◇ Safe efficient dog fence system: Classic cheap fence coming with buried wires and wall-mounted transmitter, help to train dogs to shape the habit of living in their own independent space
◇ Progressive tone stimulation: if your dog continues to approach the border, it will emit a warning sound and then an electric shock stimulus. The faster your dog moves, the intensity will be higher
◇Disconnection alarm: if the system’s control center detects a disconnection, the indicator light will also light up
◇ Multiple Dogs Support: Fits all kinds of dogs weighing 15lbs+ with neck sizes from 7.5inch to 17.92inch. One transmitter can pair with 3 collar receivers at the same time
The hidden F-023 electric dog fence includes an underground wire that creates a roaming area of up to 5.5 acres for your dogs. A receiver sounds a warning tone when your dog approaches the boundary and emits a static correction if go further, while run-through prevention technology helps prevent dogs from passing through the containment field, which is a reliable, cost-efficient pet containment system to train your dog naturally seek to avoid correction and stay within established boundaries where you limited.
– Progressive warning tone;
– Variable field width control;
– Audible and visual wire break indicator;
– Speed detect anti-run through;
– Multi-dogs training with additional collar receiver;
– 6V 4LR44 battery included for the collar receiver;
– Up to 2500 square meters range;
– Boundary flags as a visual aid during training;
– Recommended for dogs that weight at least 15lbs and are over 16 weeks old.
A buried wire transmits a harmless radio signal, and you can set the range of motion by the wall-mounted transmitter sensitivity. When the dog approaches the boundary, the signal causes the dog’s collar receiver to deliver a warning beep first, then shock until the dog goes back to the area you set up.
Step 1: Find 2 heads of wire and test whether the transmitter and collar works properly;
Step 2: Design your containment area and calculate the amount of wire needed;
Step 3: Install the wall transmitter;
Step 4: Layout the perimeter wire;
Step 5: Connect the perimeter wire to the wall transmitter;
Step 6: Verify transmitter is functioning without a problem;
Step 7: Set up the receiver and then, test the containment system and adjust the field width;
Step 8: Install the boundary wire and training flags;
Step 9: Fit collars to your dogs and train your dogs.
Note: we recommend the collar be worn for less than 8 hours per day.
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