If you already have your dog fence wire installed and need to replace your current dog fence transmitter and collar, you can use the PetSafe Deluxe Radio Fence Without Wire. You can replace any brand of dog fence with this kit. Simply connect your wire to the transmitter then place the collar on your pet.
The PetSafe Deluxe Radio Fence with Deluxe Ultralight Collar is for any dog or cat 5 pounds and up. With four levels of programmable correction and a low battery indicator light to let you know when to replace the battery, this is our most versatile and advanced collar.
Posted by Dave B. on Jul 5th 2016
This is a very cheaply constructed unit that wont stay working for more than a day without the alarm going off. Returning it
Posted by Unknown on Sep 9th 2015
We have used another brand of dog fence in the past that worked fine. This one was supposed to work with the wire that we had in place. It would work for about 30 minutes and then the alarm would go off indicating that the loop was not complete. If you unplugged it and let it cool off . It would work for another 30 minutes and the alarm would sound. I tried all of the settings and nothing worked. We went back to our old one and it worked fine. Sent this Petsafe one back to radiofence and had to pay shipping both ways.
Posted by ARCSPARK on Dec 6th 2011
YOU NEED TO TWIST THE WIRES FROM YOUR PERIMETER TO THE POWER SUPPLY LOCATION. I USED A BATTERY DRILL TO TWIST--WORKED GREAT!!i AM REALLY PLEASED WITH IT--i ENCLOSED OVER 4 ACRES..
Posted by Tom on Oct 24th 2011
The PetSafe Deluxe Radio Fence Without Wire came with 50 flags which I was not expecting. The unit was very easy to install. I placed 2500 feet of 14 gauge stranded wire around the farm. I was very careful to kept it 20 foot away from the house at all times as the house is a safe place without worry of shock. Cutting the blacktop to insert the line was tough we ended up using an angle grinder. I put the wire in 3/4 inch water line under any gravel access roads to barns and sheds. I am very pleased with the product. I put it on my arm and tried all settings. #5 is crazy. It hits hard similar to an electric fence. 2 and 3 are light reminders. I have our dogs on 3. The first time my Border Collie got hit after chasing a chicken he was like stuck in the zap zone. I pushed him out before the 10 seconds was up, it is now amazing to see him stop before getting zapped. The product is awesome. 2 thumbs up!!!!
Posted by Peanut on Oct 21st 2011
My dog loves his new found freedom!
Posted by Skeeterboat on Oct 19th 2011
Got a German Short hair Pointer pup and did just what the directions said. Works perfect. Bought another collar and use it on friends dogs when they come over.
Posted by callie mae on Oct 19th 2011
It only took two times for our jack russell to learn that she can't go out of the yard.
Posted by Lady Di on Oct 19th 2011
"We have a 6 month old,large, Black Lab. We have had several Labs before and know how active they can be. We live in the country on 2 & 1/2 unfenced acres. Our previous Lab got out and was hit and killed by a car. We decided we would not have another dog until we had the property fenced. Radiofence was highly recommended by my brother. We installed it with the help of a gas powered edger. Our dog was pretty much trained after the first couple walks around the yard. When our pup went through it twice (we had it set at 3 which was too low for him) he sat on the other side and waited for us to come get him. At one time he would run over to the neighbors as soon as he saw anyone in thir yard. He now sits on the edge of his boundry and watches them. We are totally impressed, and the freedom for the dog and the owners is well worth the price.
I have recommended it to several friends."
Posted by Dot on Oct 19th 2011
My husband refuses to have a physical fence on our property. The radiofence is the next best option. We live on a very busy street. It definitely contains the dog. The biggest problem is, my dog is now scared to go outside at all. I'm sure she will adjust in time.