The new standard in pet containment is the underground dog fence. No more unsightly chain link fences to contain your dog. Most underground dog fence systems offer a sleek, comfortable fitting collar that offers a safe and humane way to contain your pet. These electric dog fences are very easy to use and install. The systems of today are smarter and safer than systems 10 to fifteen years ago. Technology makes the difference when it comes to electric dog fence systems. All electric dog fence kits comes complete with everything you need to get started. An underground dog fence is a good solution to contain most dogs to your yard.
The PetSafe® Indoor Radio Fence Transmitter is a safe and easy-to-use system that effectively keeps your pet out of certain rooms, off furniture, away from trashcans, and more. The receiver collar (not included) sends a warning beep, followed by a safe, mild, static correction.
Innotek UltraSmart Collar Charger IUA-005 - The UltraSmart Collar Charging System is perfect when you have added additional dogs to your containment system. This unit may be used charge any of the UltraSmart Collars.
Sport Dog Electronic Dog Fence Additional Collar is perfect for adding multiple dogs to your SportDog SDF-100 Containment system.
SDF-100 Containment Additional Collar
4 Levels of Stimulation
Training Mode (Vibration & Beep)
Recommended for Dogs 10 lbs. and up
Installation Tips - Electric Dog Fence Installing the wire of the electronic dog fence is simple. Bury the boundary wire underground approximately 1-2 inches deep. You can customize your containment system to protect your flowerbeds, shrubs and swimming pools. After the boundary wire is installed and the transmitter is turned on, the system is ready. The wire emits a radio signal. When this signal is received by the collar, stimulation will occur. As your dog enters the containment zone the collar will sound a warning tone without stimulation. If your dog does not re-enter the area contained by the electronic dog fence a low level of stimulation will occur. If he continues toward the boundary wire, the stimulation will steadily increase to prevent him from leaving the area.