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 Stubborn Dog 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 Stubborn Dog Collar has four levels of correction plus vibration in the warning area for an added deterrent. Even dogs that resist training respond well to this system. With 4 higher-intensity settings, these harmless electrical stimulations work so effectively that most dogs will learn to stop in their tracks at the sounds of the early warning tone before any stimulation. Plus, its vibration option is ideal for hearing-impaired or senior dogs!
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Posted by Jim on Dec 6th 2011
Used to live in a house with a fenced yard. Moved to an area where boundary fences are not allowed. We followed the directions pretty much as specified. The dogs got used to the boundary flags quickly. They did wander too far a couple of times and got zapped. Hasn't happened since. The dogs chase squirrels and deer, but only right to the edge of the yard and then stop.
Posted by BIC on Oct 24th 2011
We live in a rural area, bordered mostly by tidal area, when the tide is out there are three islands that are accessible, The radio fence keeps the dog in a sizable yard, which makes a safe environment. We have had several cats marooned on islands when the tide comes in. Bay of Fundy, highest tides in the world. So for our Siberian Husky it is a great product, no need to tie her up. Thankfully.
Posted by Dan on Oct 21st 2011
The produtc has worked fine.
Posted by John on Oct 19th 2011
The PetSafe Stubborn Dog fence is working like a charm. We live in the country on a not-so-busy road, but we're concerned that our 8-month old retriever may wander into the road. We have 12 acres and it was easy to install around the whole area. The dog has learned not to go under our present fence or through the open gate.One comment is that we didn't need the ground staples to install the fence. There were several options to installing the fence above ground.
Posted by belle on Oct 19th 2011
"We tried everything to contain one of our three 150lb dogs. Although our yard is fenced with wire on 3 boards she managed to go over, under and/or through when a distraction was strong enough. This included deer, skunks, ground hogs or a desire to swim in the neighbor's pond or chase their horses. Although we never wanted to use an electric fence, we didn't know what else to do.
It is winter so we decided to attach the wire to our fence. The only problem we had was laying out the plan and then pulling off the wire. The splices have held up well through multiple snow storms. Training was pretty easy. Our girl only needs the second correction level. Even though she has a heavy coat we did not need to order the long prongs. It took about 1 week before she decided that she wouldn't even test the waters. She still barks but remains about 10 feet from the flags. An added bonus is that it has stopped the chest bumping at the fence when an animal approaches. We are so pleased that we plan to purchase collars for the other dogs and let them join us in the front yard."
Posted by Dogs walker on Oct 19th 2011
We have 2 large dogs.Only the Lab/Coonhound is a fance jumper. We weaved it through a chain link fence. The training was different than for a yard without a fence.Maybe I hurried it too much. He was afraid at first, but now he knows his safe area. Deer and rabbits have run (hopped) past and he still respects "the power" of the fence. However,he is frantic to get at them for a bit. We are so glad it works. Also, whenever I have phoned the company with a question, they have been great.
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