Add Another Cat (or Small Dog) to your in-ground fence. Works with the In-Ground Cat Fence, Indoor Cat Barrier and all PetSafe In-Ground Fences.
This receiver/collar is specially designed safety collar with nylon web construction with an elastic safety strip that will stretch in those instances where your cat is exploring in a tight place.
You can increase or decrease the correction to meet your cat's training needs. This collar is light and durable, and can be set strong enough for the largest and most stubborn cat.
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Posted by Unknown on Apr 23rd 2012
my two yorkies are 4 and 6 pounds,and runners-if the door openened they could squeeze in through and around feet to get out.They run like rabbits and will not come until they are ready.We were afraid they would get hit,lost or even eaten by hawlks or othere animals in our area.The dog fences are too strong for them-cat collars solved our problem perfectly..we insatalled a pet door and they can go in and out as they like.It only took one shock (we did have the flags up at first)they never went outside the boundries again.What a piece of mind! we have the system at home -the cottage and our home in Florida
Posted by Unknown on Mar 6th 2012
My 4 indoor cats pretty much destroyed my old house so when I moved to a brand new one I needed to control where they could go while giving them freedom to move around in allowable areas. I also needed to keep them away from a door to outside since my heavily wooded area would be dangerous to them should they sneak out. The cats adjusted to the collars in a day, I was surprised at just how fast they caught on and am still amazed at how well it works.
Posted by Karen on Jan 28th 2012
We have a cat that decided to start peeing on our living room furniture, over and over.......We tried everything to stop her. We were so frustrated that we contemplated putting her to sleep. We luckily were struck by inspiration and desperation. We ran invisible fence wire under the furniture, under the floor (we have suspended ceiling in the basement).
She now has the run of the entire house, except for the area immediately surrounding the couches!!!!
Posted by Unknown on Nov 14th 2011
We thought this collar was a god send when we first started using it. She was peeing in the livingroom and it worked keeping her out. However, we have been through two $80 collars in 3 years. She only has back claws but manages to rip the collars to shreds and you have to replace the whole thing, not just the nylon. Super frustrating!!!
Posted by Faith on Oct 10th 2011
I put the fence in for our 3 cats. Our neighbor is a trapper of cats, after loosing two, we tried the fence. IT WORKS .... Admit I was skeptical and desperate. I could not be more confident. The training was speedy. Out of our 3 cats one proved to be a bit more difficult to train, which was only a matter of adjusting the level. Would highly recommend for cat owners.
Posted by Melodi on Oct 10th 2011
I searched the internet and asked website users if anyone had ever trained a cat. I was only able to find one response, which was positive. I was hesitant, but decided to try it. Not only does it work with cats, but they trained in just a few days. Using the staples to put it on the ground was incredibly easy. I would be happy to talk to any cat owners who would like a reference. I also think the collar would work for very small dogs.
Posted by Whitefish on Oct 10th 2011
We bought the in-ground cat fence for our two cats to keep them within a fenced-in yard. They both "learned" about the fence quickly and have not escaped in over five months. No longer have to worry about our cats being injured while roaming around the neighborhood. Great product!
Posted by the3atkins on Oct 10th 2011
My petsafe invisible fence works great for keeping our cat in the yard except she knows when the collar is not on her neck over the fence she goes. We also use the same collars for our Boston Terriers to keep them away from the fence and barking at the neighbor dogs. Have considered ordering one for the neighbor dog to keep him away as well!!! Extremely easy to install, best advice is not to over think it. If you have an existing fence attach it to the fence but follow instructions. Bury wire where needed at gates and such it is a snap!
Posted by Doc on Oct 10th 2011
The cat learns quickly where the limits are established. Initial beep signals cat, if he/she persists then they receive a shock.
Posted by Jan a dog and cat owner on Oct 10th 2011
I no longer fear my house cats using the dog door. Having your cats chipped doesn't help if they are eaten by a fox or owl. My cats adjusted to the collar without a problem but they are average size cats. The lowest setting was all that was needed to stop the problem. However, I do think the collar would be too large and heavy for kittens or very small cats.
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