You love your pet and she loves her freedom. Are you concerned her curiosity will tempt her to wander away or into the road?
You need an inexpensive pet fence system to keep her in your yard, and the Innotek Basic In-Ground Dog Fence will give your pet her freedom but also keep her safe at home. With this system you can cover up to 5 acres of property and contain multiple pets if each is wearing a receiver collar.
In the matter of a few hours, you can design a custom fence to meet your dog’s and your needs. The Transmitter sends a radio signal through the wire buried in your yard or you can use our pet fence staples to install the wire above ground. The wire acts as an antenna to send a signal to the Receiver Collar. Your pet hears a tone as she approaches the wire, and will feel a harmless static correction if she tries to leave your yard. This deters your pet from crossing the boundary. In the beginning, the boundary flags provide a visual “fence” for your pet to see where her boundary is located.
After you install your system, you will train your pet on a leash until you feel comfortable letting her roam freely. We recommend two to three training sessions every day lasting about 10 to 15 minutes each. Depending on your pet, it may take up to two weeks for your pet to become fully trained to the system. Once she is, you’ll likely find your pet has become more confident and enjoys the freedom the fence provides.
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This Pet Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags, you can enclose up to 5 acres in size. With additional collars, you contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by Bruce A. on Jun 18th 2014
We have had the fence for several years, and recently added a second dog. This a a good system, and we have been very happy with its ease of use and simple installation. It is well worth the investment.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 8th 2014
I just laid down the fence wire and have tested it but not yet tried to train the dog yet. So Far the test has been a success. Training will start next week.
Posted by Frank on Jun 4th 2014
System was very easy to understand and install. Following the training cd has worked very well, my dog was responding to the beeping sound on the second day. We will continue training I think the innotek system I going to work great.
Posted by Dan on May 22nd 2014
Easy to install, ITS WORKS and it was affordable. Excellent tech support if you need it.
Posted by Unknown on May 16th 2014
cheap and effective way to keep our dog in the yard. this is the third one we have had ion 10 years...they keep getting fried by lighting strikes (no fault of the product) so it is recommended to plug the receiver into a surge protector. other than that we love it.
Posted by Unknown on May 5th 2014
loved the fence and the price was good too
Posted by Unknown on Mar 13th 2014
The first transmitter died while placing the flags. Innotek was quick to replace the bad unit with a good one and so far so good. My dog, a small but stubborn Lhaso Apso, didn't really pay much attention to the beeping. Once I switched out the plastic prongs for the metal and introduced the shock he started paying attention to the beep and stayed away from the warning zone. I'm still training, but it looks like it will work well.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 16th 2013
The fence works good.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 27th 2013
I have been very happy with the underground system. My dog has been great and I dont have to worry about letting him go outside.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 26th 2013
We wanted to expand our perimeter for our two dachshunds as we used a wireless system before. We suffered from VERY frequent battery swaps, random shocks in the house, and lots of issues during bad weather.
I did my research and found that the SD-2000 was the standard by which all fences are judged. I have to say that the price was shockingly good. A system, an extra collar, and lots of extra wire had me ready to fence at < $200 - simply a bargain for a two-dog system.
My only advice would be to buy pre-twisted wire if you have a "no" zone (a non correction feeder line to your real perimeter). You can get quality feeder lines here or just about any place that sells fence systems.
The result? Zero issues - happy dogs with a HUGE area to run and play! We are a solid month in and both receivers still show no change to battery voltage. The collars appear quite rugged and I expect long life on my dachshunds even though they are only 4" off the ground.
Batteries are inexpensive and collars are priced so well I may buy a an extra to have on-hand in case my dogs do break one. I never considered that with our more expensive wireless system.
Bottom line: bargain priced system that reliably contains your dogs for years to come. If cost is an issue, choose the SD-2000 and don't look back. If money is no object, one of the higher priced PetSafe models may be more appropriate. If I were to do this whole process over again, I would not have changed a athing - very pleased with the Innotek system.
BTW - I had a receiver that did not want to turn on unless the battery was "just right". A phone call to Radiofence.com had a replacement collar at my door in 2 days! Superb customer service - and I can highly recommend them to all my friends.
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