Pet Containment & Remote Training in One Great System! Keep your dog safe and well behaved with this two-in-one pet fencing and remote training system. Finally you can get an in-ground pet fence PLUS a 150 yard remote dog training collar - All in One!
You can contain your dog within the fence, and also use the same collar for behavior training. The Innotek UltraSmart Contain and Train Dog Fence includes a wireless waterproof remote training feature for on-demand corrections for behavior training, inside OR outside of your yard! The Remote Trainer has 9 levels of correction, a Tone-only mode and can transmit up to a 150 yard range.
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 and dog fence collars, you can enclose up to 25 acres in size and contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by B/ girl on Dec 6th 2011
We used this product for our St Bernard Puppy and we love it... She is staying in the yard with no worries about her running to visit the neighbors. The product is easy to install and the video makes the training easy....
Posted by Jess on Nov 7th 2011
Worked great. I honestly thought that I would not be able to leave my dogs outside off a leash. After following the guidelines, my dogs won't even go near the boundary. Wonderful!
Posted by Cort on Nov 4th 2011
I couldn't be more happy with this product! I have a 6 month old Golden Retriever and he became trained with the fence in two days. I need to explain that I wasn't totally successful with the recommended procedure but the end result was great. I started training as recommended but after two weeks with the flags and no stimulation, he still wasn't backing away on his own. Because he is still a pup, I believe that is because he just wasn't focusing on the task. I decided to add the stimulus and within two days he would stop before the flags on his own. I walked him around the boundary and he learned that quickly. After several more days, I was confident enough to let him roam the yard on his own. There were times he would get to the boundary and get the low level stimulus and would immediately back away. It's now been about two weeks and we have had other dogs in the yard playing with him and he will not chase outside of the boundary. Also, when people walk into the yard, he will not go outside of the boundary. One thing I learned in the process was that initially I had the stimulus set to low and that would not get his attention and he would then get too close to the wire and receive the big hit. This only happened twice before I decided to move the stimulus up to medium. Now he would get a lower level stimulus that did get his attention and he then quickly learned to back away from the flag. Some other experiences to date: I have used the remote to correct some behaviors using only the tone and that has been very effective. I think that is a great tool. I installed the wire above ground using staples. So far this has worked good. The grass is just starting to grow here in Minnesota so it's too early to tell if I will have a problem but so far it looks good. Certainly is easier than digging it it. An interesting note, when I take him into the yard without the collar, he will not respect the flags at all! With the collar on, he won't go near them. He definitely knows what the collar is for. He isn't bothered wearing it but I was hoping he would reach a point where he will respect the boundary with or without the collar. This product is everything I was looking for to contain my dog and I couldn't be happier. I called Inotek several times for advice and they have been extremely helpful.
Posted by Braden on Nov 2nd 2011
Effective product, however, the handheld controller is inconsistent. At times it works very effectively, others it is not responsive.
Posted by The nice enjoyable stay home dog on Oct 31st 2011
Product was easy to install(DYI)and we only had a shovel. Ordered stakes for rocky areas as grass/weeds just grows over it and wire disappeared. Finally, it's nice see our dog and us enjoying our yard together as opposed to us seeing just the back side of the little animal as she ran down the street. What a pleasant attitude adjustment for all.
Posted by Tom University Chemist on Oct 27th 2011
Have an American Bulldog and a pit bulldog mix, each breed having their own unique traits. The American bulldog has less neck area sensitivity while the mix would not concentrate during training. The Amer.Bulldog initially could run through the fence with a narrow field and the mix was clueless why he would get tone and feel the correction. Both have since ""found the fence,"" noticing the flags and tone. We have not yet begun removing flags until we reach our desired field width without run-through issues. Adjusting the width and intensity corrected the Amer.Bulldog and corrective exposure has given the mix impetus to hear and visually notice the fence boundary. Both dogs have been efficiently co-contained, after extensive daily exposure to fence (2 weeks), followed by response training (2 weeks), and then monitoring for a month, over the last month. The above ground wire was not optimal for all fence installation sites. To avoid wire damage issues from the mower we used a combination of above-ground and in-ground wire (~4 in deep for in-ground), installed ~50:50 distribution around a 2 ac. yard space in one day with one digging and one burying.
Regarding the 'and Train' capability, the pitbull mix puppy has tended to jump on smaller or less confident guests. The ability to correct in the presence of a crowd of guests is now easily done with only a tone warning, which has made having guests and his training for guests much easier. We found, to our relief, that just a tone alone gives good persistence of correction across many contacts. We have not had to use the 'and Train' capability with the Amer.Bulldog due to his gentle (though bulldog-stubborn :-)) persona and have not yet begun using the local indoor field unit but plan on using it for kitchen counter food issues.
Posted by HarmonyGrace on Oct 24th 2011
The set up and training were very easy, using th erecomended training method, my dogs had it down in just a couple of days - the remote and flags worked great as training aids - now we don't even have to turn it on most of the time!
Posted by Unknown on Oct 21st 2011
"The containment fence works well - I have it on the lowest stimulation setting and have no problems with my Lab getting out, providing I have the collar on tight enough.
The 'training' component is a useful addition, although I have not used it in ernest. The best thing about it was that we took the flags and collar on vacation and made a 'virtual fence' around the property. Our lab was already trained to the flags at home, so a short session on the lead and using the sound only stimulation as we reached the flags solved our vacation containment issues too! We do have a VERY trainable lab though - might not work for everyone."
Posted by Ioana on Oct 19th 2011
thank you radiofence.you made our life easier and our dog's days happier..I already recommended you to my friends and they have the remote trainer for their huge rottweiller very happy people now and well behaved doggy in the house and in their yard
Posted by marbear on Oct 19th 2011
We have a hyper dog & it has really helped to calm him down. No more jumping on counters or people. Stays in yard and he knows his boundaries. just a few hours to install & it has made all the difference in our life.
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