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 12 feet. 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!
Posted by Rhonda on Mar 21st 2012
In the past year, our family has adopted a yorkie puppy and a shorkie puppy. We almost felt like prisoners in our own home. With a split foyer style house, we had a gate at the top of the stairs to keep the dogs from the downstairs den which is carpeted. We also had to keep all of our bedroom doors closed to keep them out of the bedrooms which are carpeted....since they didn't like to potty on the hardwood...just the carpet. The gate was a hazard on the steps and keeping the bedrooms shut off all winter prevented heat from circulating as it should, resulting in cold bedrooms. I purchased this product and an extra collar and installed it at the top of my steps, which is also at the head of the hallway leading to the bedrooms. The dogs each got one little shock and that's all it took. The gate came down that same day and the bedroom doors opened that day. They have learned how close they can get with the warning beeps and now after about a month they don't even get close enough to hear the warning beeps. I LOVE it and wish I had found this a year ago. The only reason I don't rate it a 5 is that one of the collars was not working properly and has a problem in the battery compartment. We have to adjust it occasionally, but it does work. I would highly recommend the product to anyone.
Posted by I love my pitbull on Mar 20th 2012
Keeping my pitbull mix out of my living room and dining room was challenging. Hate having to gate those areas off. I put one transmitter in living room and the other in the dining room and ta da, dog no longer goes into those rooms! Rufus is used to the invisible outdoor fence so once he heard the "beep, beep" warning, he tested his territory got zapped and never returned again. Love it!
Posted by Jcc on Mar 20th 2012
Great price and does the job right. Your pet gets trained fast.
Posted by Harold on Mar 10th 2012
This indoor pet barrier system works great. We already have an outdoor fence, so our dog knows the system. All we had to do was show her that the collar beeps if she gets too close and she never even tested it herself. Stayed away from the first minute.
Posted by Rebecca on Mar 6th 2012
Best investment I have ever made for myself. No more covers, no more hair, no more smell on the furniture! Wish I had discovered it a long time ago. It only took one time to keep my 3 babies out of the area. After 2 weeks they are not even wearing their collars but still will not venture into the furniture zone.
Posted by Sue on Dec 6th 2011
We have a 10 year old 95 lb. Bouvier who, despite all our efforts, has been "counter-surfing" at will in our kitchen for many years, stealing food and leaving dirty, unsanitary paw and snout marks everywhere. More recently he had started breaking cabinet doors to get to the contents inside, so we searched the web til we found this product. We set the base on a kitchen counter, and before we put the collar on the dog I tested it on my arm, which was scary, but turned out just fine, because the shock is pretty mild. I tested it for quite awhile to get the distances figured out (we had to make sure he could still use a dog door that goes outside from the kitchen but not get near the counters) and it was a relief to learn that the shock isn't that bad, since none of us wants to torture our dogs. After I put the collar on the dog he only had to venture into the kitchen 2 or 3 times before he got the message. I did have to make the collar pretty snug in order to make sure it made proper contact...if it's too loose it won't work. It's been a couple of months now and I've never even seen him go near the kitchen counters again. It's so nice to have a clean kitchen and to be able to put food, snacks for guests, etc. out on the counters and not worry. I remove the collar and turn it and the base off for the night, and the only problem I've had is always remembering to turn both on again in the morning before I put the collar back on the dog. Even so, he doesn't go in the kitchen any more whether he has the collar on or not, or whether it's turned on or not. I wish I'd found this years ago!
Posted by Linda on Nov 30th 2011
Oh my goodness, what a great product !!!!!
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
I purchased the ""indoor fence"" for my dog, and it is working wonders! I can now leave my home and not have to ""pile up"" boxes on my couch and chairs. This device is awesome.
I was looking for a gate, when I found your site. And do you want to know what ""sealed the deal"" for me? It was the ""Ten Commandments', you have on your form. Thank you again, many times over.
Posted by Devilish Miss Dixie's owner. on Nov 21st 2011
The Indoor Pet Barrier is just that. An instant solution to a constant problem. Our Lab constantly surfed the kitchen counter. Immediately after placing the Zones disc on the counter and putting the collar on the dog, she started learning to stay away from the counter. What's great is we can move the disc to any location we wish. We have one in the living room to allow the cat a free zone where he can relax without having to deal with the dog. We're at the stage where we do not need the collar all of the time, but once in a while we need to reinforce the training by putting the collar back on her.
Posted by yo-d on Nov 15th 2011
Our dog has learned that he can reach the tasty food on the kitchen counter as well as on the dining table. If the unit is on the table, he stays away, but he is smart enough to be where the unit is not, so he just goes to the kitchen and looks for something on the counter. Consequently we need to have units in each place, which is expensive. That's the only downside to this method.
Posted by tjkool on Nov 9th 2011
My 3.4lbs Chihuahua is potty trained to go on pads. At night or when I leave he would go potty over by the door on the carpet. I could never catch him because I was either asleep or gone. He never went when I was home and awake. I put the transmitter by the door and tested the shocker on myself first. It is not going to kill you but you know it is there. The very first day he got up in the night and I heard him scream. I knew he was over trying to go by the door. He did not of course. The next day he tried it again. That was the end of that problem. It has been a month now and he has not done his night time evils. When I left the house he went on the floor and I had the neighbor bring the transmitter within range to shock him while I put his nose in his pee. That cured him. He has not gone since except on his pad. I don't even put the collar on him anymore. He just knows now. This thing is a true miracle.I have left the house twice now, including today and when I returned there was no pee on the floor. It seems he is cured. I am truly relieved because my dog is 3 years old and it seemed he would never quit doing this. All it took was a couple of lessons and he is now the perfect dog.His neck is really tiny and the collar is able to go that small. I would say it is about the size of my wrist. Good luck.