Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 47
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hutchigk Saved my sanity!
After one correction, our 7 1/2 month old/73 lb. Boxer has turned, from a terror on the run outside to an angel. We purchased this product as a less expensive alternative to constrict our pet to the yard and it works! I recommend if you're not at home/dog in cage-collar off, thunderstorm-collar off, unplug the unit from the wall-collar off first, in bed for the night-collar off. Monitor your pet for safety as with anything. This is the best investment I've ever made. Easy set-up.
May 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas It works, but...
It works like a charm, I have a Rottweiler/Dalmatian mix. After 2 times being corrected, he knows what the beep means, it was easy setup. The flags were annoying because they bend easy. However if you make the hole with a tiny screwdriver or something, they slide right in. It took a few minutes to set up. Over all it works great. Now the (but), when I walk out and hear the beep, then step back to set a flag, it keeps beeping sometimes even a couple of feet back. Dosent seem to be an issue, as long as my dog hears the beep im fine
April 3, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Driveakitty Best investment I've ever made
I bought the Pet Safe Wireless pet containment system over 8 years ago and i've never been happier. You don't have to buy PetSafe batteries, you can use any brand as long as they are the same size.
Be sure to change the batteries every few months because there is no warning for when the batteries die and my dog ALWAYS knows when they are dead and has gotten loose a few times.
You can also buy replacement collars for the receivers if yours gets dirty or old.
This system was the best investment I've ever made and I'd buy another in a heart beat if I ever needed to.
January 13, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lovedogs Works great!
Bought this wireless transmitter for our rental property. We have it set at a 45 ft radius and set at stubborn dog. Our lab/hound dog went through it once when he didn't entirely realize what was going on. He has not been through it since! If you have different elevations, you want to set the transmitter high enough to transmit in that area. We had to raise our height because the collar was not beeping in that selected area where the ground was higher. We turn it off every night just to save electricity and haven't seen that to be an issue. We got roughly 3 months out of the battery. We've had it 4 months so far. Great alternative to invisible fence!
December 29, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shaggy78 Cheaper then a fence
My wife and I like the wireless fence . It took us a few mins to hook it up and about a week for our two dog to learn the yard .
September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jing Seems too good to be true!
We have a mastiff mix and a bloodhound mix both of which would run off at any opportunity.Was getting to the point that we could not let these two out without a leash or tying them up. We purchased this system and it is like a miracle. We can let them outside without supervision and now we have peace of mind knowing that they are on our property.Still amazed at how well this works.
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LORALAI72002 AWESOME PRODUCT!
WE PREVIOUSLY HAD AN IN-GROUND WIRED PET CONTAINMENT SYSTEM THAT FAILED AFTER THREE YEARS. THIS ONE WAS SO SIMPLE TO INSTALL AND AS IT USES THE SAME TONES AS THE OTHER ONE, MY DOG WAS TRAINED TO HIS NEW BOUNDARYS IN ONE DAY. WORKS BEAUTIFULLY AND I LOVE THAT WE CAN TAKE IT WITH US WHEN WE GO ON VACATION. WORTH EVERY PENNY!
December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by moneydjhs Awesome Purchase and a great Invention
I would recommend this thing to anyone. It is even portable and we take it to my parents house and the in-laws. It is worth every penny. She is a lab and she loves to roam the yard all day while we are at work. She learned very quick where she could and could not go. Its super easy to set up but you need to change the battery every 6-8 weeks and make sure it works. The highest shock setting will get the attention of any dog with a curious attitude.
December 19, 2013