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PetSafe

Model IF-300

Internet #100043603

Store SKU #514249

1/2 Acre Radius Wireless Pet Containment System

$259.95 /each
  • Covers an adjustable curcular area up to 1/2 acre
  • 5 adjustable levels of static correction
  • Portable wireless system sets up in 1-2 hours

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The PetSafe 1/2 Acre Radius Wireless Pet Containment System is a great way to keep your PetSafe and secure in your yard. It allows the freedom to roam within a 1/2 acre radius. If your pet gets close to the coverage area limit a noise will sound to warn them, if they continue they will receive a mild static correction to encourage them to remain within the boundaries.

  • Receiver collar is sized for pets over 8 lb.
  • Centrally located transmitter sends an adjustable radio signal of up to a 90 foot radius (over 1/2 an acre) to a small, lightweight receiver on your pet's collar
  • Provides a safe zone for your pet that cannot be run through, dug-under or jumped over
  • 3 adjustable levels of correction and a bonus tone-only mode
  • One 6-Volt lithium battery required (sold separately)
  • Will support multiple dogs with additional PetSafe wireless receiver collars, model number IF-275 (sold separately)
  • You can double the coverage area by adding an additional transmitter model number IF-100 (sold separately)
  • Waterproof receiver
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are the flags marking the containment area & are they buried or above ground?

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June 21, 2016
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You put the flags out as a reminder and visual learning tool for the dogs. They soon learn where the boundary is. They are above ground.
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January 20, 2015
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They're stuck in the ground with the flag above ground and waving in the wind.
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December 10, 2014
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the flags are installed by you when you find the boundary during installation. after your pet learns the boundary, you can remove the flags. I keep them handy though, because if there is something I don't want my dog to get near, I just put the flags there and he won't go near it, lol.
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November 4, 2014
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Above the ground
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July 28, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in PetSafe's Wireless Pet Containment System.
The boundary flags are used when training the dog to learn the boundary lines of where the containment area is. They are removed once the dog is trained.
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How do turn up the magnitude of the shock?

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By a button on the collar.
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There is a button that you press on the collar to adjust the intensity.
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July 20, 2016
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Hello Lake, the stimulation is turned up by the button on the receiver collar under the little clear cap. Click once to check the current level, click twice to up the level.
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July 19, 2016
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The magnitude of the shock is change by pressing the small black button under the clear cap on the color.
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How far can the dog go from the transmitter? On the rotary dial which is the farthest distance, 1 or 8?

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8 is the farthest setting and it covers a 1/2 acre radius.
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January 20, 2015
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Distance can be as far as 90 feet and 8 provides the greatest distance.
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December 10, 2014
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the higher the number, the larger the containment area. It is much easier if you have two people setting it up, one inside with the transmitter and one outside with the collar to check the boundary. We used our cell phones to communicate and had it done in under 30 minutes.
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8 ABOUT 50 YARDS
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how do you decide where to install the transmitor? does it only do a circular area?

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Place the transmitter near an outlet along a window or outside wall of the house or building that you want to be the 'center' of the area the dog can roam. Turn it and the collar 'on' and go outside. Walk around to find the boundaries as the collar will beep when you've reached the distance the dog can roam. If it doesn't beep soon enough for the area you want limited; either turn down the dial on the Read More
Place the transmitter near an outlet along a window or outside wall of the house or building that you want to be the 'center' of the area the dog can roam. Turn it and the collar 'on' and go outside. Walk around to find the boundaries as the collar will beep when you've reached the distance the dog can roam. If it doesn't beep soon enough for the area you want limited; either turn down the dial on the transmitter or relocate the transmitter away from the boundary you want to establish as in moving the 'center' of the area the dog can roam.
Regarding your circular question; yes, it is circular except for areas obstructed by metal buildings or objects like a metal trailer. Walking around holding your collar will alert you to those situations.
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Hanging it on a wall, or putting it up on a shelf worked best for us. the containment area is somewhat circular, but can be affected by obstacles, so it's not perfectly round. you have to just find the boundaries as instructed in the manual.
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yes it is a large circle 1/2 acre from side to side
when walking with the collar it will beep when coming to the end of the line
so you can tell where the line is going to be.. this way you can see where you
want the transmitter
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June 30, 2014
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Hi Lori,
The transmitter is wireless so it can be placed anywhere.
Try to locate it so there are no obstructions blocking the signal.
The signal travels like the waves in a pond. With a 1/2 acre
radius.
You my buy additional transmitters to cover a larger area.
Mike,
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great. No Complaints Setup was easy. Dogs know where there boundaries are now and I now just need to put the collar on and they stay in there area with the tone only setting. August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work for us We tried to set this up twice and even called the company when it would not work! We live in a ranch and they told us that it was not working properly due to the garage (Cars/tools) Made no sense but we had to return it! Other people we know, has it, and it works great!!!! May 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not suited for our back yard Cannot be squared off , just a circular deterrent. If you have a square or rectangular plot of land this product is of limited use. May 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not a Quality Product The collar receiver would beep at random times, even when it was within a couple feet of the transmitter. This really confused the dog. Very poor quality construction for such an expensive item. Can not recommend this product. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product, this wireless fence is wonderful and easy to use. just set up perimeters and walk dog as directions state and works great. I had a fence jumper and a digger have used this for about 2 months and I love it. but the dogs enjoy it more as they get more outside time, we have a doggie door and they come and go outside as wanted. great product. March 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cheaper than putting up a fence around our 2 acres! Really simple to 'install'. Our Australian Shepherd didn't take long to recognize the boundaries either. He loves roaming the 1/2 acre around the house and now comes in the front door or the back, just wherever he happens to take the notion to come in. No more 130ft linear running line with a 10ft lead. He's so much happier and stays outside a lot more now too. March 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great It works great thx this works it gives the dog a big circle to run April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pet safe This will be our 2nd one, the first one we used 12 years and after our dog was gone we gave it away thinking we would never need another. Now we are 1 month into our new puppy phase and are ready to buy another. Pet safe is the best thing on the market, easy to train and set up. It seemed like she got the hang of it within the first week. Fingers crossed our new addition is just as smart! February 20, 2016
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