Pawz Away for Dogs Outdoor Pet Barrier
The Barrier Transmitter, disguised as a rock in your landscape, sends a circular radio signal to your pet's Receiver Collar. When your pet enters the Barrier Area, he'll hear audible tones from the Receiver Collar followed by a safe, progressive Static Correction. The correction is delivered through the Contact Points of the collar that touch his neck. He'll quickly associate the correction with the area you've declared off-limits.
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How many times have your caught your dog digging through your trash can or your landscaping? Are you constantly worrying your furry friend will jump into your pool or pond? You want the fix the problem, but you don’t want a big bulky fence in around the problem area. Don’t worry any longer. The Pawz Away Outdoor Pet Barrier can take away all your stress.
Pawz Away Outdoor BarrierDisguised as a rock in your landscape, this transmitter wirelessly creates a circular radio signal up to 16 feet in diameter. You may also want to create a custom shaped barrier using boundary wire, which is sold separately. With the addition of the wire, you can craft a loop of any shape or size up to 150 feet.
Once you have your barrier area set, you will fit the receiver collar to your pet. You should be able to slide two fingers snuggly under the collar. When your pet enters the barrier area, he will hear tones from the collar followed by a harmless static correction. He will quickly realize the area is off-limits, but the correction will continue until he leaves the area. The same collar will also work with an indoor pet barrier if you have the same problem inside your home.
Most pets will learn quickly to avoid the barrier area on their own. However, your pet will pick up on the new boundaries even quicker with a few short training sessions. You can attach a long leash to your pet’s regular collar while he is also wearing the receiver collar. The two of you walk towards the barrier area. Once you hear the tones and your pet receives the safe static correction, gently pull his leash away from the off-limits area. Reward your pet with praise each time he leaves.
For families with multiple pets, you can add an unlimited number of the Pawz Away receiver collars to the area. You can also use multiple barriers in your yard for multiple areas your pets need to avoid.