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The PetSafe Stubborn Dog Collar is for the "Hard-Headed" Dog. Featuring four levels of stimulation plus vibration as an added deterrent. This is a true breakthrough in pet containment.
The PetSafe Stubborn Dog Collar is for the occasional hard-to-train dog and is compatible with all PetSafe, Radio Fence and Pet Guardian Brand underground dog fences. It weighs just 3 ounces and is three times more effective than our regular dog fence collars with stubborn or hard to train dogs.
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Posted by Susan on May 12th 2012
My 100lb lab is pretty ambitious, and had to get at each of three sides of the yard before she gave up her attempts to cross the boundries. Now I go out with her and play (w/o collar) and when she gets too close to boundary I just "ahh-ahh" and she comes back.
Have some more training to do before I can put the collar on her and allow her out alone.
Posted by Inca on May 7th 2012
Stubborn German Female...shephard that is. #3 power setting is enough. Learned very quickly.
Posted by Lolo on May 7th 2012
My dog is 12 years old, has used the invisible fence for 11 1/2 years, and I don't think he will run away, but without the collar he pushes the boundries. The collar helps me to know that he is safe. I do wonder if the weight of the collar might be a little too much for an older dog.
Posted by Bonnie on Apr 18th 2012
We just about lost our minds with this 80lb. lab. He doesn't listen no matter what.He wasn't jumping the fence and running us crazy. The only way we could get him back was to let him jump in our truck.I want to know if I can purchase just the collar without the black box? The meshlike collar is wearing thin and we got it in Jan.
Posted by Hugh on Apr 17th 2012
Have been using radio fence products and collars for years, they continue to work as advertised, very well
Posted by Ruth on Apr 13th 2012
I have an electric fence around and acre and a half. I started my two large dogs with "regular" electric fence collars and after a period of time they got used to running out of the fence-then would not come back. I just started them out with the stubborn dog collars and so far everything is proceeding well. No escapes yet. I was concerned because a review I read said that the stubborn dog collars do not make a noise but they do-they both vibrate and make a click as a warning. The "boxes" on the collar are significantly bigger than the regular boxes and I would prefer a stronger collar, but if they work they are a gold mine.
Posted by Why do we have dogs? on Apr 13th 2012
"We have contained our pets to approximately 3 acres of our 9 acre hobby farm. The fence has allowed us to keep our gardens and other areas protected from the pets along with keeping our pets in a safe perimeter on our property (not the highway or the neighbors lawn) We love to offer our pets the freedom to run, but not into traffic or chasing bikers, joggers, walkers etc...this has lead to a trip to the vet at $450.00 to mend a broken leg. Also, it has kept our dogs from wandering over to the neighboring lot and home to their 7 dogs on chains. In order to convince our neighbor that we do not wish any additional visit from other animals(one dog, chain and all, killed 9 of our pet ducks), we chose to contain our pets very effectively with no chains.
We would recommend this product. The pricing through this web-site was comparable to similar products sold at our local fleet stores and box stores. The model we purchased did not seem to be a stocked retail item, some models do not have the same capabilities for the amount of land you wish to enclose like the unit we chose. I found the instructions available through this and other web-sites invaluable in the planning and installation, along with the enclosed DVD."
Posted by Unknown on Mar 27th 2012
My Pitbull Sideshow is 90 pounds of solid muscle and has the IQ of a umm dog. As a puppy Sideshow ate the wheels off of my lawn mower and for desert he ate 30 of my favorite CD's. Sideshow is 6 years old now and a fantastic dog but if he wants to get on the other side of a fence he will. Just for fun Sideshow chewed a hole through a chainlink fence big enough for a 90 pound Pitbull to stroll though. Then I discovered "Radio Fence", problem solved. The unit I purchased is very strong and runs on a 9 volt battery and is 100% effective. It's a little pricey at first but well worth it and cheaper in the long run. For Sideshow it was his last chance, thank you Radio Fence.
Posted by Lou on Mar 26th 2012
One of my dogs used to push the limit,he would listen to the beeping then run over the wire. NOT ANYMORE.
Posted by Golden Lover on Mar 26th 2012
Dogs can roam free in yard and do not have to worry about them.
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