The Premium In-Ground Pet Fence is the newest pet containment system offered by PetSafe. This containment system keeps your pet safely contained and secure in your yard.
Depending on the size of the area you want to protect, you will be able to install the fence in as little as a few hours. Simply set up the transmitter in your garage or house and bury the wire around your yard.
This pet fence comes with 500 feet of wire and 50 training flags and can cover up to 5 acres with additional wire and flags. You'll place flags around your yard to train your pet where his new yard boundaries are in fun, quick training sessions. Most pets learn their new boundaries quickly. If your pet gets too close to his new boundaries, the waterproof receiver collar reminds your pet with a warning beep, followed by a safe, gentle static correction if he gets too close. You can have an unlimited number of pets on this fence by purchasing an extra collar for each pet.
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This Pet Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags and dog fence collars, you can enclose up to 5 acres and contain an unlimited number of pets.
Factory Grade Wire
This is the wire included in all self-install kits. Regardless of gauge, this wire is of medium quality, lighter weight and keeps shipping and initial costs down. This wire will work but does not hold up to the elements as well as a professional grade wire. The vinyl wire coating is prone to cracks and over time exposes the copper leaving the wire susceptible to damage. This can cause issues that impact the functionality of your dog fence system. Since finding, digging up, and repairing wire breaks can be a tedious job at best, many people prefer to upgrade to a pro-grade wire from the start.
Heavy Duty Grade Wire
The initial cost of heavy duty grade wire is a bit more than manufacturer grade wire. However, there are many benefits to choosing heavy duty wire for your dog fence. Heavy Duty grade dog fence wire holds up better to freezing conditions, sunlight exposure, contraction and expansion of the ground, water exposure and general wear and tear. The long term savings in time and replacement if you are planning on staying in your home for at least a year or more, makes the heavier duty wire a much better investment.
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Posted by Unknown on Nov 27th 2015
Still having trouble with adjustments, works sometimes & then not & then sometimes too strong. Hope we get it worked out before we get further into winter
Posted by countrycousin on Jun 25th 2015
I love the freedom it allows our dog. It didn't take long to train him. Just takes patience and consistency.
Posted by kiu9876 on Jun 20th 2015
Works great easy training only dislike is the batteries in the callor having to be ordered pet safe only
Posted by Ferg on Jun 18th 2015
Bought the fence for my daughter since she had such a fence previously. With the right tools, installation could have been easier. The final outcome was great.Two neighbors inquired about the fence and one ordered online so far. I will be sure to let him know about the option to lay the wire on top instead of burying it.
Posted by Cliff Klousia on May 26th 2015
I have had the product about a month. We are still trying to get it to work. The advertising for this product was somewhat misleading. It is much more difficult to install than is advertised.
Posted by brb1967 on May 16th 2015
The transmitter has two lights on it to show you if it is working or not. My dog responds to the beeping noise if she gets to close to the line and I twisted the line to run it into the garage and it works great - no problem with the dog walking over it.
Posted by joey1967 on May 11th 2015
We have the fence installed and have tested the collars. The training will start today, so I do not have any feedback on that. However, the fence itself seems to be very consistent. We used the 500 feet of wire that came with it and then probably about another 250 - 300 feet of additional wire that we bought. We were able to splice the wire very easily. We had bought the splicing piece that RadioFence sells as well. So far very pleased!
Posted by Tim on Mar 30th 2015
I needed an additional collar for my sons pup. My fence is 15 years old so I bought a new system for backup. This is a super product you can't go wrong and the best price ANYWHERE.
Posted by Del on Dec 15th 2014
I have a 50 pound pig that likes to destroy anything she gets close to and comes in the house at will through the doggie door so I wondered if it would work for her. It does indeed! We live on 1/2 acre and I was short on wire about 20 feet to cover the area but other than that, it worked perfectly. The splice was easy and the system worked the first time. Ms Piggy went in circles the first couple of times she got close to the wire but then went around the yard testing in various places. Now she looks at the doggie door but doesn't cross the line. She even tried to step over the wire (high step it) but found that didn't work either. I would recommend the product.
Posted by Dana Terry on Nov 30th 2014
I purchased this item in 2001. The only problem I ever had with the product not containing my dog was an act of god (transmitter hit by lightning) and a dead battery in the receiver. I can honestly say that I have been a very satisfied customer. Yes I gave a 5 star rating, but please be aware, I based it on the equipment I purchased in 2001. I cannot tell you about the performance of the transmitter in todays product (it is more pleasing to the eye though) However, I am not satisfied with the current replacement collar. The company totally changed the battery portion of the receiver. The only good thing I can say about the battery change is that it is a little more user friendly. My experience with this new receiver style, however, is that the battery doesn't last as long, And you have to order them. I don't remember the exact number on the battery for the prior model but they were a little bigger than a dime (and it took two) the nice thing was, when you needed them, you could just pop in anywhere that they sold batteries. When I decided to write this review, I looked to see if they had made any changes to the stubborn dog collar. It still uses a 9 volt battery (and they last a very long time) The other problem with the replacement collar is the fastener, they are amazingly flimsy,The fastener in the original collar is still in prime working order, so I just switched collars. The once bright red collar is now a faded dark pink but hey, it's thirteen years old. The only reason I had to replace the receiver is because I got in a hurry and didn't get it put back together tight enough and the lower end of the assembly got knocked off and I couldn't find it anywhere When I had to end up purchasing a bark collar, I didn't even bother putting it together, I just went an bought a sturdier collar and made holes in it. I mean, come on Petsafe, you are making this very professional and efficient company look bad and I don't like it.
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