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PetCove Wireless Dog Fence & Remote Training Collar, 2.4GHz Non-GPS Fence for Dogs Wireless, 2 in 1 Wireless Dog Fence System, Buzz, Noise, Vibration Collar Electric Fence for Dogs No Wire

(8 customer reviews)

$90.89

2 IN 1 ELECTRIC DOG FENCE WIRELESS – Train and contain with Petcove’s Wireless Dog Fence & Training Collar. Gentle yet effective, it’s the ultimate pet solution for behavior control, and boundary training RELIABLE 2.4G WIRELESS DOG COLLAR FENCE SYSTEM – Skip GPS glitches! Our fence, powered by 2.4G radio, ensures up to 500 ft of uninterrupted play. Clouds and obstacles won’t interfere MULTIPLE TRAINING MODES & ALL-WEATHER DURABILITY – train seamlessly. 2 modes, 10 adjustable levels. Rainproof IPX7 collar for mud-loving pups. Your rain-or-shine solution ONE COLLAR FITS ALL – Crafted for medium to large breeds, our adjustable collar promises a snug fit. Kit includes transmitter, receiver, silicone caps for safety, and boundary flags PRODUCT QUALITY GUARANTEE – We’re your safety and community choice! Lifetime warranty, certified safety, and a commitment that turns customers into family. Join the Pet Cove difference.

SKU: B0CLQF9ZX8 Category:

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Product Description

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Transmitter

The Brain of Boundaries – Directs the signals for both fence and training modes, ensuring consistency and clarity in commands.

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Receiver

The Collar’s Companion – Receives the transmitter’s signal and delivers a gentle, adjustable response.

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Collar

Comfort Meets Control – Adjusts to fit all dog sizes, ensuring a snug yet comfortable connection with your furry friend.

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Flags

Visual Boundary Markers – Plant these around your yard to create a visible boundary line, helping your dog recognize its play zone.

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Silicone Caps

Gentle Touch Points – These caps protects your dog’s skin by providing a soft interface, adding a touch of care to control.

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Comparison Table

Grey + Teal

Grey + Teal

Black

Black

Grey

Grey

Black

Black

Coverage Range

20-500 ft

20-500 ft

20-500 ft

20-500 ft
Signal Frequency

2.4 GHz

2.4 GHz

2.4 GHz

2.4 GHz
Battery Life

Extended Lifespan

Extended Lifespan

Extended Lifespan

Extended Lifespan
Pet Compatibility

Medium to Large Breeds

Medium to Large Breeds

Medium to Large Breeds

Medium to Large Breeds
Number of Collars Included

2

2

1

1
Waterproof Receiver

Waterproof Transmitter

Portable

Robust Reliability

Additional information

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

No

Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

9 x 7 x 3.5 inches; 9.6 Ounces

Item model number ‏ : ‎

PC-PWGRD1-BLK

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

October 24, 2023

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

PetCove

ASIN ‏ : ‎

B0CLQF9ZX8

Country of Origin ‏ : ‎

China

Best Sellers Rank:

#27 in Dog Wireless Fences

Customer Reviews:

33 ratings

8 reviews for PetCove Wireless Dog Fence & Remote Training Collar, 2.4GHz Non-GPS Fence for Dogs Wireless, 2 in 1 Wireless Dog Fence System, Buzz, Noise, Vibration Collar Electric Fence for Dogs No Wire

  1. ricardo portillo

    Easy to setup and it works, recommended if you have large backyard and wants to keep your dog from running into the woods

  2. Steve-n-DorthSteve-n-Dorth

    We recently had a massive subdivision built directly behind our home, and to add insult to injury, they decided to open my dead end road to this monstrosity of cheap housing. Now we have dozens of cars traveling on a formerly dead end street and they aren’t ‘road wise’ becuase for the past 8 years, they haven’t had to be.Installing a chain link fence for 575 feet is anywhere from $16 – 25K. No thanks.This is a decent unit – not the first one I’ve had – but I’m impressed with the unit’s construction and features.I know there are plenty of folks who won’t ever use the “static” feature (the actual “shock” feature) and I’ve rarely used it in the past, except to initially train the critter on the tone, vibrate and zap features. It doesn’t take long, the amount of “shock” is set to just get the pooch’s attention, not shock the dog. After that, a tone usually works, and the vibrate feature does what the shock setting does – gets their immediate attention – without the shock. They also provide a video on boundary training and I strongly encourage anyone who orders this collar/fence to watch that video. then watch it againg.I’ve got 575 feet of yard to do, and this unit provides 500 feet of coverage, so I’ll have to shorten their running area by 75 feet. Not a big deal since 500 feet is a lot of space; likely far more than most folks who’re considering this collar will need.Two quibbles I need to mention here, and neither of them are dealbreakers:1. I can’t tell if you’re able to add another collar for a 2nd dog; I gotta believe you can, I just didn’t see mention of it in the instructions.by the way, you’ll want to read the directions. It takes a bit to figure it out and dial it in, and the instructions walk you through step by step. It’s easy, just make sure you read those directions first.2. The biggest issue for me with these kinds of boundary “fences” is that if you have a dog like one of mine (a mountain cur who is a squirrel/mole/coon/tumbleweed chaser, and especially one who has roamed a bit prior to setting up the fence) and they chase anything across that boundary, they won’t be able to return because the fence doesn’t know which side of the boundary the dog is on.I think if the dog hasn’t roamed beyond property lines previously it won’t be as big a deal. That said, if you have dogs like Curs, Hounds, Corgis, Aussie Shepherds; dogs that herd or hunt – all bets are off because once they become fixated on their prey, very little will pull them off of it.Overall, it’s definitely a decent unit and worth a try. The main thing to remember is that proper training and reinforcement is going to be a must, and it won’t be a “one and done” effort. If you love your pets like family members, you already know this.

  3. Shane

    The Petcove Wireless Dog Fence & Remote Training Collar offers a comprehensive solution for dog owners, combining the benefits of an invisible fence and a remote training collar. Here’s why it stands out:1. **2.4GHz Non-GPS Invisible Fence**: The wireless dog fence operates on a non-GPS 2.4GHz frequency, providing a reliable and accurate boundary for your dog without the need for physical wires. It offers a secure containment area for your pet.2. **2 in 1 Wireless Dog Fence System**: This system serves a dual purpose by functioning as both a wireless dog fence and a remote training collar. It provides flexibility in managing your dog’s behavior and ensuring their safety.3. **Electric Fence for Dogs without Wire**: The absence of physical wires simplifies the setup process. It eliminates the need for burying wires in the ground, offering a hassle-free and efficient solution for pet containment.4. **Shock, Noise, Vibration Collar**: The remote training collar incorporates multiple training modes, including shock, noise, and vibration. This versatility allows you to choose the most effective and humane method for training based on your dog’s behavior.5. **Comprehensive Containment and Training**: The combination of an invisible fence and remote training features provides a comprehensive approach to managing your dog’s safety and behavior. It’s a versatile tool for both containment and training purposes.6. **Wireless Design**: The wireless design allows for flexibility in defining the containment area. It’s particularly suitable for various outdoor settings without the limitations of wired systems.7. **User-Friendly Remote Control**: The user-friendly remote control simplifies the training process, enabling you to adjust settings and provide commands to your dog easily.

  4. Sam

    Living in a small town suburban neighborhood where only the side boundaries of the houses are fenced, makes keeping our dog in our yard a problem unless he’s on a leader. So when I came across this wireless dog fence I figured I’d give it a try. So far it has been successful at keeping my dog from running into the road and chasing cars, so this is a win in my book!

  5. MDP

    Easy to set this up and it works well with instant response. However, our problem dog who immediately runs off at every opportunity so far is just running right through it. You can see him startle at the shock, but it didn’t stop him. This is the second system we have tried and have determined that the systems work just fine, it’s our dog that is broken. We are continuing to work with him but after coming to grips that he may never be able to be untethered. He has plenty of space and a 100ft lead that gives him lots of room to run and play, but we were really hoping to get him off lead. It just may not happen. Again, zero problems with the system itself. Easy setup, easy use, immediately correction. Despite our dog’s failure to conform, I would still recommend this as a cost effective electric fence.

  6. Vanessa CamargoVanessa Camargo

    I recently got this wireless dog fence remote training collar, and although it’s designed for dogs 15 pounds and above (unfortunately not suitable for my pet), the packaging was impressive. I appreciated the inclusion of two toys. The device itself feels solid, comes with clear instructions, and would be a great addition for pet owners aiming to keep their dogs within specific boundaries. Overall, a well-packaged and reliable product for those with the right-sized pets and living spaces.

  7. Mama2boys

    This is so easy to set up and use. I have a fence but my dog can jump it if she wants. This beeps to give a warning and that’s all it takes and she backs up and heads back to the porch. The radius is programmable and can be made higher or lower. It’s a great tool to keep your dog safe and within the boundaries it’s supposed to be in.

  8. Elizabeth Olin

    We have a lot of dogs and are working on fencing the yard for them, but we have a few that are runners. One has gotten out a few times and that’s always scary! This will help so much until we finish the fencing! She was pretty unsure of it at first, but she’s getting used to it. We’re really only using the invisible fence part, so I can’t say much about the training mode, but the invisible fence seems to be working great. The back part of my yard has a bit of a downward slope, so I was concerned about the boundary allowing her to slip under the circle there, but I couldn’t find any issues.

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