How to Install the PetSafe® In-Ground Fence System

How to Install the PetSafe® In-Ground Fence System

Dogs love to be out in the fresh air Enjoying freedom and to explore and forage But you want to keep them safely in your garden That’s why we came up with the
PetSafe® In-Ground Fence™ System One kit that contains everything you need Including a transmitter unit,
a receiver collar for your dog And full instructions that make it easy for you to install To begin, fix the transmitter unit to your
garage wall or other suitable interior location Connect the wire to the transmitter unit
and plug the unit into a standard socket Just insert the battery into the receiver collar And go out into the garden Lay the wire on the ground
where you want to set the boundary And test the collar by holding it
over the wire and listen for the beep The next step is to bury the wire
to create the invisible fence Define the area that you want to be the boundary Then simply take a spade and
make a slit 2-3inches deep Lay the wire in the slit Then tamp the earth flat over it When your dog is wearing the collar
he’ll hear the warning beep And if he crosses the boundary he receives
a harmless static stimulation via the collar The kit includes these flags which
you can use to mark the boundary And help to indicate to you and your dog just where it is Extra flags and wire are also available
to create a larger perimeter Now fit the collar to your dog and everything’s ready
to begin the essential training process With training completed, your dog will soon be
playing happily within a set and safe boundary When you dog has learnt where the boundary is
the marker flags can be removed The In-Ground Fence™ System
works with multiple pets too As it’s compatible with a number of
extra receiver collars Freedom for your dog and peace of mind for you from PetSafe®

6 thoughts on “How to Install the PetSafe® In-Ground Fence System

  1. This particular product has no earth wire. However, our newer ‘Deluxe’ transmitters have an earth terminal to prevent damage from lightning during thunderstorms. For more information please call 0800 046 1414 (UK), 353 (0) 58 44 988 (Ire) or you can email [email protected]

  2. Even when animals are successfully confined to the yard with an electric fence, they are still in danger of attacks by roaming dogs, cruel humans, or other animals who can freely enter the property. Electric fences are a dog thief's dream come true!

  3. Do the ends need to be connected, say if 2 of the 5 sides of our property are not fenced, therefore just 2 sides need the wire (in an L shape).

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