Here Kitty, Kitty - Where Are You? He's safe at home with a PetSafe Underground Cat Fence - the First and Only Underground Cat Fence.
Through years of rigorous research and testing PetSafe developed a safe and reliable underground fence made just for your cat. Using Nano technology, PetSafe developed a cat fence collar that fits your cat and provides the appropriate amount of correction to keep him safe and in your yard. The collar has a special stretch section for your cat's safety so you won't have to worry if he gets "hung up" on something.
Safe and Effective for all cats and dogs 6 pounds and up. Features the PetSafe Premium Cat Fence Collar with Four Levels of Adjustable Correction.
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 Cat Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags and cat fence collars, you can enclose up to 25 acres in size and contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by Bo on Oct 10th 2011
Product worked just like you described!
Posted by Toy Dog Owner on Oct 10th 2011
I use this fence for my 5 pound Morkie dogs. They love their new found freedom and learned very fast where the line was. I could shut off their collars and they still wouldn't leave the yard. This fence gave me peace of mind.
Posted by Brandx on Oct 10th 2011
Great for my small dogs, I feel much better with them contained by the fence, didn't have to put it underground, just put it on top of the ground, and flag and stapled it. So,easy. Dogs trained very quickly!! Thanks for a great product
Posted by The3Atkins on Oct 10th 2011
I actually use this system to keep my cat inside our chainlink fence and out of danger from other cats and the road. Works great. Tried using it with tone only but that did not work at all, went straight to lowest setting of static correction and have not had to change it at all. Have had fence installed since fall, if it goes offline because of broken wire the cat will go right over the fence. Getting broken wires from dogs charging fence, will be ordering collars to keep them from the fence this time around. Would like to give static collar to the neighbor's barking dog causing all the trouble!!
Posted by Lifelong animal lover on Oct 10th 2011
Our cat originally was a stray and adopted our family. We were seriously concerned about his safety in the streets but didnt want to confine him indefinetly to the house. He wasnt pleased with being restricted at first, but he learned quickly where the boundaries were. He is a fiesty fella and tested every angle of the boundaries so we do have to maintain the collar on the highest setting. (he has broken through when he spots an occassional cat strolling through our property) He shows himself to be content and will remain inside the boundary any other time. We feel he may always require supervision while outside but we are still very happy with the results of the underground fence. The collar is not too big or heavy. He plays outside and sits with us and we can be comfortable now that he is safe. I work in the veterinary field and never thought this type of training would work on a cat but Ive read many positive reviews and figured Id give it a try. The cat and our family can now enjoy the outdoors together.
Posted by kath on Oct 10th 2011
"Due to the complaints from a neighbor, our two 12 year old indoor/outdoor cats were fitted with the radio collars. The wiring and collars were easy enough to use and the cats adjusted well to their new ""boundary lines."" Overall, we are pleased with the unit and it has quieted our ""barking"" neighbor!
BUT - some modifications are needed with the
1. The mesh collars were NOT durable enough to withstand normal scratching. BOTH collars were snagged and worn through within a MONTH. We needed to purchased small leather collars and drill holes to fit the radio unit. AND these collars seem more comfortable for both cats.
2. The unit itself seems rather bulky. It could be thinner and still by just as effective.
3. Batteries wear out rather quickly and are an added expense to replace."
Posted by The shocker on Oct 10th 2011
When the collar is on and positioned properly, it works. If the collar is not tight enough, the prongs do not contact the neck, and no shock is delivered. We have to check on our cats at least once an hour to make sure they are still in the yard. For the most part we are happy with this option for our pets. Our cats love to be outside, and we love that they are able to stay in our yard. We did have 2 dogs next door run into our yard and tree our declawed cat. We had to pry him off the tree trunk about 15 ft up. I would never leave our house with our cats outside on their own.
Posted by Benjamin on Oct 10th 2011
Pro: The wire was easily installed on our perimeter fence. It only took two attempts to go close to the fence for my cat to figure out not to try it again. He now stays in the yard.
Posted by Malita (bad little kitty) on Oct 10th 2011
I have a very large yard in coyote territory that is fenced with wire for a dog, but not suitible for a cat. At first I thought the collar was way too big for my adolecent kitty who is on the small size....I put it on her anyway...She doesn't mind a bit, she knows she gets to go outside. It is water proof ( I know this because she fell in the pond, nothing sadder then a wet kitty) The instructions say to leash train them on the boundries....well that was a waste of [$] on leashes....Over all I am very happy with this product...It was easy to install...and for the most part works...Kitty does escape when she is on the trail of a fast lizzard...then the poor thing can't get back in the boundry....the radio fence helps me keep an eye on her...
Posted by Boo Booz on Oct 10th 2011
cat jumped it once. turned up the jolt to level 4
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