PetSafe Stay & Play Wireless Fence

Your Wireless Fence Pet Training System can pair with up to 2 Pet Collar Units.
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Pet focus is kind of new to this market, and you can even see it by its curvy catchy look. They haven’t made a lot of reviews on Amazon, and as a result, they got a rating of 2.5 stars out of 5.0. They also have a couple of questions answered. The prize tag for this wireless electric fence is fairly good. You can surely try this out when you want to be one of the first people to have it. This Wireless electric fence has a bit of next level tech. The transmitter device is totally wireless. You don’t need to buy any cord or anything for it to work, in fact, you don’t even have to worry about digging the ground or paving anything.
All of PetSafe’s wireless dog fence systems come with a total of 6 different correction settings:
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The PetSafe Wireless Fence transmitter unit is large, a little bigger than a one-gallon paint can. The system can create any boundary shape you want as long as it is a circle. You can control the size of a circle, from anywhere from a few feet up to a maximum of 90 feet in radius (0.5 acres). Transmitter units can be overlapped to create a larger containment space. (something you cannot do on the )
An advantage with wireless units is that the boundary correction extends out infinitely so the dog cannot run through the boundary line. However, the collar will timeout and stop correcting the dog after 30 seconds if the dog does not return to the safe area.
Setting up the PetSafe wireless is a snap. You just plug the unit into a wall outlet, put it on a table (or wall mount the unit) 2-4 feet above ground level. The unit has just three controls: Released in 2011, this model extends the range of the standard PetSafe Wireless Fence to ¾ acre.
Photo provided by FlickrWireless fences are an easy, portable way to set temporary pet boundaries.
Photo provided by FlickrThe following collars are ALL compatible with this PetSafe wireless fence system:
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Today we're looking at the PetSafe PIF-300 wireless fence. This is one of the few wireless fences on the market today. It is radio signal based. What that means is unlike a wired fence, you don't actually have to bury anything in your yard. You have this system right here which you put inside your house, and it sends out a radio signal that allows the dog to go up to 90 feet away from the transmitter.Welcome to the best wireless dog fence reviews and guides on available online. I know just how unsettling it is when you can’t know if your dog is contained within its designated play area. All of our reviews of electric wireless fences for dogs have been written by people who have used the fencing in question. We do our best to cover both sides of the story: the good and the bad. We only review wireless dog fences made by two manufacturers: PetSafe and Havahart. While there are other manufacturer’s out there, we have found that these two offer the best value for your money, and the finest installation and dog training manual with the package.Worried about keeping your dog safe in your yard? A PetSafe wireless dog fence may be the best option for your pet and there is no digging involved. Before you begin, select a unit that is right for your pet and your yard. This PetSafe fence is made for dogs over 8lbs. and covers about half an acre of land. Proper training of your pet is essential for the success of the pet fence.

Pick a location for the transmitter. The location must have access to an indoor power outlet and the temperature needs to stay above freezing. Locate it on the first floor of your house in the middle of your dogs roaming area. Large metal objects can interfere with the signal, so keep it away from furnaces and refrigerators.

Plug the transmitter in, set the boundary switch to high and set the boundary control up to 8. Install the battery in the collar. Activate the static correction signal, if desired. Set up the perimeter. Hold the collar where you want the perimeter to be, and have a friend turn the dial on the transmitter until the collar beeps. Place flags where the collar beeps to visually mark the perimeter.

Fit the collar on your dog, ensuring the contact points touch your dog's skin. Tighten the collar until you can fit one finger in between the contact point and your pet's neck. Properly training your pet to stay within the boundaries of your new wireless dog fence is crucial to your pet's safety and success in using the fence. For more how to content, visit . For more pet products or to purchase your own pet fence, visit

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Or head to our channel: Please refer to the comparison chart above, which lists the top 3 best electric wireless dog fences in our opinion. Underneath each model we’ve listed all the important specs, such as minimum supported dog weight, coverage area, transmitter and receiver measurements, number of correction levels, maximum supported number of dogs, and so on. Please note that while these are primarily wireless fences for dogs, they can be used for any pet that meets the minimum weight requirements, as long as the animal can be trained properly – this is probably the main difference between a wireless fence and the , which often cannot be used on anything other than a canine.