Solve frustrating pet problems with expert ease! Instantly keep your pet away from areas in your home with no training necessary.
Stop your pet from begging at the table, running out the front door, jumping on the counter, and more. Simply plug in the unit near the area you want to protect and adjust the range from as little as 2 feet to up to 10 feet. When your pet gets near the signal a warning beep sounds on the collar. If he continues to approach the protected area, a mild correction is given.
Includes the Deluxe Ultralight Collar with four levels of adjustable stimulation + tone only, so you can set this collar to meet your pet's training needs.
Protect as many areas as you need by getting additional transmitters and control multiple pets by purchasing additional collars. Put it anywhere, in a plant, next to the front door, hanging on a wall or in a drawer. Although the transmitter is designed for indoor use, it can also be used in a garage or under a covered patio where a 110 outlet is accessible.
Posted by Unknown on May 11th 2012
This is an almost great product. First, because does not require almost any training. You dog will notice the noise and soon will understand the limits. My only problem with this product is that when someone rings the bell she cannot resist and go through the limit to jump on the person that just arrived. The second problem is that my dog doesnot know what to do because she is been in shock and get stuck in the middle of it and do not come back to the off limit area. I give a five stars for this product because now my dog does not soil on my rugs and does not go upstairs.
Posted by Lab Lover on Jan 5th 2012
I use this product at the base of our stairs, it keeps our 5mo old lab from going upstairs. It is so convenient to transport as well, I recently went on vacation and took it with me to keep my pup away from places he should not wander in to.
Posted by TJ on Dec 20th 2011
I use the wireless downstairs to keep my beagle out of trouble. He loves the cat litter. I am actually buying a second one to keep him out of the kitchen, he loves the garbage pail. I do train him, but beagles are very smart and the most stubborn dog I have ever owned. This makes him behave. :)
Posted by Roadrunner on Dec 19th 2011
I have three units. One is at the front door & one at the side door. This keeps my dogs from wanting to jump on people when they first enter the house. The third unit is at the top of my stairs. It keeps my dogs from going upstairs & getting into trouble.
Posted by Greg on Nov 15th 2011
We have 4 small dogs (2 pugs, 1 Jack Russell and one mix). Not one of them would ever dream of marking in the family room or kitchen (their territory), but if allowed to roam the house, will competitively mark the "new" territory. We bought new carpet at the old house and have now moved to a new home. 2 discs set up just beyond the doorways leading out of their allowed rooms works like a charm. The learn within about a day the limits of their "range" and remain in the two rooms where they are allowed. I greatly, highly, completely, wonderfully recommend these discs.
Posted by shaggyalf on Nov 9th 2011
My older dog learned quickly not to go into two rooms that he was soiling. I was concerned about shocking him. We started with the lowest, watched him, and only had to turn it up one notch. I know he got shocked once and haven't seen him try since. We have the room back without big barricades.
Posted by Serenity Restored on Oct 21st 2011
"We've had this system for quite a few years now and it still works great.
We were absolutely at our wits end with an insanely persistent Bengal cat, who we could not keep off the kitchen counters, stove top, sink, kitchen table, etc., among other undesirable areas of the house. We tried it all to no avail - citrus scented sprays, sticky paper, barriers, nubby plastic strips, etc. I swear he laughed at us while he patted pebbles from the windowsill plant into the sinkerator (yes, it broke the next time we turned it on).
We were literally ready to re-home him when we lucked upon this system (at the time, the cat version didn't exist). What a godsend! It really works, and very quickly too. The only challenge is the circular radius of the transmitter, which forces you to get a little creative with placement. Not a big deal in the long run.
I was somewhat concerned about the shock part, so I tried it on myself first - definitely gets your attention, but won't cause any harm. It is actually pretty humane since it will only need to jolt your pet once or twice before they'll react to just the tone.
It works so great that we later bought the stubborn dog version to prevent our puppy from chewing up some expensive surf boards.
If you're considering buying this system, go ahead and do it. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by kt on Oct 21st 2011
I have had a problem with the dog darting out the front and back doors and even had the police called because he got loose. I tried the battery operated fneces that DO NOT work so now I have two of these plug in radio fences and he has not gotten out for over a year he doesn't even go near the doors! It is the best!
Posted by Anna the baby store lady on Oct 20th 2011
"Our male Boston Terrier would attack our old cat viciously, at every opportunity. We had to section off the upstairs for the cat and downstairs for the three dogs (2 Bostons and 1 Schnauzer). The gate on the stairs was a royal pain so we tried this electric fence indoor system as a last resort before considering finding our male Boston a new home.
After testing out the lowest setting with zero effect we kept increasing until we reached level 3. We locked the cat in an upstairs room and removed the gate...he went up the stairs, stopping a moment and looking around when he heard the warning chirping sound. After a moment he continued on up the steps and suddenly he got a shock, let out a high pitch yelp, ran down stairs and hit under the coffee table for a short time. I praised him for reacting the correct way.
That was a week ago. He has not gone up the stairs since. The gate has been down. The cat walks around at the top of the stairs and the Boston only looks at him from the bottom of the stairs...not going up once. SUCCESS!
He never even associated the collar with the shock...and fortunately he has not needed any electrical corrections.
Happy pet mom :)"