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How to Find the Right Containment System for You in 5 Minutes

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe® Brand Marketing Specialist

With the sunshine beaming outside, your dog is dreaming of his time in the yard and you’re stressing about how you will keep her safe all summer long. Spring is the perfect time to consider and prepare for your containment options, and you will find an in-ground or wireless fence is one of the best choices.

PetSafe Containment Systems can make the warmer weather more relaxing and stress-free by keeping your pet in your yard.

In-Ground Fence™ and Wireless Pet Containment System products options are almost 15 times cheaper than the average cost of a traditional fence. Plus, they don’t block off your view from the rest of the world. You can keep your furry friend safe in your yard, but there are so many choices.

How will you ever decide? Don’t worry – we’re here to help and we’ve compiled a quick list to help you find just the right system for you. Best of all, it should take you under five minutes to choose. When planning for a PetSafe Containment System, there are three factors you should consider.

1. What is the size and shape of the area you want to contain? The Stay + Play Wireless Fence® creates a circular boundary up to 3/4 of an acre and is often the best choice for smaller yards. With In-Ground Fence systems like the Deluxe In-Ground Fence you can customize the shape of the containment size up to 1/3 of an acre.

Either coverage area can be expanded. With the Stay + Play Wireless Fence or original Wireless Pet Containment System, you just have to purchase an additional transmitter. In-Ground Fence Systems can be expanded with the purchase of additional wire and flags. Your coverage can grow up to 10 or 25 acres depending on which fence you choose. So, before you purchase consider what system works best for your yard’s size and shape.

2. How much time do you have for installation? You can easily set up a wireless system in an hour or two. You will need to find a central location for your transmitter near a power outlet. You can either mount the transmitter or set it on a flat, dry surface. After you plug it in, adjust the size of the size of the boundaries, charge the Receiver Collar, and test the system. An In-Ground Fence System is more of a day project. You will first mount the transmitter and lay out the wire where you plan to create your boundaries. Test the system and then bury the wire.

3. What Correction Level do your pets need? Regardless of the system, you can add as many pets as you need. Each containment system comes with one unique collar specific to that system. The Wireless Pet Containment System Products and Stay + Play Wireless Fence System have collars with five levels of static correction and a tone-only mode. The Basic In-Ground Fence system’s collar has one level of static correction, while the deluxe series come with four levels of static correction catered to the type of pet that will be using the collar.

Both the Deluxe Little Dog and the Deluxe Cat Receiver Collars are designed to fit smaller pets. The Stubborn Dog Receiver Collar features four levels of manually adjustable correction and a tone plus vibration mode. By considering these three things, you should be able to find the perfect containment system for you and your pet.

Let us know if you have any questions, and remember – regardless of the system you choose, training time will be required for your pet! Plan to spend 10 to 15 minutes a few times a day working with your pet. With all of our systems, you will receive a step-by-step training guide to make it easy and fun.

What containment system will you choose? If you already have one, what is your favorite feature? Let us know in the comment section below!


ABOUT NATALIE As the PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist, Natalie manages The Paw Print blog and generates other brand related content including public relations and promotions. Before PetSafe, Natalie worked in the local media covering politics, education, and religion. She is a substitute pet owner to a German shorthaired pointer named Bedford in Abingdon, VA, Frenchy the schnoodle in Lenoir City, TN, and all the office dogs at PetSafe brand headquarters in Knoxville. As a pet lover, she is currently searching for the perfect puppy to join her home.  

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I just bought a house with an I.F. containment system.  Are Petsafe collars compatible with my system?

Chuck, thanks for reaching out to us! PetSafe collars do not work with Invisible Fence systems. If you call Customer Care at 1-866-738-4379, they will be able to assist you. Thanks for reading.

can the wireless receiver collar # PIF-275-19 work with the petsafe inground system?

Hi Tara, good question. Thank you for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, the PIF-275-19 only works with our wireless containment systems. However, the PUL-175 will work perfect with your system. Let me know if you have any other questions.

I currently have a petsafe wireless fence system that works awesome.  My questions is I would like to intall a wireless computer system in my home and want to know if this will interfere with my wireless fence signal?  If so is there an way to work around this?

Jill, thanks for reading and great question! A wireless internet system shouldn’t interfere with your wireless fence, but let us know if you do encounter any problems. Let us know if we can do anything else.

I currently have the RFA-297 transmitter, which is capable of looping 5 acres (I have it covering about 2 acres). I have been using the transmitter with two german shepherds for over two year without any problems. Recently, however, they have been rushing past the fence regularly. I have been looking into getting a couple of stubborn dog collars and a new transmitter. Will using a more powerful transmitter that can cover a larger area allow me to widen the corrective field around the underground wire beyond what my current transmitter is capable of doing? I would like to do this to ensure the dogs can’t quickly rush past the corrective “zap” again.

Darold, thank you so much for writing to us. If you can email your question to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), I’ll be sure to get you the best answer for your situation. Thanks again! Talk to you soon.


Hi Raymond, great question! The majority of our systems offer the add-a-dog feature where you purchase a second collar and it corresponds to the transmitter in the same way. Was there a specific system you were looking at? Let us know how we can help!

Hi, I am wondering if people who buy the pet safe containment systems register their product with you?  The reason I ask is that we found a dog that followed our kids home when riding their bikes and no one in the area seems to recognize the dog.  It is not microchipped nor did anyone answer to the posters we put up.  IT was wearing a red pet safe collar with receiver on it.
Thank you.

Hi - We currently have an inground system for our black lab at our home but we would like to get a wireless system for our vacation home.  Since that yard there is only about a quarter acre, which of your wireless systems would be best?  I’ve been looking at your PIF300 and the next one up.  Would the PIF300 be sufficient?  Thank you.

the dog door is excellent - is truly unfortunate that the spring loaded lock on the safety slide cannot be replaced - i had to order the whole insert which by the time i paid tax and shipping was at least half the price of a new door.  seems like there should be a better way

We have in ground petsafe fence, one of the collars broke. Number on collar says 300-39?. Currently the transmitter is glued. What replacement collar can I purchase. This one uses a magnet for various correction levels. I have boxers

We have the in-ground system and have two dogs.  It works great until one dog chews the collar off the other dog.  Do you have any tips for preventing this type of problem?

Hi Kelley, To ensure this does not happen again, we generally suggest a bitter spray or powder for any chewing issues. If this does not solve the issue, you may be able to divert their attention with a similar type of plastic toy. Unfortunately, since every pet is different, it may be a course of trial and error to determine what will deter them. Let us know if we can help you further! :)

Hi Robin, we apologize for the problem that you have encountered with your collar. Please email a photo of the collar to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) so that we can identify the model. Also, please include the original date of purchase and we will be happy to provide you with the proper warranty exchange procedures and of any cost involved.

Hi Kathryn, We thank you for taking the time to share your comments and the details of your situation. Please know that they have been passed on to the appropriate teams for review and feedback.

Hi Jackie, our standard Wireless Containment System™ (PIF-300) does cover an adjustable circular area up to 1/2 acre (180 feet in diameter). This system should meet your needs based on the size of your yard. I hope you find this information helpful.

Hi April! Unfortunately, we are not able to locate an owner by the receiver that the pet wears.  All of the numbers are generic and are on every receiver of that particular model. We recommend checking with local veterinarians and shelters as these are the first places an owner will check.

We have 2 acres but not all 2 acres would be contained…maybe 1/2.. but partially front of the house and also behind the house.  How do you set up the flags with a rectangle lot where the house divides the space?  Also, how far apart do the flags have to be placed?

I have two 40lb dogs, and live on a 30 degree sloping half acre block. There is a 30ft sloping drop from the front yard to the basement level back yard then an additional 10ft drop to the back of the section.
Which containment system is suitable?
Do I need two transmitters, one for each level?
Do the transmitters emit the same frequency so that a dog collar can work on each simultaneously?
Can the boundary be set as a square as opposed to circle?
If a dog rushes past the containment area (squirrells) what distance will the dog continue to receive a zap? 6ft, 20ft other?
Will it receive a zap on its return?
Look forward to a response

I have the wireless system and I love it. The problem is I have two small dogs and the collars are to big and two heavy. Do you carry a smaller collar?

I have a rf-104 transmitter and am in need of a new power cord.  Where can I find one?

we just purchased the wireless dog training device. It said that there was directions included but the only directions are what is on the box. My question is where is the setting for the amount of static that is being given? An how to do you have it either on sound or static. Please advise asap.

Hi Shaun, great question! We are happy to help. The wireless fence works best in a flat, level yard. Because of the way the system operates, signal from the system will be inconsistent in areas where there are slopes or grades of more than 3-4 feet, which can be confusing for your pet. If you have a hill or your yard is not level, the in-ground fence would be a better option for your pet and would better suit your containment area.

The in-ground fence is customizable and will accommodate a square boundary. With this fence, the pet will receive correction according to the boundary zone you set on the transmitter. Once the pet has gone through the correction zone they will no longer receive a correction. When the pet returns to the yard, they will receive a correction as they pass through the correction zone. You can shop for an in-ground fence here: Let u.s know if you have any other questions. Have a great day.

Hi, we are happy to help! What system do you have? Thanks so much.

Hi Pat, we’re so glad to hear you and your pets are enjoying freedom in your yard! The Stay + Play collar is the smallest we have, and it will work with your system. Let us know if you need anything else:

Hi Nadine, we’re so excited for you and your pet to enjoy the freedom of your yard with your Wireless System. This video should help you train your pet: but if you have any other questions, please let us know! Have a great day.

You can purchase a replacement power adapter for $24.95 (USD) plus tax and shipping by calling our Customer Care Center directly at 1-800-732-2677. Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8 A.M. - 8 P.M. EST and Saturdays 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. EST. Thanks!

We have 4 dogs on our in-ground wire system.  Love it!  But, one of the dog’s receiver is blinking red.  Bought a replacement battery, but the receiver is still blinking red.  What is the problem?  Thanks.

I apologize that you have encountered a problem with your collar. The collar sometimes may not recognize the full strength of the new battery when it is changed. This can cause the unit to not respond properly or change correction levels. Please try the following steps to resolve this issue:

* Remove the battery from the receiver.
* Let the receiver sit without a battery for about 1 minute or press and hold the button until the light goes out completely.
* Reinsert the battery
* Test the unit

If these steps do not resolve the issue, please email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for further assistance.


Hi, I have 4 dogs ranging from 7 lbs to 150 lbs. Is there one system that will that will cover an area of 6 acres and all of the dogs? Are all of your collars compatible with with all systems? I also need waterproof collars. Thanks for your help.

I would recommend starting with one of our basic In-Ground Fence™ systems and then add additional collars based on the needs of the pet. All of our in-ground receiver collars are waterproof and are compatible with our in-ground systems. Please note, the Wireless receivers and the UltraSmart In-Ground Fence Receiver are not compatible with our basic in-ground systems.  I have included a link to our website for additional information on our basic In-Ground Fence™ system, but let us know if you have any other questions!

I have a small yard and would like for our two english bulldogs to go outside without crossing the road.There is only about 8 feet from bottom of porch stairs to the road, how far is warning area with the under ground wire or the wireless system? I don’t want them to get zapped coming off the porch.The entire yard is about 55ft wide/116ft long which system would be best?

Based on the size and layout of your yard, you could use the In-Ground Fence or the Wireless System. The In-Ground system will follow the boundaries of your yard, while the Wireless system is limited to a circular boundary. The wireless transmitter would be located in the center of the circular pet area and has a maximum radius of 90 feet. Both systems could be adjusted to accommodate the area from the porch to the road. Please note, the wireless fence works best in a flat, level yard. If you have a hill or your yard is not level, the in-ground fence would be a better option for your pet and would better suit your containment area.

I love my in-ground fence; my wondering Freddy now just wonders around the yard.

How much space is required in between wires. I have a narrow path that leads yo my larger yard it is about 6 feet wide. The wires would run on either side of the path.

I am considering one of your fences. I have one jumper and one digger when it comes to a regular style fence. How close to the ‘fenceline’ do they get when they receive the first shock? If she tries to jump the area, how much space does it cover? I want them to run loose in the yard for their health and happiness but I don’t want them to get onto the road.

Great, Janice! :) We are so glad you and Freddy are enjoying new found freedom.

Hi Brendan, great question! We recommend that wires running parallel to one another be at least 3-5 feet apart. If the wires are installed too closely together, the signal may be cancelled or inconsistent in that area. I hope you find this information helpful.

Hi Lora, great question! The correction zone for our In-Ground Fence system is adjustable, depending on how far from the wire you would like the collar to respond. This setting is adjusted on the transmitter and can range from approximately 1-6 feet. I hope you find this information helpful.

Hi Natalie…we had the inground petsafe fence and it worked great.  We just moved…but have a very small lot.  We have 3 dogs and are currently leashing.  Even tho we brought the transmitter with us, the lot is too small.  So we are looking at the wireless unit….Am I still able to use the same collars?  Thanks for your help :)

We just purchased the PIF-300. My daughter lives next door and has the same system for her dog.  There seems to be a dead zone in between our houses which allows my lab to go into her yard.  Should my dog collar pick up the static of her system?

I have the stubborn dog system for my two labs but have recently gained a much smaller chihuahua friend, which collars are compatible with my system and will not be too large for the dog?

Hi Lenell, If the boundary zones overlap approximately 5-10 feet, there will be an open area for the pets to pass through. However, this is the only area that would be open and the pets would receive a correction when trying to leave either yard. If you would like to close this open zone between the yards, you will need to move the transmitter or reduce the boundaries so that they do not overlap.  I hope you find this information helpful.

Hi Pam, Unfortunately the In-Ground receiver collars are not compatible with our Wireless Containment systems. I apologize for any inconvenience.

The Elite In-Ground Little Dog Receiver Collar is compatible with the Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence and should be a good fit for your smaller pet. This is our smallest waterproof receiver collar and can be used with pets that are 5 pounds and up. I have included a link to this item on our website for additional information and pricing.

We have an older RF-104 transmitter.  Will the newer collars work with this system?  Thank you!

Hi JoAnn, the newer wired containment collar will work with the RF-104 transmitter. There are many receivers compatible with the RF-104 transmitter. Here is a link to the additional In-Ground receivers available for our In-Ground fences:

Please note, the Wireless receivers and The UltraSmart In-Ground Fence Receiver are not compatible with this transmitter. If you have any further questions about this, please email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Have a great day!

We have an in ground system for our 5 acre for 3 large dogs. I have a small Schneider and would like to contain him to a smaller area but I don’t want to prevent the larger dogs access to the same area. Would a wireless system affect the larger dog collars?

Should say schnauzer not Schneider.

Hi Jerene! Thank you for your comment. We would like to get a little more information from you on your yard and the layout of the system, and we want to make sure we answer all of your questions. Please call our customer care department at 1-800-732-2677. Our hours of operation are M-F 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST, and on Saturdays from 9-5.

I would like to install an underground fence to contain our dog, but we live on a lake and I would like to have the fence go from the back of our house down to the lake.  It would seem that we’d have 2 separate lines running from each back corner of the house down to water’s edge.  Is there any way of doing this?  Thanks.

We are looking at 2 different containment areas in our large back yard (around 2 large seperate flower beds) would we need to run 2 different underground fences and then each dog would need to wear 2 collars since it would be 2 seperate zones/transmitter?

Hi Mike.

Great question. This is all going to depend on how you would do your entire layout. In order to best help you choose which containment system would be best (and how to lay it out), please call our Customer Care Department to speak to one of our wired containment experts. Our hours of operation are M-F 8a-8p and Saturday 9-5, EST. You can reach us at 1-800-732-2677. We hope to hear from you soon!

What in-ground system do I need for 2 60 lb dogs and 11+ acres?

Hi Tom. Great question! We have a variety of different systems that would work for your dogs. We have a kit with a rechargeable collar that will cover up to 10 full acres, and we also have the Stubborn Dog system that will cover 10 acres with increased static correction on the collar, All o.f our in-ground containment options are available on,

I am attempting to purchase one of your wireless systems Petsafe containment but both neighbors have the Petsafe Safe Play system.  I am trying to find out if they will be able to coexist next to each other without interfering with each others frequencies.

Hi Erin. That is a great question! If your neighbors have a wireless system (and not an In-Ground Fence), your system can exist without interference as long as the boundary width does not spill into their containment zone. If the boundaries are close, you can adjust the width so that it does not interfere. If you have any additional questions, a product expert is available at 1-800-732-2677 M-F 8a-8p and Saturday 9-5, EST. Thank you for contacting PetSafe!

My yard is small maybe even smaller the 3/4 acre which system is best for me?

I have the little dog inground system, and wanted to know if a large dog inground fence collar would work with this system?

Hi Jackie. Great question! Our other in-ground Add-a-Dog collars will work with this In-Ground Fence system, but you will want to make sure they are not for wireless systems or for the Yard Max system. Thank you for contacting us!

What about kitties????  I want to find a way to keep them safe but not by using a wireless fence or collars.  Do you have any kind of a guard that can be attached to top portion of a privacy fence that can prevent them from climbing over?

Hi Gail. Thank you for your comment. We have a containment system for cats available at, which, is an outdoor solution. We have indoor deterrent solutions for cats available as well, but these are not designed for outdoor use. We hope that this helps!

I have an in-ground system for stubborn dogs.  I have a Brittany Spaniel and a Border Collie.  When the system was installed, the Border figured out that the twisted line leading from the house transmitter to the boundary line was not “hot”.  She instinctively knew that THAT was what was shocking her…..and she dug it up!  So we re-installed the twisted line, this time encased in conduit.  Voila!  No more problems!  We also installed the line through conduit which crosses the driveway because of the high-traffic.  Just want you to know I enjoy the peace of mind and the dogs enjoy running and playing in the entire 2 acre area.  Thanks for an excellent product!

I currently have the Pet Safe Deluxe in ground system but my Husky and Lab X are blowing through the fence regularly.  I want to upgrade to the Stubborn Dog system, but need to know if I can just purchase the collars or if I need to buy the stubborn dog transmitter as well.

I seen the part about extra transmitters for larger areas. Is there a page where I can put in my measurements and get what all I need? kind of like a water sprinkler design. I have had the same transmitter since 99 and I now have a Lab that I would like to give room to run. about 8 acres. Thanks in advance, Aaron.

I am looking into purchasing the wireless fence but I have a question.  I want to set up the wireless fence in the backyard only.  We live in town and I don’t want my dog to be able to go out front.  Our yard isn’t very big but good size back yard. It’s probably around 2500 sqft.  Is it possible to setup the fence in the backyard only? I don’t want the dog to be able slip through the sides to the front of the house.

I am looking at purchasing the Yardmax system as I added a new puppy. I have other dogs that use the older collars such as a stubborn dog collar and deluxe collar. Would the current collars work with the Yardmax system? I love the upgraded specs on that system. Please tell me all the collars will work. lol

I have an older system maybe 10 years old from a previous dog. Someone said you have an upgrade program to get the newer systems, is that true? We have a new Britney and she is a runner, I need something to keep her in our yard. Please help, thanks

Question ? What is the best system/collar to keep my cats in my yard. I have Petsafe wireless for my dogs and it’s great !  Are there any collars for cats that works with this system ?

Any help will very much appreciated , Thanks,  Kim

Hi Aaron,

If you only need to fence in 8 acres, you may be able to just add wire to your existing layout. Try this wire calculator to see how much wire you’ll need:

Call us at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to discuss specific layout options for your yard.

Hi Jared,

It depends on the shape of your backyard and where you put the wireless transmitter. If you want to keep your dog only in the back and not let him access the sides or front of your home, an in-ground fence would probably be best.

Call us at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to discuss the right layout option for you and your dog.

Hi Brandon,

We love the new boundary max features, too! Unfortunately our YardMax system isn’t compatible with our other in-ground or wireless systems or collars.

If you like your current system, you can add a new collar for your puppy. If you want to switch over to the YardMax system, give us a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to go over your options and walk you through the installation process.

Hi Tom,

Give our Customer Care team a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to go over your options.

Thanks for reading!

Hi Kim,

Some cats can wear the same wireless collar as dogs comfortably. You could try putting one of your dogs’ collars on your cat to see if it fits okay. The Stay+Play Wireless Fence® collar is our smallest, lightest collar: It wo.rks with our original Wireless Fence and Stay+Play Wireless Fence.

We also have a special cat collar strap just for cats. It has a special stretchy section that flexes with your cat’s movement. You just replace the strap on a standard wireless fence collar. You can give Customer Care a call at 1-866-738-4379 to order it.

Does the wireless system work on uneven terrain?

Hi Shalom,

Wireless fences will work on mildly sloped terrain. The wireless transmitter signal extends 180 or 210 feet in all directions, depending on which system you choose. A sloping yard or a yard with hills can cause the pet area to appear less or more than expected. You might need to move the transmitter to maximize your pet area.

Give our Customer Care team a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to go over your fence and layout options.

What fence would you suggest for a medium sized yard with a significant slope? Our goal it to keep the husky pup from digging under the 6ft wood privacy fence, so not so much containment as just keeping her away from the fence a couple feet.

Hi Trisha,

One of our in-ground fences should help keep your husky from digging under the fence. You’ll just need to bury the wires inside the fence line.

If your yard’s less than 5 acres, our Basic In-Ground Fence™ system should do the trick: .

If you don’t want to worry about replacing collar batteries, here’s a fence with a rechargeable collar:

Give us a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to help you pick the right fence.

We have the Stubborn Dog collar system & my Samoyed has started running thru after 3 years. It is set to the highest static correction level. There are no breaks in the line. He basically sees a rabbit,  squirrel, or anything else and takes off. What can we do? Do you have any other products that we can try?

Hi Jennifer,

I’m sorry to hear you’re having trouble with your system.

Have you checked the collar to see if the battery is still working? You can try installing a fresh battery:

You can also check to make sure the collar is working with the Test Light Tool:

If the battery and collar are fine, you might need to do a refresher training course with your dog to reinforce his boundaries.

Give us a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’ll gladly help you troubleshoot your system.

We have 2 pit bulls and have bought 4 collars but they continue to chew them off one another do you do repairs or are we just out?

There is the invisible fence people that have a chew cover for they’re collars. They want us to trade 4 new, but one chewed collars for there products with the chew cover. Really disappointed that you have not made them for your collars.  Linda Daly

I need advice on which containment system will work for us.  Would like wireless with quite a large range.  Can you please advise me?


I have a very large dog.  She is part saint Bernard.  I also have a very small dog.  She is a pomeranian.  Which system would be best.

Hi Kristie,

Our Customer Care team would be happy to discuss your options for collar replacement. Give us a call at 1-866-738-4379.

There are some ways to keep pets from chewing their collars off. You can try spraying the collars with pet deterrent sprays like Bitter Apple.

Thanks for reading!

Hi Vicki,

Our Stay+Play Wireless Fence® system has the largest range of up to 3/4 acre per transmitter.

You can cover a larger area by adding extra transmitters with overlapping coverage, kind of like the MasterCard logo.

Here are some sample layouts to give you an idea:

Give us a call at 1-866-738-4379 and we’ll gladly help you pick the right fence for your pets and your yard.

Hi Tami,

It really depends on your yard. How much space do you want to give your dogs? Pick a fence that covers your yard with the right collar size for one of your pets, then add another collar for the other pet.

For example, you could purchase the Little Dog In-Ground Fence™ system that comes with a lightweight collar for dogs over 5 pounds and add an extra Stubborn Dog Collar for your St. Bernard mix. The fence covers up to 1/3 acre with the included boundary wire and expands up to 25 acres with extra wire. Or if you have a yard that’s under an acre, go wireless with the Stay+Play Wireless Fence® system and add an extra Stay+Play collar.

Check out all of our fences here: .

Our Customer Care team would be happy to help you choose the right fence. Give us a call at 1-866-738-4379.

Thanks for reading!

If I have 2 pet safe boxes and 2 collars how far will my dogs be able to go

Hi Julie,

It depends on which transmitters (boxes) you have and where they’re placed. Do you have an in-ground or wireless system?

Our wireless fences cover a circular area up to 1/2 or 3/4 acre. If you overlap the transmitter coverage, kind of like the Mastercard logo, you can extend how far your dogs can go.

Our in-ground fences can reach 5, 10, or 25 acres with extra boundary wire.

Call our Customer Care specialists at 1-866-738-4379 and we’d be happy to help you figure out which system you have and create the best setup for you and your dogs.

I love our wireless pet containment system ,I have 3 collars all set to different levels of correction , it took 1 day to teach Opal ,2 days to teach Albert and Sally my Bernese mountain dogs are so happy to be free again. Initially I got 1 transmitter added a second one a couple days later . This is an awesome product easy to set up and very easy to train my dogs to u Der stand the system.

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