Safety, portability and completely wireless. The Insant Fence will keep your pet in your yard with no stakes, flags or wire to bury!
The Petsafe Wireless Fence is the safest, simplest form of pet containment ever. This wireless fence sets up in a matter of minutes and is completely portable, so it's great for travel or when you move into a new home.
It uses a constant radio signal to create a "safe zone". Your dog's collar picks up the signal and if he ventures out of the "safe zone", he will hear a warning tone, followed by a light, static correction that s completely safe and humane. The collar has five levels of adjustable stimulation so you can customize it to meet your dog's unique training needs. Only PetSafe offers this flexibility in a Wireless Dog Fence!
Within a few days, your pet learns his boundaries and will stay safe at home. Setting up the boundaries of your yard takes only a few minutes. You can adjust the boundaries from just a few feet to up to 180 feet in diameter (approx 1/2 acre). If you have a larger yard, you can use addtional transmitters to increase your containment area.
Increase Your Wireless Dog Fence Coverage with Additional Transmitters
The range of The PetSafe Wireless Dog Fence can be increased by using two or more transmitters. This creates intersecting circles and the signal is cancelled where the circles intersect. This allows your pet access to the entire area. One additional transmitter would create a boundary that is up to 180 feet wide and up to 330 feet long.
How It Works:
The PetSafe Wireless Fence provides the safest, simplest form of pet containment ever. Plug in the transmitter some where inconspicuously in your home. The transmitter emits radio signal around your home. Your pet wears a lightweight receiver collar which "listens" for the signal. While the collar is receiving the signal, your dog is free to run and play in your yard. When he approaches the boundary of the signal area, he receives a warning beep. If your dog does not return, he receives a static correction which is startling but not harmful. With a little simple training, your dog will quickly learn his boundaries.
Setting up your PetSafe Wireless Fence takes just a few minutes. The transmitter plugs into any standard 110 volt outlet. Since the signal will transmit reliably through walls and other obstructions, it can be placed in any convenient and discreet location, typically in the garage or a closet. Once you have set up The PetSafe Wireless Fence, you can now adjust the range that is appropriate for your dog and your yard.
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Posted by Ila Lucas on Nov 15th 2013
I already had an underground fence, but purchased the wireless fence to move my dog's range in. It was very easy to set up and since she was already trained to the underground fence, she adapted very well. I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend it to my friends.
Posted by Mike J on Nov 4th 2013
Works well. Simple install, relatively easy to tune it in to the area coverage that you would like. We live on the side of hill, and have no issues with coverage, unlike some of the other reviews.
Posted by Mark Aldrich on Oct 13th 2013
I know that sounds mundane, but the device just WORKS!! Love the simple design and easy setup + easy to follow instructions.
The only down side were the flags - they were a bit flimsy.
That's where I took one star off. :)
Posted by Rick on Aug 22nd 2013
We have a large property-our neighbors are about 1/2 mile away and they LOVE to treat our dogs when they come over-there is a busy road however near them and I bought the RadioFence product in hopes of containing them. I set the base unit up in our Rec Room-formally our 2 car garage-we have a large 2 story house, over 3000 sq ft. When I started setting the flags up, however the only place I could get close the 90' radius advertised was directly in front of the Rec room where the signal passed through one wall. At the rear of the garage, where the back yard is, even though the signal is also passing through one wall, the distance is cut in half-40'. To the side of the garage, the land falls away into a steep, but walkable canyon-here the signal fades immediatly-within 20'. On the other side of the house-and anywhere the signal has to pass through more than one wall, the radius is practically zero. My only options at this point are to either purchase another 2 or 3 base stations, or return the unit-I can't afford the extra stations so it looks like I will be returning the unit. Good idea, practical perhaps for a small house in a flat neighborhood, but isn't designed for country life in my opinion.
Posted by Rachel on Jun 22nd 2013
I got the PIF-300 about a month ago. At first I was very sketchy after reading about how the system might not work with hills in the yard and by certain electronics.
Set-up was very easy. (all I had to do was do a few settings with the collar and the transmitter, and walk around the yard with the collar, and when it beeped, place a flag down).
I have a house thats built into a hill (backyard flat) front yard sloping hill) and the system works JUST FINE. I was suprised how much room my dog had to run on the highest boundary setting. I had to turn it down to 6.
At first I turned the shock setting too high and my dog yelped and jumped, but he learned JUST LIKE THAT. He was scared after but it used to his area now. I have the shock setting on 3 now. I have a pitbull rotweiller. he is very hyper. this system has helped him calm down quite a bit.
worth the money. worth the wait.
I would recommend this to anyone with bigger dogs.
Posted by erik on May 28th 2013
it took 15 min to read the literature and 2 minutes to set up. worked from the get go. awesome!
Posted by Unknown on Apr 15th 2013
We have a small yard that backs to a greenbelt, and these invisible dog fences work really great for that kind of space. It was inexpensive and was easy to set up. My dog learned very quickly the barriers and it keeps him in the yard perfectly. We are really happy with our purchase from here!
Posted by sherry gundersen on Apr 10th 2013
had one of these systems before. It really trains the dog right away in where their boundary is at.
Posted by Doc Ham on Mar 13th 2013
The biggest selling point for me on this dog fence was that you don't have to bury it or anything. We were able to bring this with us when we moved, no problem! It keeps my dog in our front yard with no problems at all, this has been a lifesaver.
Posted by Carol Kirkland on Mar 8th 2013
i got this because i didnt want to tie my dog. i wanted him to be able to run and play but not get lost. it works great.
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