Persistent pooch? Hard-headed or hard of hearing? Now you can still keep them playing safely in the garden and nowhere else. With 4 higher-intensity settings than our other collars, even dogs that are difficult to train respond well to the Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence™ system. The safe, gentle static stimulation works so effectively that most dogs learn to stop in their tracks at the warning beep that precedes the stimmulation. The vibration option is ideal for hearing-impaired dogs, or as an alternative to static stimulation.
Some dogs were born to test limits. But the Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence™ system sets firm boundaries that you'll quickly train them to understand. Here’s how it works. You'll set the boundary by burying wires around the perimeter of your garden. Your dog wears a collar that picks up the signal from the transmitter. As your dog nears the boundary wires, a beep alerts your dog, giving them a chance to stop without any stimulation. For those that continue, a safe static stimulation reminds them to stay in the area you’ve established. Simply adjust the stimulation level if your dog continues to test the boundaries. After about 2 weeks of training, even the most stubborn dogs can start enjoying their new garden freedom! And for hearing-impaired or senior dogs who simply can’t detect the beep, there’s a special vibration mode. Your furry friends will certainly thank you for the extra help in keeping them safe!
We bought this product for our 9 month old Akita, who was spending most of her time confined to our deck because if allowed off the deck unleashed, she would leave our 17 acre property and take off for the surrounding farms (bad dog!). Having spent months trying unsuccessfully to train her not to leave the yard, the Stubborn Dog In-Ground fence was so effective it worked the first day. We've had the fence installed and working now for about 6 weeks, and if she goes near the fence the alarm will sound and she will immediately turn and head in another direction, she doesn't need to feel the neck vibration, the sound of the alarm is enough. Our Akita is now happily roaming free on our property, and well exercised all day long.
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