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Electronic Pet Fencing System - ALEKO


 
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List Price: $129.00
Price: $77.00
Savings: $52.00

Stock Status:Available

Product Code: TS-DF23-AP

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Product Description:

This hidden fencing system is among the most reliable, cost-efficient pet containment systems available today. A buried wire transmits a harmless radio signal. When your dog approaches the boundary, the signal causes the dog's collar receiver to deliver a warning beep first. If your dog continues closer to the boundary, the system will issue a mild shock. If your dog continues further, the system will issue stronger shocks until your dog returns. Your dog will naturally seek to avoid correction, and is content staying within established boundaries. Keep pets safely away from gardens, pools and others areas. The pets has a 360 degree perimeter to roam within. The pets can run of the house and back yard, front yard, has full access to both sides, but not to the front. Suitable for one pet.

Features:
  • ALEKO's Electronic Pet Fencing System is a reliable and cost-efficient pet containment system
  • Provides opportunities for you to train your pet and to stop undesirable behavior
  • This electronic pet fence is designed by audible and visual wires break alarm
  • The model is provided with speed detection anti-run through, progressive tone
  • Can offer freedom for your pet, while stopping undesirable behavior
  • When the pet with the receiver approaches the boundary which is covered by the radio signal, the receiver will receive it with automatically warning beep and harmless electronic stimulation to keep the pet away form the forbidden area
  • Features: Invisible dog fence system, Pulsed proportional stimulus, Progressive tone stimulus, Variable field width control, Audible and visual wires break indicators, Speed detect anti-run through, Indoor wall-mounted transmitter, Power plug, Adjustable receiver collar, Battery 6V 4LR44, Boundary wire of 300 meters (985 feet), Extra metal contact points, Training flags, Test bulb, Screws, and User's manual.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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5 of 5 May 7, 2020
Reviewer: adrienne vento from englishtown, NJ United States  
didn't use it yet

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3 of 5 Hope This Helps Ya November 11, 2016
Reviewer: Flynbike from United States  
I wish I could say better things about this... most of the drawbacks are wrapped up in one issue: the delicate spiderweb gauge wire you'll have to thread to establish a perimeter.Pros:It's so inexpensive you won't feel bad if you end up not using it.It seems to be well engineered.It might even be effective.ConsWire so fine and fragile you'll need that breakage alarm feature.2 million feet of it wrapped on a spool built for 500'. It explodes into a tangle once the shrink wrap is off.Aleko: Want to pick up some stars? Use larger gauge wire on a spool big enough to hold it.Suggestions:Don't be a dude. Read the manual and make some key decisions about how you are going to route your perimeter before you take the wire out of the package.Design your perimeter so you have easy access to the wire routing.Critical! If you are going to have a pass through (ie dog door into the backyard) you will probably want to use an out and back design. The wire will leave the box, reach to the dog door or ac

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3 of 5 Hope This Helps Ya November 11, 2016
Reviewer: Flynbike from United States  
kage alarm feature.2 million feet of it wrapped on a spool built for 500'. It explodes into a tangle once the shrink wrap is off.Aleko: Want to pick up some stars? Use larger gauge wire on a spool big enough to hold it.Suggestions:Don't be a dude. Read the manual and make some key decisions about how you are going to route your perimeter before you take the wire out of the package.Design your perimeter so you have easy access to the wire routing.Critical! If you are going to have a pass through (ie dog door into the backyard) you will probably want to use an out and back design. The wire will leave the box, reach to the dog door or access point, and return to the box.I cannot see a world in which you would bury as you go. The wire is too easy to break.Long story short, I think the goofy escape mutt we have to deal with was so intimidated by the bleeding and cussing I had to endure that she's given up on jumping the fence. I didn't the the money spent is significant enough to return it.

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