Teach Your Pet to Avoid Areas in Your Home. Stop your pet from "Counter Surfing", waking the baby, getting into the trash or out of an entire room if necessary.
The PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier is a wireless dog fence you can use to keep pets out of certain areas in your house. No training and no installation, simply place the small transmitter in the areas you don't want your dog to be, put the collar on him and watch as he stays away from the protected areas.
The transmitter will broadcast a radio signal adjustable up to up to a 6 foot radius (12 foot diameter). 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 PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier can be put anywhere, in a plant, next to the front door, hanging on a wall or in the coffee table drawer. Whether it is hanging, standing or laying your pet will not be able to dig in your plants, run out the front door when guests arrive or beg for food at the dinner table.
You can use as many collars and transmitters as you need. Solve frustrating pet problems with expert ease!
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Posted by Unknown on May 23rd 2014
My cat shredded the collar by scratching at it, to the point that it broke completely in two and fell off. Now I have to find a new one that will fit the receiver. And the collar has to fit quite tightly. I also had to turn the transmitter up all the way to keep the cat from going upstairs.
Posted by Unknown on May 8th 2014
I bought it for our Aussiedoodle pup, (She is 6 mos, and 30 lbs now, but expected to grow to 45.) She was sneaking "snacks" from the cat litter box. Yuuuuck! And ALWAYS when I am not looking.
I set up the transmitter on top of the litter box cover. The instructions say that each bar on the screen represents 2 feet. Nope. I had it set on the first bar, and less than a foot away from the box opening. The collar didn't beep (using the tester) until it was almost in the box. By trial and error, I now have it set to 3 bars and the collar will beep at about 3 feet out. So the measurement is misleading. I suppose 3 bars would represent 6 feet all the way around, if the litter box was not against the wall.The collar does need to be pretty snug, and fur needs to be short in that area.
But, it works! She is very smart, and it only took 2 "corrections" for her to learn the litter is off limits and a few more beeps while she "tested the limits" trying from different angles. Now she avoids the box completely. The best part is that she doesn't see me as the "bad guy" scolding her. Before, when I would catch her with her head in the box, I would yell "No!" and she would run away from me scared. But, when she was corrected by the collar, she actually ran to me for comfort! Thank you! I can enjoy CLEAN puppy kisses again!
Posted by Unknown on Mar 27th 2014
I wanted to keep our cats out of the living and dining rooms and this product is the most effective. I tried the "mats" and it does not take long for the little "cuties" to learn to hop over them. With the collar they get a surprise and it helps condition them to not enter the rooms. I keep the mats in place as a reminder...
Posted by Unknown on Mar 4th 2014
I have a six year old dog and added a 7 mo old puppy at Christmas. Now they are everywhere! Including on my really good sofa and underfoot in the kitchen. They now know to stay out of those areas. Ordering a third transmitter for the living room...
My long hair dog doesn't seem to be as affected by the shock. I have clipped an area on her neck so she'll be more sensitive.
Diameter is not 12 feet, but I only use a 4-5 foot diameter so it's not a problem for me.
Posted by Tony Myers on Feb 27th 2014
sorry but both my cats walk within inches of the barrier and I can hear the collars go off and they just walk on by. have tried many times to adjust them to no avail. my only option may be to shave the cats neck
Posted by Unknown on Feb 13th 2014
At first the collar beeped while programming but wouldn't program. Sat on phone with a lovely lady and she walked me through how to program. But it still wouldn't work. She sent us a new collar and still nothing.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 31st 2014
My dog is already using a Petsafe outdoor wireless fence so he understands the sound warning and quickly learned that the area is off limits. I found that the area protected by the unit was not the suggested 12 ft. But I did not need that much area so it works well for me. I would recommend this product. I'm actually purchasing a second unit to protect the trash from my beagles active nose.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 27th 2014
This is working but in order for it to work for us we had to put it on pretty tight. It also doesn't seem like it's very consistent on when it shocks.
Posted by J. B. on Jan 1st 2014
I like the part that it is wireless, no plugs and cords to deal with like the last model I had. The only down side that I am having with my training is the intensity of the shock isn't as strong as the one that does have the cords/plugs. I have a shepherd who has more hair than some dogs, but never had a problem with the previous indoor radio fence. Otherwise it works as stated.
Posted by Joey NYC on Dec 18th 2013
If you are willing to shave a chewing stick size patch of hair under your cat's neck, this collar works well if you patiently cut the strap and adjust it small enough. product quality is high, and I expect this device to remain useful for years to come (with fresh batteries). rant: packaging is VERY hard to open.
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