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 Nov 15th 2013
Our cat just walks right over it not even bothered by the shock
We have the collar on as tight as it will go
Posted by Jim on Oct 14th 2013
This is a great product. We lived with or Weim counter surfing for years trying, and not always remembering, to clear the counters after leaving the kitchen. Now we don't have to clear the counters.
BTW - Our dog loves to swim in our pool and the waterproof design works great.
Posted by Phillip on Oct 2nd 2013
My cat pretty much has free reign over the house, except we have a guest bedroom that we want to keep her out of without having to close the door all the time. This handy little device did the trick. My cat still sometimes tries to peer into the room, but she keeps a pretty good distance away to keep from getting zapped. All it took was 1-2 zaps.
Posted by Linda on Aug 27th 2013
I bought the barrier to try and keep my Pomeranian from entering the hallway to the bedroom. Unfortunately I found the signal to not be very strong - much smaller range than it promised. My little dog would just walk right past it and be out of range before it did much of anything. I trimmed his hair around his neck to ensure contact, but that didn't help. It simply wasn't strong enough to scare or even bother him. I think he might have felt it, but he certainly didn't make the connection that it was because he entered that area. And he was through the area before it could correct him again.
I had purchased two units, and tried both in case the first was just faulty. Also bought new batteries. But nothing helped. I was disappointed because I had really hoped this product would be my solution!
Posted by Unknown on Jul 23rd 2013
hundred percent recommend I put it on the exit door of my house and my dog ever again tried to run away.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 7th 2013
works good put it on my cats and as soon as they here the beep there gone, cats don't pee on floor anymore
Posted by Unknown on Feb 15th 2013
We bought this to keep out cats out of our kitchen. It's a small kitchen. The transmitter doesn't reach 12 ft like it advertizes even unobstructed. I think maybe, MAYBE it reaches 8 ft. Overall it gets the job done, but it could be a lot better.
Posted by gerry on Apr 18th 2012
our Bloodhound is quite smart despite his looks but is very hard headed. We could not keep him out of the kitchen until we purchased the Indoor Pet barrier. Within 30 minutes he figured out how close he could get to the kitchen without being corrected. Good price and fast delivery.
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!
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