Teach Your Pet To Avoid Areas in Your Home. The PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier Transmitter will broadcast a radio signal from 2-12 feet.
Your pet will wear a collar that will deliver a mild correction when it comes into this signal range. When your dog first enters this range he will receive an audible tone followed by mild stimulation that will increase the closer he gets to the transmitter. The fast, easy, no-training way to keep your dog from problem areas.
Unlike other deterrents, the PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier Transmitter is totally cordless. You can put a transmitter near anything you want your dog to avoid - the trash, kitchen counter or fine furniture.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 28th 2014
My dogs were jumping on my really good sofa and shedding all over my comfortable furniture. When the puppy peed on the good sofa, I wanted to kill her! These are awesome. I have three transmitters now. The radius doesn't quite go to 12 feet, but it keeps them out of the kitchen and off the furniture.
One shock collar wasn't working (probably because my dogs are rough with each other). Called PetSafe and they walked me through trouble shooting. When that didn't work, they sent me a new one for free.
Great product, great customer service.
Posted by Orestes on Jan 17th 2014
For the last 8 months I was training my dog on my Cuban way and was mission imposable and in 4 days this product DONE for me anything that I cannot the first time I order one and now I have 3 I’m very happy with this pet safe product
Posted by Happier pet owner on Jan 3rd 2014
We bought two transmitters and two collars for two dogs. We had a problem with them going into the back room and tearing into the kitty litter. They also liked to pee in a particular room. I put a transmitter near the entrance to both rooms, set them on the highest setting (Not forgetting to enter the A/B setting for both collars of course) and they haven't entered the rooms since. The first day, one of the dogs got quite a surprise when trying to enter the room.
Posted by Shannon on Oct 31st 2011
I took in a cat that needs a lot of medical attention and can not have certain foods or use my other cat's litter box. With the sensor in the bathroom where my other cat's food, water and litter box are in, these two can live together in harmony without any problems with shared use. It has been great!!
Posted by ICE_BREAKER68 on Oct 20th 2011
Transmitter works great and is extremely versatile. You can place it anywhere in the house and it is very effective. My dog stays away from unwanted areas. After a few short weeks, I don't even use the transmitter anymore. I'm about to use it on the Cat we have at the house now..lol...