Do you need to keep your pet away from areas in your home? The PetSafe Indoor Radio Fence Transmitter is safe, easy to set up and very effective.
Just place the small, compact transmitter (about the size of a Frisbee) near the area you want to protect. 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 (not included). If he continues to approach the protected area, a mild correction is given.
You can use it to keep your pet out of a child's room, away from the kitchen table, off the counter or just about any area you need him to steer clear. 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.
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Posted by jht1979 on Aug 31st 2015
This is a very good product but the RF signal is not very predictable. What I mean by this is the signal is stronger in one direction and not as strong in another. Also I'm using this on the first floor and the signal transmits thru the floor into the basement. Which is a problem since thats where the cat box is stored. If you put tin foil under the unit to try to stop the signal from going downward it kills the signal completely. Otherwise its works very good and with some playing around.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 24th 2014
Easy to install and use. It works
Posted by Debbie - Ontario on Apr 23rd 2014
We bought extra transmitters, to cover all the doors, and the cats respect the beeps. I would recommend this to anyone.
Posted by Ben on Apr 17th 2014
My dog was tearing up my front and balcony door every time I would leave, even tried putting furniture in front of the door, didn't work, so thought I would give this a try, works better than expected, he hasn't put a new scratch in either door since.
Posted by Carlene Neal on Mar 10th 2014
I did not realize that it can only be kept on the cat for 12 hours at a time. When I took it off, he began to engage in inappropriate behavior on my leather couch and used it instead of the liter box. This was the very behavior I was trying to curtail. I am deeply disappointed. It made my cat very upset. I took it off of him last night. If it could be used 24 hours a day, I may have a different experience.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 9th 2013
Works great for cat food-eating dogs. Also garbage-picking dogs. Already had the collar so I got an extra transmitter for my son since the dog goes both places.
Posted by Jeff on Nov 5th 2013
Highly recommend. Ready to go right out if the box (provided you already have a suitable collar). Works like a charm
Posted by B Carpenter on Jun 26th 2013
It really works good. Keeps my cats out of the rooms I don't want them to be in. They learned fast not to go near the disc.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 6th 2013
We bought the indoor cat barrier and 3 extra transmitters to dissuade our store cat from attempting escapes to the outside. After a couple of trips too near a door, he now has no desire to try his former trick of lying in wait near a door for it to open.
My only criticism is that the transmitter is a little large, about the size of a Frisbee. Otherwise, a "5".
Posted by Ruth on Jun 3rd 2013
Purchased the indoor fence transmitter and the cat fence collar together. Best thing I ever got my cat. She kept using the doggie door which is scary. We have coyotes in my neighborhood. It only took one zap to keep her in the house. I'm keeping the collar on her for several weeks in case she gets brave. Other than that I am so glad I found this product. Highly recommend this to anyone with a poaming cat problem.
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