Do You Have A Hard-To-Train Dog? The PetSafe Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence sets the standard for in-ground dog fencing.
Reliable and inexpensive, the PetSafe Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence (MIG00-10939-W) is a great pet fence that can do what physical fences cannot. Dogs cannot climb or jump over, or dig underneath this fence. It allows you to keep your dog in your yard, without blocking your view.
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!
Easy to install, this pet fence is a breeze to set up. And we make it easy to train your dog so he understands his new boundaries in just a few days. With this PetSafe Fence - Your Pet Will Stay Safe!
Cut Your Pet Fence Installation Time in HALF & Avoid The Back Breaking Task of Burying Wire. Use Our "Pet Fence Staples" to Install Your Underground Fence - Above Ground!
This Pet Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags and dog fence collars, you can enclose up to 10 acres in size and contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by owner of labs on Dec 6th 2011
we have 3 labs that did run away any time they had a chance. since the underground fence, they don't even think about it!
Posted by tucker on Dec 1st 2011
I have a 6 month old border collie that is very smart, was told by friends that this wouldn't work for him, boy were they wrong! This thing is the best possible safety device for your loved pet that you could invest in! Follow training schedule so your dog won't mistake what is happening and bingo no fears of letting fido run the two acres! My collie can go out without the collar and dosent even test the parimeter anymore, he knows excactly were it is, awsome product!
Posted by Unknown on Nov 29th 2011
Receiver housing is weak, pins break constantly, I've two dogs, a Dane and a Lab, they wrestle and it's over...I've had to purchase six replacement collars this year alone.
Posted by lisa on Nov 15th 2011
Our dog isn't the brightest when it comes to many things in life... but this fencing system sure helped! It didn't take much training at all- and he rarely needs to wear the collar to boot!
Posted by Confident in the country on Nov 9th 2011
This fence has literally saved our family alot of stress and worry. We recently moved to a home in the country and didn't want to have to privacy fence the entire yard in (our rowdy Labrador could climb every other kind of fence). This fence offered our dogs room to run without worry. It was so easy to install with the ground staples and we have only great things to tell our friends about this product! The best part is the collars are able to be placed on different settings for our dogs that have different correction levels.
Posted by kris on Nov 7th 2011
I have 3 dogs, one large male and 2 small females. We fenced in the front portion of our yard, but could have easily fenced in the entire acre. I love watching them run at full speed and not having to worry about them. Best money I've spent on them yet!
Posted by Lab Lover on Nov 4th 2011
It only took three corrections. Now I feel 100% comfortable allowing Logan out on his own without worrying. He is an 85 pound Labrador as stubborn as any I have ever had. With my old fence he would stick his neck up to the correction area and wear the battery down. This no longer happens. I have a feeling that this battery will last 10 years! (just kidding) He no longer purposely activates the corrective actions. We live on a corner lot in the city with thousands of distractions, bikes, joggers, motorcycles ... not to mention all the wild life. No More Worries!
Posted by Tinkerbell on Nov 2nd 2011
Our new German Sheperd puppy was fully trained within days and has only went over the fence once following her training. Love it!
Posted by John on Oct 31st 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 27th 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.