The transmitter is plugged into a socket and the radio collar has the receiver. The transmitter transmits a radio frequency beam and it is possible to set the distance of the signal up to the desired limit range.
The collar beeps or flashes sequentially to indicate the new shock level. Press the button again within 5 seconds to increase the level again. Continue until the collar indicates it is at the level of correction you want. To decrease the correction level, keep the button pressed, the level returns to 1.
Use the Dog 1/2 button on the remote to select Dog 1 or Dog 2. With the remote on and the collar off, press and hold the power button on the collar. After approximately 5 seconds, the collar LED will turn off to indicate it is ready to pair.
Depending on the fence purchased, the security zone can be adjusted from a minimum of 3 feet to a maximum of nearly 3 acres.
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Many people believe that an invisible underground wireless electric fence is the best way to keep your dog in your yard. However, they are not as effective as you might think. Statistics show that invisible wireless electric fences are only about 70% effective.
This is how the wireless dog fence works. Petsafe Instant Fence offers the safest and simplest form of pet fence available. You connect a transmitter to an inconspicuous place in the house and send a radio signal through the house. Your pet has a lightweight receiver collar that listens for the signal.
Yes, chicken wire can be a great way to keep your dog from digging. You can tie the rope to the fence about 6 inches high and bury it or fold it into an L shape tied to the grass. Be sure to roll the edges down and away from the garden so the dog doesn’t cut himself when trying to dig.
The answer is yes and no. Read on to find out more: the electric dog protection really works in the snow as long as the device is powered. When the signal range is set to 34 feet and the snow is drifting a few feet or more, the field area is less than half the normal distance.
At Dog Guard, we can work with you to train your dog to quickly familiarize himself with the limits of his safe play area. Wireless large dog fences have several advantages over traditional fences. Some larger dog breeds have been known to climb or jump over fences to escape.
Hidden fences are safe for all cats and dogs and will not harm your pet. Unlike the shock you feel when hitting a physical electric fence, the fix is a battery generated by a dog collar. The wire in the ground sends a signal to the collar, but the current in the wire has nothing to do with the zap.
It is relatively easy to bury the wire underground. Pierce the ground with a split shovel and rotate the shovel slightly back and forth to create a very narrow pit. Continue like this, spade width by spade width, until you mark the entire perimeter of the fence.
If you want to test the battery:
How to use a PetSafe shock collar