PetSafe Stubborn Dog In Ground Fence

$194.99
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PetSafe Stubborn Dog In Ground Fence

$194.99

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PetSafe Stubborn Dog In Ground Fence

 

He may be stubborn, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be kept safe and secure. To help manage your strong-willed pal, this in-ground fence comes equipped with five adjustable levels of correction, including a tone-only plus vibration mode. The adjustable collar is especially designed for hard-to-train dogs. Relax, help is on the way!

 

Features:

·         Designed for stubborn and hard-to-train pets - highest intensity level available

·         Four adjustable static correction levels plus tone with vibration only mode

·         Ideal for training hearing-impaired dogs

·         Includes 500 ft of wire and 50 boundary flags (covers up to 1/3 of an acre)

·         Covers up to 10 acres (additional wire and flag kits required)

·         Waterproof receiver with low-battery indicator 

 

 

Item Specifications:

 

System Contains:

Power Adapter

Fence Transmitter

500ft Boundary Wire

Receiver Collar (Fits neck sizes 6 to 28 inches)

50 Boundary Flags

Test Light Tool

9V Alkaline Battery

Operating and Training Guide

Wire Nuts

Gel-Filled Splice Capsules

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Help: Doese anyone know if it is easy to install the invisable fence and train your pet yourself? I had a company come out and they wanted $1700.00 min.. August 4, 2012
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