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If you already have your dog fence wire installed and need to replace your current dog fence transmitter and collar, you can use the PetSafe Standard Radio Fence Without Wire. You can replace any brand of dog fence with this kit. Simply connect your wire to the transmitter then place the collar on your pet.
The PetSafe Standard Radio Fence is Safe and Effective for all pets 5 pounds and up. Features the PetSafe Ultralight Collar. This PetSafe pet containment system sets the standard for in-ground fencing. Reliable and inexpensive, the Standard Radio Fence is a great fence that can do what physical fences cannot. Dogs cannot climb, jump or dig underneath this fence. It allows you to keep your dog safe at home.
Posted by Unknown on Aug 27th 2013
Shipping was quick. The system is working as advertised. No complaints.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 16th 2012
works excellent,used 2000 feet of wire with no problems of shockingat this distance
Posted by Snapshot on Dec 6th 2011
Our dogs were digging under the fence to get out. This system works really well. Now they can not get close to the fence. We love it! Our pets are much safer too. The system was very easy to install. Training only took a couple of trips around the yard.
Posted by Matt on Oct 19th 2011
"Before I got this, my dog had ran off several times, both from fenced and unfenced yards. I was worried that he would just ignore the collar and run straight through the wireless fence. (And he did a couple times at first.)
However, by following the training procedure he learned not to go near the fence and hasn't even tried to run once since then. This worked out great."
Posted by Mark on Oct 19th 2011
This is a great product for our dogs, a Bug (Pug/Boston Terrier) puppy and an adult Shih Tzu. After following the training schedule, the dogs recognized the fence after only 2 zaps each. We have the fence going all around our large property and I installed it in a full day. The only pain was spinning the wire to deactivate it where the dogs would walk.