Make sure the boundary width is at least 12 feet to 20 feet wide.
Test the receiver collar with the test light tool, walking toward the boundary wire. If the test light flashes, check the fit of the receiver collar on your pet.
If receiver collar is not activating see “My receiver collar is not correcting.”
If receiver collar is activating:
If receiver collar has adjustable correction levels, increase the level of static correction one level at a time and test each level on your pet before progressing to the next level
Turn up transmitter boundary dial
Trim pet’s fur
Purchase longer contact points
Repeat the training steps to reinforce the boundary for your pet.
If pet is now receiving the correction but still will not stay in the yard, even after reinforcement of training, you may need a stronger receiver collar. We offer a stubborn dog receiver collar with higher correction intensity levels for wireless systems and one for in-ground systems.