● Safety Your Pet
● Pulsed Proportional Stimulus
The closer your dog gets to the boundary, the more intense the shock will be.
● Progressive Tone Stimulus
A warning tone will be issued first, then a shock stimulus if your dog continues to move closer to the boundary.
● Variable Field Width Control
Allows you to precisely control the width of the signal field.
● Audible and Visual Wire Break Indicators
Should your buried wire ever break, a loud sonic alarm will sound accompanied by a flashing light.
● Speed Detect Anti-Run through
The faster your dog is moving, the quicker the higher level of intensity is issued.
● Built-in Lightining Protection
Protects transmitter from power surges caused by lightning stikes.
● Multiple Collar Operation
Add as many collars as you like to contain as many animals as you have. There is no limit to the number of collars it can control.
● Wide Range Covering Area
Up to 5000 square meter range (over 1.2 acre).
This system will help teach dogs what the safe playing boundaries are, and will keep your dog from dangerous areas like roads,
pools or off-limits zones like neighbor's gardens, flowerbeds etc.
Easily bury the wire along the contours of the designated area, and put the receiver collar on your pet.
The collar will detect the signals sent by the wire. When the dog
is approaching the boundary, the collar will make a warning beep, reminding the dog to keep its distance.
If the dog keeps going forward, the system will issue gradual increases of stimulus until the dog backs away.
Gradually, it will learn to respect the boundaries and will learn what the safe area is.
This invisible dog fence system is a safe and cost-effective way to contain your pet within its area.
The system is capable of covering up to 5,000 square meters (53,800 square feet) and comes with enough wire to cover 1.2 acres.
It is a safe and humane way to discipline your dog. It does not harm the pets and allows it to be safe.
Total length of wire: 300 meters
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Package included :
1 X Indoor wall-mounted transmitter
1 X 12V Power plug
1 X Adjustable receiver collar
1 X 6 Volt 4LR44 battery for collar
1 X 300 Meter Roll of fence Wire
2 X Extra metal contact points
20 X Training flags
1 X Test bulb
4 X Screws
1 X User's manual
How to set up the fence?
1.Design your boundary,lay the boundary wire on top of the ground.
–Please keep fence 10ft away form your neighbor's under ground fence so as to avoid signal interference.
–When designing the boundary, remember that the boundary wire must make one continual as loop to maintain the complete signal.
2.Lay the boundary wire on top of the ground
–Start by connecting one end of the boundary wire to the transmitter
–Follow your design, lay the wire on the ground.
–Do not bury the wire until your have tested the system and sure it is working properly.
3.To complete the signal loop and test the system
–Connect the other end of the boundary wire to the transmitter.
–Plug in your power adapter and turn the unit on.
–Hook up the shocker tester to the collar probes and slowly walk the collar toward the boundary line. You will hear a warning tone and
see the shocker test light illuminate.
Note: The test light which shown above is for reference only, specific please in kind prevail !
4.Burying the boundary wire
–Once you have confirmed that the system is working ,you can bury the wire.
–Using a spade or edging tool, cut approximately half an inch into the ground following the boundary pattern of the wire you have
just laid on the ground.
–Start digging near the wall mounted transmitter and continue around the path of wire.
–Push the wire into the ground and cover it with dirt or turf.
–To cross an asphalt driveway,make a half inch deep cut using a circular saw and masonry blade. Place the wire in the crack,and seal.
How to get your dog being trained ?
Before training your dog, placing the training marks first.
–Proper placement of all the marks is a critical element in effectively training your dog.
–Turn on bother the collar and the wall transmitter in your home to active your system.
–Standing in side your yard, walk toward the fence wire while carrying the collar and place the flags at the spot where your
first hear the warning tone activated on the collar.
–Repeat this process, placing a flag every four to six feet around your entire perimeter.
Training your pet
–Your commitment to training your pet is a key factor in the success of the training.
–Plant to spend ten to twenty minutes, three to four times a day to train your pet.Consistence is of the great importance in training.
–There are a total of four steps to training, with each step taking approximately three days for your dog to fully understand the
meaning of the flags,warning tone and corrections.