Wireless Fence
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Keeping your dog from running into the street or getting lost after leaving your yard are major concerns for pet owners, but building a fence isn’t always simple. Neighborhood codes may specify certain types of fences, and costs can be prohibitive. Electric fences can pose their own problems, since most models need to be buried under the perimeter of the yard.

If these barriers are preventing you from letting your dog roam around the yard, the PetSafe wireless fence may be the perfect solution.

Easy Installation

Unlike traditional electric fences, the PetSafe wireless fence involves no digging. The system can be set up in as little as one to two hours, and serves as a portable containment solution for dog owners who frequently camp or travel with their pet. A transmitter emits a radio signal in all directions, and allows you to define the pet area of up to half an acre.

Pet Safety

This wireless fence is safe for dogs over eight pounds. The collar can be adjusted for five levels of correction depending on the size and age of your dog, and has a tone only mode that can be used after your dog learns to recognize the fence boundaries. The waterproof receiver is also safe to use in all climates.

Training Guide

Pet owners who have never used an electric fence before will benefit from the included training manual, which gives you the tools to safely train your dog to recognize PetSafe wireless fence boundaries. The warning tone also beeps as our pet approaches the edge of the boundary zone.

PetSafe Wireless Fence Pet Containment System available from Amazon

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