Protect your home! If your dog is over 20 pounds and is stubborn or hard to train this is the one for you.
Stop your pet from begging at the table, running out the front door, jumping on the counter, and more. Simply plug in the unit near the area you want to protect and adjust the range from as little as 2 feet to up to 10 feet. When your pet gets near the signal a warning beep sounds on the collar. If he continues to approach the protected area, a mild correction is given.
Includes the Stubborn Dog Collar with 4 adjustable levels of static correction, plus tone with vibration only as an added deterrent so you can set this collar to meet your pet's training needs.
Protect as many areas as you need by getting additional transmitters and control multiple pets by purchasing additional collars. Put it anywhere, in a plant, next to the front door, hanging on a wall or in a drawer. Although the transmitter is designed for indoor use, it can also be used in a garage or under a covered patio where a 110 outlet is accessible.
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Posted by Riff on Dec 18th 2014
my boxer is acquainted with radio collars although he has not had an indoor unit for quite some time SO 1st day he ran threw it. i was in the garage and heard a noise (him running up the stairs). he was as far away from the stairs as he could get looking bewildered. got him back downstairs, put the collar back on - told him to stay, he did for the rest of the day. he had gotten himself all worked up with having to stay put (boxer drool everywhere) but he stayed. my one complaint is the dial does not have "settings" that you can see so you know exactly where it needs to be for the coverage you want, i turn it on & then have to test the collar for distance every time. being a plug in i suppose i could just leave the unit on (i take the collar off when i come home & release my dog) don't know if that would affect the life of the unit though
Posted by Sarah on Jun 10th 2014
We have a lab/dane mix that is the size of a full grown lab and just under a year old. His counter surfing habits were driving us nuts and becoming a little dangerous. (Seriously puppy - what do you need a toaster for? Gah!) We purchased the stubborn dog version in hopes of having the same luck we had with his correction collar. (It zapped him ONE TIME and he's never gone near the road alone again. Don't even need to use it anymore.)
We placed the transmitter on the floor in the far corner of the kitchen because that is the problem area. The warning said not to place it near metal appliances as it could change the frequency, but ours is between the stove and the dishwasher with no problems.
We found that, probably for the safety of the owners, when you turn on the transmitter it does not immediately set the collar off, so no fear there. We two-manned it with me walking away from the transmitter, far out of range, then slowly walking up to the transmitter while my husband adjusted the distance closer and closer til the kitchen proper was warded against puppy attacks. We tested the shock strength and it was about the same as his corrective collar.
First time we used it while home puppy wasn't shocked - the beeping scared him out of the kitchen. First time we used it while we were outside and puppy was inside he must have been shocked because he looked very pitiful and unhappy when we came in. He bounced back and after that the simple beeping was enough to keep him out of the kitchen. No more trash rummaging, no more counter surfing, no more utensils and appliances in his puppy bed. We leave the collar off most of the time now with no fear. We are going to move the transmitter to the room where we keep our cat boxes next so we can stop barricading the door to that room. Great product!
Posted by Ben on Apr 17th 2014
My dog was tearing up my front and balcony door every time I would leave, even tried putting furniture in front of the door, didn't work, so thought I would give this a try, works better than expected, he hasn't put a new scratch in either door since.
Posted by Heather & Lee on Mar 20th 2014
Hi, i jus wanted to take a sec. to tell our story. We adopted 2 dogs this past summer, 1 is great & the other is very loving but WOW. Once you leave then come home he rearranges the kitchen & trashes it also eats everything that is edible, my husband has even caught him up on the counters literally walking on them like a cat!!!! Omg i thought that was it with this dog. Never have i or we ever gone through something like this with a dog.. He hated his cage for which we should of named him Houdini cause he would break out of it!! I thought this is it with the dog, we tried everything up until i started to do research on the internet, thinking that if they have out door fencing then what about indoor. Then i came upon this web site Thank Goodness i read the reviews called the company explained everything & they reassured me that this was the product for our crazy dog. LOL Then i had to reassure my skeptical husband about the product, he said what do we have to lose, except that i would have to do the clean up if it is a fail.. Well it's been 3 months that we are cage free & kitchen is still standing & in 1 piece!!!!! This product by far has been a life saver for all of us!!!! The crazy dog is doing great with the product for which we have in the kitchen at all times when we leave,he is like a new dog & we can leave our condo happy knowing he knows his boundaries with the indoor radio fence.. Thank u very much.. :o)
Posted by Sally Dorn on Feb 20th 2014
I am quite disappointed in this product. I have tried to place it and set a perimeter, but the perimeter does not hold. I try it out and it only works in certain areas I get it to the area I want and leave and come home and the perimeter has increased. There is no continuity to the settings.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 3rd 2014
This product has solved a big problem we have had with our dog. Thank you.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 20th 2013
This product worked immediately for me/us. My dog no longer goes into the cat room to partake in the cat food or cat feces! He is definitely afraid of it- which is a little sad, but serves the purpose. My only concern is the dial for controlling how far the diameter extends is a little imprecise. Also, it works as a sphere, so it unfortunately keeps him out of a section of the downstairs as well.
Posted by Unknown on Oct 15th 2013
Thanks to stubborn dog indoor radio fence my living room and dining room are safe!!!! My Siberian Husky who likes to chew, can't eat my furniture. Also we used one at the landing of our basement to keep her out of the cat litter.
Posted by Unknown on May 23rd 2013
My dog would sneak off down the hallway and pee in my bedroom closet. I could never catch in the act and had to either leave her in her crate all day or on a leash tethered to me. I put the collar on her and a few days later put the transmitter in the hallway. I brought her (on leash) into the zone and turned her around numerous times when the tone went off so she knew what to do when she heard that. I gave her lots of praise after turning her around. I then took the leash off and let her wander through the house on her own. I went outside into my garage and after a few minutes I heard her let out a loud yelp two or three times. I went inside and found her by the patio door. She won't go near the hallway now. I took the collar off and removed the transmitter a day later. It has been a few weeks and she still won't go near the hall. Now she can move through out the house withou me worrying if she will sneak off. I wish you could just rent this thing.
Posted by GJ on Jun 14th 2012
I highly, highly recommend this product. We have two dogs who are wonderful except for the fact that they absolutely can't control themselves when a bicycle, dog, person, or delivery person passes by our front window...until we purchased the radio fence. It has done the trick. In fact, they don't even need to wear their collars anymore!!
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