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 TJ on Dec 19th 2011
I use the wireless downstairs to keep my beagle out of trouble. He loves the cat litter. I am actually buying a second one to keep him out of the kitchen, he loves the garbage pail. I do train him, but beagles are very smart and the most stubborn dog I have ever owned. This makes him behave. :)
Posted by Lab Lover on Dec 13th 2011
I use this product at the base of our stairs, it keeps our 5mo old lab from going upstairs. It is so convenient to transport as well, I recently went on vacation and took it with me to keep my pup away from places he should not wander in to.
Posted by Super Dave on Dec 6th 2011
The indoor fence product I purchased worked exactly as intended and has kept our dog from jumping on the sliding glass doors.
Posted by TJ on Nov 21st 2011
This is the only thing I can use to keep my beagle out of the kitchen and away from food and garbage pail. I also use it in conjection with the outside invisible fence. I wouldn't have a dog without it. Actually this is my second indoor one. I have the first at the bottom of my stairs.....beagle loved getting into cat liter and no amount of training would stop her.
Posted by owner of a super-tall, super-sniffer on Nov 15th 2011
For all our training, we couldn't keep our 70lb foxhound and his nose out of the kitchen. There's nothing like a tray of cooling brownies or an unattended bowl of kids cereal to solidify the reward of coming into the kitchen when no one is in there to shoo you out...
To preserve our relationship with our dog we got this indoor radio fence. It has a very easy to use, infinitely adjustable radius dial. I like that there is a warning bell before he gets zapped. He only got zapped twice. He is still tempted but when he gets close and hears the warning bell, he backs away, no zaps in 6 months since we got it.
I would have given it 5 stars if it could be mounted under a cabinet more easily. We have it sitting IN a cabinet but it would be great if it took up less room.
Posted by Lots of Rotts on Nov 9th 2011
We have three large dogs who like to sit at the front windows of our home; two of them bark at people walking by, and one jumps on the windows and pounds on them. The indoor fence radio transmitter has been a great solution. They were already trained on the outdoor invisible fence system (for stubborn dogs), and this unit is compatible with their receivers, so we didn't have the hassle of training them on a new system or buying an extra set of receiver collars. One audible beep, and they knew that the windows were off limits! Now our neighbors can walk past our house in peace, and we don't have to worry about smudged windows or scratched woodwork. Love it.
Posted by mary on Nov 7th 2011
This really works but other reviews are right. The signal goes through floors but we were able to set it in a three foot setting that worked for us. The dog went to the "marked" area once on a setting of 2 and that was it!!
Posted by Crazy dog owner on Nov 2nd 2011
I have tried everything for my dogs separation anxiety. I ended up getting three of these and put them in my open floor plan house so that my dog can only be in the front two rooms of the house. She usually scratches at the back door and distress my couches while we are out. We were to the point of looking for someone to adopt her when I decided to buy this product. It was more none the. I would have liked to spend but they are doing the job I needed them for.
We are still working on the anxiety but things are going better in our house.
One big thing I have noticed is that the shock zone gets bigger on it's own and I have to reset them from time to time. Overall I recommend them :)
Posted by Serenity Restored on Oct 31st 2011
We've had this system for quite a few years now and it still works great.
We were absolutely at our wits end with an insanely persistent Bengal cat, who we could not keep off the kitchen counters, stove top, sink, kitchen table, etc., among other undesirable areas of the house. We tried it all to no avail - citrus scented sprays, sticky paper, barriers, nubby plastic strips, etc. I swear he laughed at us while he patted pebbles from the windowsill plant into the sinkerator (yes, it broke the next time we turned it on).
We were literally ready to re-home him when we lucked upon this system (at the time, the cat version didn't exist). What a godsend! It really works, and very quickly too. The only challenge is the circular radius of the transmitter, which forces you to get a little creative with placement. Not a big deal in the long run.
I was somewhat concerned about the shock part, so I tried it on myself first - definitely gets your attention, but won't cause any harm. It is actually pretty humane since it will only need to jolt your pet once or twice before they'll react to just the tone.
It works so great that we later bought the stubborn dog version to prevent our puppy from chewing up some expensive surf boards.
If you're considering buying this system, go ahead and do it. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by Anna the baby store lady on Oct 27th 2011
Our male Boston Terrier would attack our old cat viciously, at every opportunity. We had to section off the upstairs for the cat and downstairs for the three dogs (2 Bostons and 1 Schnauzer). The gate on the stairs was a royal pain so we tried this electric fence indoor system as a last resort before considering finding our male Boston a new home.
After testing out the lowest setting with zero effect we kept increasing until we reached level 3. We locked the cat in an upstairs room and removed the gate...he went up the stairs, stopping a moment and looking around when he heard the warning chirping sound. After a moment he continued on up the steps and suddenly he got a shock, let out a high pitch yelp, ran down stairs and hit under the coffee table for a short time. I praised him for reacting the correct way.
That was a week ago. He has not gone up the stairs since. The gate has been down. The cat walks around at the top of the stairs and the Boston only looks at him from the bottom of the stairs...not going up once. SUCCESS!
He never even associated the collar with the shock...and fortunately he has not needed any electrical corrections.
Happy pet mom :)
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