SKU: 992
$69.99 $1,299.00
Availability: 1000 left in stock
Add to cart

Guaranteed safe checkout

amazon paymentsapple paybitcoingoogle paypaypalvisa

Considerations re installing a wireless dog fence

  • A Wireless dog fence may not suitable for narrow properties – the property needs to be 30ft wide min.
  • Terrain challenges: The lay of the land may not be suitable. A wireless dog fence is not ideal for sloping or terraced gardens.
  • Heavily wooded areas can interrupt the signal. Similarly metal objects and fencing can grossly effected the signal leading to dead spots. This happens with all AM electronic dog fences.
  • A wireless dog fence collar cannot be worn indoors as is prone to activation from objects within the house – TV’s and dimmer switches as well as other household appliances.
  • Fence wobble – the boundary with a wireless dog fence fluctuates so the dog boundary will change causing confusion/danger to the dog .With some systems the Wireless Fence wobble can be up to 16ft.
  • A wireless fence cannot be used with houses that have a mobile phone signal booster or smart meter.
  • The Wireless dog fence receiver collar is heavy and bulky and not really suitable for small dogs or cats.
  • Does not give adequate warning if the pet enters the zone.

The wireless fence does work for some owners.  It would be fair to say that this product is probably more suitable to US houses where the house is on an open plan flat plot. For UK households most gardens are already fenced and the wireless dog fence is a backup. With US houses the wireless fence may be the only containment parameter. If the zone does not cover every inch of the property it is not quite so crucial. With a UK garden if the owner has a fence running around the boundary and the installs an interior circular zone this is confusing for the dog.

Also if the owner is prepared to remove the computer collar when the dog enters the house this would make the wireless fence a good option.

Most owners will agree that boundary wobble is unfair for the pet the if the wireless dog fence is being added as a secondary fence it may not be quite such an important issue.


related keywords:

- wireless dog fence

- wireless fence for dogs

- wireless electric dog fence

- petsafe wireless dog fence

- wireless dog collar 

- wireless dog collar system

2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog with traning mode
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog rechargeable
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog With traning 100% Waterproof

  • 1. Dog training function: In the dog training mode, the LED will display 3 dogs corresponding to 001, 002, 003 respectively.With three modes, when selecting the function, press the corresponding function button lightly, the indicator light is on, “+,-” 1-6 file adjustment.
  • 2. Electronic wireless fence function: the transmitter is centered, the control radius is 300 meters; the signal strength is adjusted by “+” and “-”, and the corresponding receiver distance is 30, 60, 90, 150, 300 meters.
  • TIPS:

  • 1. When the transmitter is low, the LED shows 000 slow flashing and a drop is made. . drop. . . Alarm sound, timely charging.
  • 2. If the receiver is stationary for 5 minutes, it will enter the sleep state, and the receiver can be awakened by the receiver, which can save more power.
  • 3. Don't put your collar on your dog for more than 10 hours a day.
  • 4. Keep receivers away from children.
  • 5. Please read all instructions before using this product.
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog for all size dogs
2 In 1 Wireless Dog Fence Training Collar for 1 dog package contents

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Usually works for my dog

Got this for my Rottie, at first I was able to get away with an in ground fence across the driveway to keep him out of the road, and he was content to roam on my and my neighbors' property (about 400 acres) then he started going farther and farther, eventually roaming 5-6 MILES away from home. Got this and it usually keeps him contained. It certainly gets his attention when it goes off as it literally shocks the crap out of him (he always craps right after getting the correction), fortunately he usually turns back when it beeps. HOWEVER on occasion he is hard headed and will just take the hit until the collar runs down or times out.
Unfortunately the fence area is extremely variable. I have the base and the extender, both turned up to max range at both back corners of my house (wood siding and shingle roof). I walked the boundary area with the collar in my hand and put a flag where it first beeped, then showed him. Unfortunately tried it again a few days later and the boundary was about 20ft closer than the previous time. Charged the collar and it was still smaller than when the flags were put, so make sure to take that into acocunt