PetSafe Stay + Play Wireless Fence Pet Containment System
Keep your pet safe in your yard without burying wires! Just plug the Transmitter into a standard wall outlet close to the area where you want to contain your pet. Charge the rechargeable Receiver Collar in 2-3 hours.
The Transmitter communicates with your dog’s Receiver Collar and helps keep him in the designated area by first delivering a warning tone should he approach the containment perimeter and then by delivering a harmless but surprising electrical stimulation should he proceed further towards the containment edge. The system is portable, so you can bring it along with you! An unlimited number of pets can be added to the system as long as they wear a PetSafe Wireless Receiver Collar.
- For outdoor use only
- For dogs 2.3 kg and up
- Fits neck sizes 15 – 58 cm
- 5 adjustable levels of static stimulation
- Tone-only mode alerts your pet with a beep
- Over Stimulation Protection: Stimulation stops after 15 seconds
- Covers an adjustable circular area up to 3/4 acre/30 ares/0.3 hectare (64 metres in diameter)
- Add extra transmitters to increase containment area
- Add an unlimited number of pets with additional wireless Add-A-Dog Receiver Collars
- Waterproof Receiver Collar
- Uses rechargeable battery
- Each charge usually lasts 3 weeks
- Battery recharges in 2-3 hours
- Low battery indicator
- Transmitter with Power Adaptor
- Receiver Collar for neck sizes 15 cm to 58 cm
- Receiver Charger
- 50 Training Flags
- Test Light Tool
- Short and long Contact Points for short or long-haired pets
- Contact Point Wrench
- Operating and Training Guide
There are situations where any system using electronic collars that deliver static stimulation should not be used:
- In dogs or cats under 6 months of age. (not for cats less than 2.7 kg and dogs. Less than 3.6 kg)
- Pregnant or nursing bitches.
- Dogs or cats with health problems especially heart disease.
- Dogs or cats that is unable to respond appropriately due to injury, illness, age or senility.
- Where dogs or cats have aggressive tendencies.
- Dogs or cats suffering from separation anxiety and similar anxiety related disorders.
- Remember to always start training at the lowest intensity level.