How Does a Wireless Dog Fence Work?
The way a wireless dog fence works is simple and even a 10 year old could probably understand it. First, you have the two basic parts of the system: The wireless transmitter The receiver collar Once the transmitter – also known as the main unit, or control unit – is installed (see our installation guide), […]
Best PetSafe Wireless Dog Fence Guide
PetSafe is owned and operated by Radio Systems, a company that owns many of the world’s finest pet brands. Before they release a new product it undergoes examination by veterinarians, dog trainers and behaviorists, in order to make sure its as safe and as functional as possible. PetSafe has a “Try a lot – keep […]
Troubleshooting Problems With Your Wireless Dog Fence – Part Two
You might also want to read part one of this guide. The Collar is Beeping Inside The House. What To Do? You should remember that for most models, the minimum containment circle has to be 10 feet in diameter or more. In other words, if the collar gets closer to the transmitter (the main control […]
Troubleshooting Problems With Your Wireless Dog Fence – Part One
Below is a list of the problems most often faced by wireless dog fence owners. If your issue has more to do with training your dog, please refer to our Training Academy for more help. Why Is My Dog Not Reacting To The Static Correction? There are a few reasons this could be happening: The […]
Wired vs. Wireless Dog Fences
Let’s compared wireless fences to wired fences across a few of the most important metrics where dog containment is concerned. Cost Wireless Fence: a quality model, such as the PetSafe Stay & Play or the Havahart Radial 2 will cost you around $250-$300. Depending on whether you get a model with a rechargeable or replaceable […]
Wireless Pet Fences – Reducing Signal Interference
There are many benefits to using a wireless dog fence as opposed to a burried/underground cable fence, some of which include: Very simple, quick installation. You can get a wireless fence up and running in as little as 10 minutes from opening the box. There are no measurements to take or complicated and time-consuming cable […]
Best Havahart Wireless Dog Fence Guide
Havahart wireless dog fences are produced by Woodstream Corporation with a registered Havahart Wireless trademark, which launched its first fence for pets in 2010 after well over 9 years of research and preparation – the well-known Havahart Radial. This fence was the best selling model on the market for well over 2 years, until Havahart released […]
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I have a pet safe wireless fence. When i plug the transmitter in the red light illuminates for a few seconds and then fades out and the collars cease to work. I have tried several electrical outlets and have had the same results. What might be my problem? Thanks.