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PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Pet Fence for Stubborn Dogs – No Wire Circular Boundary, Secure 3/4-Acre Yard, For Dogs 5lbs+, America’s Safest Wireless Fence From Parent Company INVISIBLE FENCE Brand

(10 customer reviews)

$343.39

About this item FOR PERSISTENT PETS: Great for the most hard-to-train pets a tone-only mode and 5 levels of static correction adjust based on how your dog responds during training PROTECT A 3/4-ACRE YARD: Create a circular boundary that adjusts up to 3/4-acre (22 5 -105 ft in all directions) from where you place the transmitter indoors NO DIGGING OR WIRE TO BURY: Sets up in just a few hours; a wireless boundary allows you to create a secure barrier around your yard to protect your pets without the time or hassle of burying wires MOST ACCURATE WIRELESS FENCE: Our proprietary circular boundary gently guides your dog back to the play area PORTABLE: This portable system is terrific for camping, vacation homes, or anywhere you travel with access to an outlet STATIC-FREE REENTRY: Unlike traditional in-ground fences, this wireless fence allows your pet to return home without being corrected if your pet passes the boundary TRUST THE BEST: Our proprietary circular boundary gently guides your dog back to his play area RECHARGEABLE, WATERPROOF RECEIVER COLLAR: Wireless fence system comes with 1 waterproof, rechargeable receiver collar that comfortably fits dogs 5 lb and up and adjusts to fit neck sizes 6-28 in

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Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

12 x 11.9 x 10 inches; 5 Pounds

Item model number ‏ : ‎

PIF00-13663

Batteries ‏ : ‎

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

March 7, 2019

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

Radio Systems Corporation

ASIN ‏ : ‎

B07P68FCHJ

Country of Origin ‏ : ‎

Vietnam

Best Sellers Rank:

#13 in Dog Wireless Fences

Customer Reviews:

5,900 ratings

10 reviews for PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Pet Fence for Stubborn Dogs – No Wire Circular Boundary, Secure 3/4-Acre Yard, For Dogs 5lbs+, America’s Safest Wireless Fence From Parent Company INVISIBLE FENCE Brand

  1. Keith B.

    I’ve had my Pointer on the Pet-Safe system for one month. I’ve waited to review to make sure the system works. I was very skeptical before purchasing because my dog is highly active. Seems ADHD. When let to run free, he will always pick up a scent, and then he’s off for the running. Nothing will call him back! I will eventually get a call from the police in the nearby town, or the kennel just up the road. We are on ten acres, semi-rural, just within the city limits. Would love to just let him run. But?? Anyway, the Pet-Safe. I received the system about a month ago and will share my experiences.Day One: I set up the system, established the perimeter at the maximum range, white flagged….. I then put the Pet-Safe collar (at level 3) on the dog and walked him (his normal lunging from side to side) out to the perimeter. When approaching the perimeter, he would stop and just look around like “What is going on?”. I would return to the safe zone and then walk out to another flag at the perimeter. Same thing, “What is going on?”. Then return to the safe zone. We did the entire perimeter this way, and then called it a day.Day Two: I now set the level on the collar to 5. We did the perimeter walk the same way, but this time the collar got his attention and he would initiate the return to safe by himself. We made the entire perimeter with the same results. I decided to take a risk and let him run free, even though it was just day 2. He loved running free, and when nearing the perimeter, he would run back to me and sit there for a moment (while receiving praise and petting). I let him run for another twenty minutes with the same results. We called it a day.Day Three: I put the collar on him and let him run free. We enjoyed positive results and he never left the perimeter. I let him run for another half hour, then called it a day. I removed the Pet-Safe collar from him and went to turn the collar off. But, what I noticed was that I just now turned it on. Uh-Oh, I had neglected to turn the collar on when I put it on him. But, he had responded as though the collar were active. Wow, was I surprised. Trained by day three!?!This is a dog that could never be called back if he picked up a scent, which he always did. We now get to run free twice a day (usually), and have never had a failure. A few days ago, I pulled my flat bed trailer around to the back area of the property, well beyond the Pet-Safe perimeter. My dog followed and I wondered what would happen. He followed right along, but at the perimeter he immediately bolted back to the safe zone. Has done wonders for his disposition. I had to be trained too. I now make sure I’ve viewed the on/off status of the collar.I would like to comment on the system installation. The instructions mention that the system does not work well if installed near steel. My shop and all my outbuildings are covered with corrugated steel roofing and siding. I had to install this in my shop. Works fine and I’m achieving a consistent perimeter of a 150′ radius.I would like to offer an update to my above review. We are now about six months into the use of the PetSafe system. Nothing has changed from my original review. Stills works great. Not one glitch. My GSH Pointer really loves to run. He looks forward to it every day. There have been times that he’s come running back to me on his own, sitting there with an “expression” on his face as if to say “OK, I’m done now”. This has really helped with his overall behavior (much less destructive), and my feelings toward my dog have greatly improved.

  2. Christine Vogt

    Works exactly as it should. Super easy to get the perimeters set. Good deal for the price!!

  3. Brandi L.

    This product was easy to use and easy to train our dog. We moved and needed to keep our dog away from the road. She has done excellent!

  4. Carrie Hiltz

    I was really hesitant to get an electric fence, because I felt like it was mean, and wouldn’t work. And we tried the kind with a wire for our English Setter, which you have to burry and oh my god that was awful. It didn’t work at all, and the dumbest part of was that if he went past the boundary it would shock him when he came back! So we returned that awful contraption and had given up. But then we got a husky/German Shepard puppy, and letting them out became impossible. They would run all over the place and get into the neighbors compost, not to mention the the husky hates being indoors and would just whine all day wanting to go out. So we finally decided to try this wireless fence. We live close to a main road and have a lot of neighbors, and with two very energetic dogs that want to be playing outside with each other ALL day, we didn’t know what else to do.I was a little nervous/intimidated when we got the wireless fence in the mail, but the set up was really easy. I plugged in the base and took the collar out. The beeps to let you know when you’re getting close to the boundary line and nice and loud and easy to hear, unlike the beeps for the other fence we tried which were so faint you could barely here them at all.I set the fence up in the middle of winter, so the flags were really hard to see, because of all the snow. I read the whole training manual, but I didn’t end up following it. I walked the dogs around their perimeter a couple times on a leash, and then let them explore on their own. I started out using the short prongs and the lowest shock level for the husky puppy (who was 6 or 7 months when we got the fence). He went right through the barrier and didn’t seem to feel any correction, so I switched to the long prongs and turned the collar up to mid/high level. He only had to get shocked once. I felt really bad when it happened, and he was scared to go outside alone for a few days after, but we’ve had the fence system for several months, and he he understands the boundary now, and won’t go passed where he hears the beeps. The training situation was similar for our English Setter who is 4. We had to order a second collar for him, because the fence system only comes with one, and the first one we ordered took batteries, instead of the rechargeable one the fence came with, so I had to send that one back for a rechargeable one (because who wants to deal with batteries). So it ended up being a couple weeks before we were able to train the English Setter on the fence also. We were more worried about him, since he’s a bird hunting dog, and will take off after birds, and also because the first fence with the wire we had to bury didn’t work at all. He has short hair so we did the short prongs on his collar and set it to the mid/high level. He also got shocked once, and for about a week would only hangout in the middle of the backyard, but now he’s completely comfortable going outside. The dogs can go out together and play for hours and I don’t have to worry about them running off. People will walk by our house with their dogs and our dogs will just sit on the front lawn behind their boundary line and won’t go passed. My boyfriend can leave the house in his truck while they’re out there and they won’t try to follow him. Which really surprised me about the English Setter, because he used to take off after him all the time.In short, this fence system has been amazing for us. Our dogs are so much happier now that they can go outside and get exercise whenever they want. They get so excited when I put their collars on, because they know it means they get to go outside. I take their collars off when they come inside, and never leave them on overnight, and I haven’t noticed any type of irritation from the prongs. The collars last a couple weeks before they need to be charged. I charge them when I see the collar beep red, which only takes a couple hours. I can’t recommended this fence system highly enough.

  5. Just Jacqueline

    We live in the country with our two dogs. This collar system works amazingly well. Please follow all instructions for best results. This product is definitely a game changer. We love how well it works.

  6. KK

    The system takes some time to get the correct boundaries set and marked because it creates a circle around the unit. It can only be adjusted to make a larger or smaller circle around the house or wherever the unit is plugged in. I should have gotten this before we installed a fence. Our husky got out at least 8 times by digging under the fence and one time digging a hole in the floor in front of the sliding door. She no longer wants to go near the flags in the yard. She stays in the fenced in and invisible fence area now. Highly recommend for diggers and runners. I purchased an additional collar for our retriever even though she has never gone out of the fenced area or the yard in general.

  7. JW amazon user

    This thing works. Our pup is just a year old so it was time to move from the steel cable we had for a while. He broke the pulley and stripped some of the plastic coating. He is the definition of a stubborn dog. Totally lovable, but really stubborn. Whenever he went out (which he *loves*) he was on the leash or the wire. Not so much fun for him. We positioned the broadcast unit and then moved it one room over to get the best coverage for our lot. He runs full speed around and around. He is one happy pup. You may want to go to Lowes or similar for taller white flags ($6.98 for 50). They are easier to see. Well worth it. Your dog will love you for it. (you may want to get a sign to alert delivery people – there is even one for “place packages here”)

  8. terra campbell

    My foster dog had been scaling my fence every day when I left and came home before I got home.. day 1 with this collar and one lap around the yard to show her her perimeter and she doesn’t leave my yard at all. I can leave the gate wide open and she won’t leave. And she is an escape artist!! This was worth the money and definitely saved her.

  9. Working fine thank you

    My dog stays out of trouble

  10. Abgajo

    We have only had this a month but it has worked for both our dogs. They dont chase after animals outside the barrier. The sound is enough warning. They both got shocked once and that was enough.

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