Home Uncategorized PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Pet Fence & Replaceable Battery Collar – Circular Boundary Secures up to 3/4 Acre Yard, No-Dig, America’s Safest Wireless Fence ( Packaging May Vary )

PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Pet Fence & Replaceable Battery Collar – Circular Boundary Secures up to 3/4 Acre Yard, No-Dig, America’s Safest Wireless Fence ( Packaging May Vary )

(10 customer reviews)


3/4 ACRE OF CIRCULAR COVERAGE: Sets up in just 1-2 hours and creates a circular boundary that covers up to a 3/4-acre yard (22-105 ft in all directions) from the placement of the indoor transmitter 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. Waterproof collar adjusts to fit neck sizes 6-28 in MOST ACCURATE WIRELESS FENCE: Other wireless pet fences have unreliable boundaries that could correct your dog in his home 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 PORTABLE: This portable system is terrific for camping, vacation homes, or anywhere you travel with access to an outlet WATERPROOF COLLAR: The waterproof collar comfortably fits small, medium, and large pets 5 pounds and up and adjusts to fit neck sizes 6-28 inches; compatible with all PetSafe Wireless Fence transmitters LONG BATTERY LIFE: The collar battery lasts up to 2 months before the low battery indicator alerts you to replace the battery; uses the PetSafeRFA-67D-11 battery

SKU: B01DZS4PSQ Category:


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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎


Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

11.49 x 11.65 x 10.31 inches; 5.51 Pounds

Item model number ‏ : ‎


Batteries ‏ : ‎

1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

March 31, 2016

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

Radio Systems Corporation

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Best Sellers Rank:

#22 in Dog Wireless Fences

Customer Reviews:

3,848 ratings

10 reviews for PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Pet Fence & Replaceable Battery Collar – Circular Boundary Secures up to 3/4 Acre Yard, No-Dig, America’s Safest Wireless Fence ( Packaging May Vary )

  1. Tracey

    We bought this wireless fence almost a year ago. At the time we had two dogs, a Pitty/Border Collie mix and a Miniature Schnauzer. Training them to respect the fence was so easy. In July we added a Yorkie/Doxy mix that was a stray and we took her in after she was dumped. So we bought a receiver collar for her. We just adopted a 6 year old Mini Schnauzer. Since this fence has worked so well, here I am to purchase yet another collar. They are not cheap! So that should tell you what we think of them having bought 4 in the past year.The first ones we bought we have changed the battery only twice, the one bought in July- just changed that battery last week. They come two in a pack for $14 at Tractor Supply. Oh and when we travel, say to visit family. You just unplugged the device, bring it and the collars with you. Doesn’t take up much space and is so helpful!Can say enough good about this product.

  2. Amazon Customer

    The system is very well put together in that there is a website that shows your property and the boundaries based on your input as to the distance from the device. Also the installation and training directions are easy to follow and thorough. The only downfall so far, and I haven’t been able to train my puppy (5 month old lab) on it yet, is the flags are too appealing to my dog and for every one I put in the ground he pulled out. So, I have had to resort to Plan B which is to purchase driveway stakes that are orange and 2 feet tall. Although I imagine my puppy could pull them out if he’s super motivated, they will be more of a challenge than the small flags.

  3. Sofia I.

    I use it on my pitbull so he doesn’t leave the yard. Works great! He now knows that if he hears the beep he better backup. No need to dig underground like other wireless fences. This has a hub that connects from inside my house to the collar my dog wears out in the yard. You do have to buy the battery for the collar from them but it’s reasonably priced and you can set it up to have it auto shipped to you. Their customer service staff is great.The only downside is that if you lose electricity the hub does not work. You have to have a backup plan if that happens.

  4. gointadacottage

    Works great with my Petsafe Stay and Play wireless fence. I like the battery after what happened with my rechargeable collars. The rechargeable receiver wireless fence collars that came with the fence broke after a few years.Unfortunately the plastic cracked on both of them. I checked them before putting them on all the time. The first one cracked from the post to a corner. Second one cracked while my Boone dog was wearing it outside. It malfunctioned when it broke and he came yelping to the door. It was shocking him for no reason. I took it off and saw it was cracked and leaking acid. Checked the dog and cleaned off his neck with baking soda poultice to neutralize it but he was already burned by the acid. Trip to vet and after healing he is fine but I needed new collars and didn’t want to have that happen again! I had to get him a harness to wear while healing and he had to go out on a line so he wouldn’t go visiting.He and his sister love to play outside and there are no fences where we live. Too much snow in winter. I found this one that has the batteries and it said it is good for all the wireless fences Petsafe makes. It works really great and I don’t have to worry about the acid. Buying more batteries on Amazon cheap because it ran out. Battery lasted a long time. Even with dead battery Boone dog stays in the boundries when the collar is on him.I don’t want to tempt him though. The squirrels are out of their winter holes already and that will test his will to stay inside the wireless perimeter. Can’t blame him for that! Pic is of them outside in the snow. The poles sticking out of the snow are for the bow gate on my 5 ft high horse panels and the snow is more than 5 feet deep where the dogs are standing. The horses are on a farm in the lowlands in the winter. Too much snow for them here.

  5. HeatherHeather

    I purchased this because my unruly cat finally jumped the fence to escape the yard when he was given outside time. (It was only a matter of time) He is cat-aggressive to other cats and despite being nurtured, always wants to go after them. If he escapes he thinks he is wild, and will suddenly go feral. He attacked me one night as I tried to pick him up to bring him inside after the time he jumped the fence. At that point, I knew I had to do something. So this is what I turned to. (I’m not going to declaw him)Yoshi is roughly 15 lbs. The device is a little big for him, but not too big. It works for him. If you have a small cat that is around 5 lbs, the device may be too bulky.The diameter is round so you’ll want to have some indicator to the animal of where their boundaries are. I have it a little around my rectangular fence. It only goes off at the corners, and about 10′ past my chainlink fence on the long sides. It comes with a test device so you can see exactly where it beeps and shocks. The shock levels are adjustable. The circle is widely adjustable to your liking, many sizes to choose from until it’s just right. You have to set it up each time when you use it, as it cant be out in the weather. I just put it on a cinderblock out back where I established to be a good spot, and run an extension chord out to it. It’s set up in the backyard, and does not activate at all in the house. This is perfect because I dont want him to be punished when he runs inside. I take it off right away when he comes in.He is still learning the boundaries. But, the device works perfect on my hard headed, wiley cat. After a beep or shock, he runs straight to the door so I can let him inside and give him treats and positive reinforcement. This is essential. He does not hate the collar. Put it on the animal a few times in the house with it turned off. Don’t let them associate the collar with anything negative. He doesn’t mind wearing it because he associates it with fun outside time.I don’t usually leave reviews, but my situation is unique and potentially valuable for cat owners. It’s difficult to find any cat reviews for this product, and a positive one at that.

  6. General Customer

    This wireless fence system is very easy to install and works very well for our high energy dog. Our property is not fenced, but is essentially flat so we were able to achieve a consistent boundary perimeter. We bought a package of 100 yellow plastic flags and are using them rather than the 50 flags included with the system, as we needed that to achieve an even ten feet between flags. We followed the training instructions exactly as described, and by the second day, our dog would not go so far as to be within the buzzing-alert range. The first 4 days of training, I kept him on the leash and walked in all directions towards the boundary, multiple times each day. He consistently initiated “putting on the brakes” as we approached the boundary, so I would lavishly praise and reward him. Days 5 – 8, I still kept him on the leash and added distractions. He completely restrained himself and would not pursue the toys or people approaching until they were far enough within the boundary for the dog’s comfort. Days 9 – 30 (we’re currently on day 24), we moved to unleashed supervision and play. We’ve successfully played fetch an unlimited number of times every day and played endlessly with the kids. If the ball happened to land too close to the flags, he would not go get it. Or, if the kids left the boundary, he would not follow them through it. However, one afternoon around day 17, a cat was meandering within the boundary and the dog saw it from inside and went nuts. When I let him out the door, he chased the cat through the boundary. He got alerted and zapped but didn’t stop until he was a hundred yards away. Then he came to a complete stop and walked back to me. We walked inside the boundary and I praised him for coming back within safety. Following that, I walked the boundary with him on leash again and he would not go anywhere near the edges. After that we went back to unleashed play and supervision, and he has not chased anything through the boundary again. Two days ago, as we went outside, we surprised the cat, who ran away quickly. My dog gave chase for about 6 feet, then stopped well within the boundary and just turned around and looked at me. I praised him lavishly again. I’m very optimistic that this will be a reliable, long term solution. I recommend it.

  7. Mackenzie Moody

    I was skeptical this thing would work honestly but it does exactly what I wanted! My puppy needed some boundaries on our land we just moved to and there are other dogs around I needed to make sure she wouldn’t wander around to them and get hurt. The training with her on this was very minimal, we did follow the training instructions for about a week and then she completely understood. It’s been about 6 months now and she can go without the collar and she will stay in her boundaries on her own. I have complete peace of mind with this now! It did take some trial and error to get the right distance set up for our property but you really only have to do that once so it wasn’t a big deal! The annoying thing is that when the power goes out the unit starts to beep until you unplug it, which is great to notify you to keep your pup safe! But we have had a crazy amount of storms recently and have had to get up in the middle of the night to unplug it multiple times. Also I wish they had more collar color options!

  8. Runner

    We have two different collars, one rechargeable and one with batteries. Batteries die quickly, constantly buying batteries or charging collar daily!!! Does not give us a piece of mind especially since we live out in the country and people are speeding down the road!!!

  9. Kristy Mariano

    Loved that we were able to adjust the coverage Agee. Very easy to set up and the training instructions were great.

  10. ChelseaChelsea

    The media could not be loaded.  We bought one when we adopted a 18 mo old lab. We have 3.5 acres not fenced so we figured this would be easier. I don’t trust leaving him outside while we are gone. I believe there are sort of “dead” spots maybe? We have the box almost in the middle of our house and sometimes I feel like it shocks him and sometimes not when he goes out of the boundaries. He will straight up run down the road next to the truck almost to the end before he goes back (I see him on our cameras). My mom also bought one for her 6 year old dog because he keeps randomly running away for a day or 2 and then shows back up. She also felt like there were dead spots so she didn’t 100% trust leaving my dog out alone when she watched him while we went out of town. Her dog is more of timid baby so he doesn’t test the limits like our dog. We have the shock on the highest setting but it’s also not easy to understand how to do the settings even with me being tech savvy.

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