Safety and security for your pet! The Innotek Standard Pet Fence with patented run-through prevention and timeout between corrections help your dog learn his limits quickly and safely.
This easy-to-install underground dog fence set the standard for results you can trust. Designed for yards up to 5 acres in size, the ultra economical Innotek Standard Electric Dog Fence features a water resistant collar to offer secure, reliable pet containment.
Cut Your Pet Fence Installation Time in HALF & Avoid The Back Breaking Task of Burying Wire. Use Our "Pet Fence Staples" to Install Your Underground Fence - Above Ground!
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 Unknown on Apr 19th 2012
awsome I love it
Posted by Ol' Wiley on Apr 13th 2012
Can't complain. First battery lasted almost 6 months. Picked up some replacements online cheap. Keeps our Basset Hound mix from chasing rabbits all night long to who knows where. Have recommended this setup to friends.... it was nice and cheap and has worked great.
Posted by blue on Apr 13th 2012
fence does not appear to be as strong as previous fences that i have used, my dogs will go through fence!
Posted by Braduce on Mar 26th 2012
After using another brand containment system and having very poor results, we decided to try this one. Mostly due to the price being so affordable, but I cannot imagine anything more expensive would work any better with my dog. My dog learned fast and now I am able to keep him contained in my yard with no effort. Thanks for the wonderful product.
Posted by Caseman on Mar 26th 2012
Shocks but doesn't hurt.
Posted by Shush on Mar 26th 2012
The radio fence has kept our two border collies within our yard most of the time; the times they have gotten out (when we weren't around to see what happened) they did not attempt to cross back inside the fence, which suggests they did either get zapped or at least knew they could if they crossed again. So mostly it's been very helpful, and they certainly now know where they SHOULD be. It was hard to set up a ring that did not encircle the house (there should be an easier design to do this; we had to run wire up our house onto the porch roof to just enclose the back and side yards). One collar battery was either defective or weak; when we replaced it we got fewer breaches with that dog. In sum it's not a perfect solution for us and our dogs but has worked pretty well overall.
Posted by Angie on Mar 9th 2012
I purchased this product about 5 weeks ago and it is the single best decision i have ever made. My dogs, one of whom is a chocolate lab & the other a bulldog/fiest mix live in the house & were already trained on shock collars but we still had to be outside with them to give them warnings with the remote when they got too close or crossed the boundaries. My son who is 17 & I installed the fence with ground staples and covered about 1 1/2 acres in aprox 2 1/2 hours total. We then put the collars on the dogs and stayed outside with them to verbally warn them when they were approaching the danger area. My bulldog took one correction and never got close again. It took the lab a couple more times but now these dogs will not leave our yard for ANYTHING!! It is wonderful to let them run off much needed energy and not have to be continuously watching!!
Posted by Tracy Adams on Mar 9th 2012
We have not fully installed our underground fence yet, but we are loving it so far. It was not that hard to install. I called the the 800 number several times, they were very helpful with the questions I had for them. I also went the site for videos to understand splicing better. Ultimately it is keeping our dogs in our yard and not allowing them all over it the yard so they aren't pooping where my daycare kids play.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 9th 2012
Fence is doing it's job. At first we didn't think the shock was going to be hard enough for my Dobby because she walked right over the wire but now she has learned the beeping sound means to go back. So far it is working great. She has not went in the road. Thanks
Posted by Unknown on Mar 5th 2012
Okay, so installation was a pain, but I now LOVE this fence. My 6 month old bulldog/boxer mix only had to get shocked once and he has never crossed the fence again! I love it.
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