the rep went. If I liked someone, they usually got my business because I realized if something didn't get handled, I would feel comfortable asking them to handle it. Adam didn't give me that feeling. From criticizing a previous customer (and really his company's work), to the sagging jeans and boxers, disrespectfully talking to his father on the phone, criticizing my home and thoughts, and being ill-prepared at time of estimate and for the follow-up, he lost my business before the estimate was even handed over. What a shame. I will continue to shop around despite their otherwise high reviews. I just didn't want to deal with unprofessionalism and its inevitable headaches.
- Jessica M....
Alamo Pet Doors & Pet Fences
1.0
We were not satisfied with the representative that they sent out here. He really overpriced us so we ended up going with another company. We were not happy with Alamo Pet Doors. He quoted us a price of $5000. The other company is going to do my entire backyard which is about half an acre for $5000. We decided not to use them. The first impression was that he wasn't knowledgeable with the type of fencing that we were wanting. I would not recommend them to anyone.
- Linnard F....

Animal Fencing in San Antonio

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4.8

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Recent Review: We tried to use an Invisible Fence to keep our two-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer and three-year-old Pit Mix in our yard. It didn't work--not even a little bit. When we told Pet Playgrounds this, they were more than accommodating--especially when we stressed that the Pointer is a TSA Explosive K9 and we CAN'T have him getting loose. Victor and his employees (and his adorable 10-year-old Golden) showed up at our house early to install our fence. So far, the dogs have LOVED LOVED LOVED having their own personal dog park in our backyard. The MAX Strength was definitely the way to go as both of our dogs are chewers and Houdinis. They can't break through the fence. They can't chew through it. They can't jump it. They're totally safe and confined to the backyard. It's fantastic. I'd highly recommend Pet Playgrounds to anyone interested in keeping their dogs in their yard. It's way less expensive than a traditional fence and it's far more reliable than an electric fence.
5.0

(1)

Recent Review: John Powers was terrific. He was professional and thorough. He diagnosed the fence problem and checked/adjusted pet collars. We have had very poor service with a similar company based in Fair Oaks Ranch, not professional, no following up on battery subscription, giving us mis-information. John did so much to restore our faith in Invisible Fence. This was money well spent and we will definitely call on him in the future.
4.9

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Recent Review: Arrived on time. Completed work same day. Cleaned up well. Professional and polite with my wife.
4.4

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Business Description: So you want to improve your home... Perhaps finish a project that your responsibilities will not allow. Have you always wanted a backyard that you could be proud of...or at least private in? Are you tired of parking on the street instead of in your own driveway? Are there things that you wanted to do ever since you bought your home but have never gotten the time or thought you had the money to do. Well, all these things can be a reality and probably for a lot less of your hard earned money than you think. You see at Dominion Fences we realize that you work hard for your money and so we make sure that you get your money's worth out of whatever home improvement that you are looking to do. Please browse our site and feel free to ask to have me come over to your house and we can talk it over together. Thank you for your time, Dennis Rampersaud Owner, Dominion Fence & Decks
4.5

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Business Description: Alamo Pet Doors & Pet Fences specializes in all types of pet door installations in the San Antonio metro area. We are the experts in providing solutions for pet owners in need of freedom from the everyday hassles of letting their pets do their business outside. These hassles include spending lunch hours traveling to and from work so that Fido can relieve himself, being woken up by a whimpering pet due to bladder or upset stomach problems, house destruction by pets that are bored or frustrated wanting in or out, worrying about their pets being outside in frigid or intense summer heat waves, and many more. Alamo Pet Doors & Pet Fences has been in business since 2006 and has less than 5 employees, chances are that the owner will be met during the job.