DogWatch of North Alabama

By Jonathan Cantrell, and Britta Cantrell Owners

DogWatch of North Alabama is a locally owned and operated business that pays attention to every detail of your pets’ safety. Since we are Huntsville based we know your neighborhood.

Being life-long animal lovers, owners Jonathan and Britta Cantrell along with their DogWatch team have one common goal…To Keep Pets Safe At Home.  We take great pride in offering the best in customer service as well as the best in pet containment and training products. DogWatch of North Alabama and the Tennessee Valley is truly your one-stop-shop for all your pet containment and training needs!! 

Why should I use DogWatch of North Alabama?

Freedom & Safety for your Pet

DogWatch® Hidden Fences keep your pets safe. The Hidden Fence creates a secure boundary to keep your pets safely in your yard and away from places you don’t want them, such as gardens, swimming pools and driveways. With a Hidden Fence, your pets can run, play and exercise so they stay happy and healthy. Hidden Fences are also commonly known as wireless fences, underground fences, invisible fences*, and electric fences for dogs. Our product is customized with your pet in mind.

The World’s Most Intelligent Pet Containment System.

Battery Status Alerts

Sends an alert when it’s time to replace the SmartCollar™ battery. A notification will appear on the WebApp and will disappear when the battery is replaced.

Boundary Wire Alerts

Sends an alert if the boundary wire is disconnected or broken. A notification will appear on the Web App and will disappear when the boundary wire is repaired.

Power Loss Alerts

Sends an alert if the power goes out and the Transmitter starts running on PowerPak™ battery back-up. A notification will appear on the WebApp and will disappear when the Transmitter is reconnected to power.

Collar Connectivity Alerts

Sends an alert if your SmartCollar does not connect with the Communication Portal – for example, if your collar’s battery is dead, if your collar is damaged from a dog chew or if the collar is out of range of the Portal. A notification will appear on the Web App and will disappear when the SmartCollar reconnects to the Portal.

Transmitter Connectivity Alerts

Sends an alert if the Portal loses its connection with the Transmitter for more than one hour. This could be triggered by a loss of power, lightning or surge damage. A notification will appear on the Web App and will disappear when the Transmitter signal reconnects to the Portal.

Customizable Notifications

Set which Alerts you want turned ON or OFF. You can also choose between email notifications, text message notifications or both.

Add Additional Contacts

You can add multiple contacts – such as family members, pet sitters or dog walkers – and choose which text message/email alerts you want them to receive.

Activity Tracking

Monitor your pet’s daily, weekly, and monthly activity levels. Find out if your dog has been Active, Moderately Active, Lightly Active, or Resting.

Monitor System Settings

Review your system settings anytime, anywhere. The SmartFence WebApp displays your SmartCollar’s training level and the Transmitter’s training mode, rate, frequency and range.

Multiple Pet Profiles

Add and track multiple pets within your SmartFence WebApp. Create individualized pet profiles for each pet.

Satisfaction Guarantee

We offer a 30-day Equipment Buy Back if you are not satisfied with your Hidden Fence.

We have a 4 yr old beagle that I thought no fence would keep him in he was digging under chain link. We had Dogwatch installed about 1 month and he has not got out any, not even when another dog is walking up the street or chasing a cat out of garage. I would highly recommend this system for any pet you want to keep in.” — Stan Spray, Huntsville.

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