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PetSafe Basic In-Ground Fence

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PetSafe Basic In-Ground Fence keeps your pet safely contained in your yard. The system can be installed in about a weekend by burying the boundary wire in your yard and setting up the transmitter. Mark the boundary with the provided flags and then you can begin to train your dog. Most dogs learn their new boundaries in as little as two weeks.

  • If your pet gets too close to the yard boundary, the waterproof receiver collar reminds your pet with a warning beep, followed by a safe, static correction if he continues
  • Add an unlimited number of pets by purchasing an extra collar for each pet

Specification Description
Type of Battery Required: RFA-67D
Type of Receiver Battery: RFA-67D
Type of Transmitter Battery: Wall Adapter
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Brand: PetSafe
Low Battery Indicator: Yes
Material: Plastic
Maximum Range: Up to 5 acres
Maximum Neck Circumference: 28 in.
Minimum Neck Circumference: 6 in.
Number of Correction Levels: 4
Power Type: Battery
Pet Size: 8 lb. and Up
Pet Type: Dogs & Cats
Waterproof: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number PIG00-14582
PetSafe Basic In-Ground Fence is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 133.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chicken lives matter So far so good. Put it around my chicken coop to stop my dog. Happy happy
Date published: 2019-05-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Shock Collar The collar show it was working, but even at the highest setting it had no effect on my Labrador. I ended up returning it.
Date published: 2019-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this fence We adopted a dog about a year ago. First thing we did was look for a fence as we do not want to leash our dog. We have several acres and wanted her to be there with us when we were outside. It was easy to train our dog and has worked well. She also does not mind wearing the collar. My husband recently did some regrading of our yard and we did have a septic issue recently too. Whatever, now the fence is not working. Guess we have to order more wire and rewire the yard.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from In Ground Fence This was an easy installation and was shipped faster than expected! Would recommend it.
Date published: 2019-05-20
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What is the technical differences between PetSafe In-Ground Fence - PIG00-13661 and PetSafe Basic In-Ground Fence - PIG00-14582?

Asked by: CharlieW
Great question, Charlie. Both the PetSafe In-Ground Fence and the PetSafe Basic In-Ground Fence function in the same way. However, the area that is covered by the system are different. The PIG00-13661 covers up to 25 acres while the PIG00-14582 covers up to 5 acres. For any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to PetSafe directly at 1-800-732-2677.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-06-15

What do I do if I don’t have an outlet at my door? 

Asked by: Victoria2116
Thank you for your great question! It is best for the boundary wire to exit the home either through a window or by drilling a hole in the wall and using a non-metal conduit.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-04-11

How many feet of wire comes with this system?

Asked by: Matt1967
Great question, Matt! Our Basic In-Ground Fence includes 500' of 20 gauge, solid core, burial-grade wire.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-03-07

if the wire is cut or disconnected will it alarm to let you know that the containment is down?

Asked by: cynsbeagles
That's a great question! For this particular system, the transmitter does not include a wire break alarm. However, there is a "loop" light on the front of the transmitter. If this loop light is out, it would indicate the same thing as a wire break alarm.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-08-15

I want to run this around the top of my fence to keep the dog from climbing out. Can I loop it back over itself to close the loop or will this cause an issue

Asked by: Clm1999
This is a great question! The boundary wire can be attached to an existing fence such as a chain link, a wooden split rail, or a privacy fence. You will need to make a complete loop with the wire. To do this you may run the wire across the top of the fence, down one side and across the bottom. When doing this you will just want to ensure the wire is at least 5 feet apart to prevent interference. If you would like to learn more about this or other layout options please feel free to reach out to our Customer Care Team at 1-800-732-2677. We would be happy to help!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-03-24

If you have an area in ground but you want to divide it to keep two dogs apart but out at the same time will running a wire down the middle connecting to the previous wire will it work?

Asked by: Idonotno
This is a great question! To ensure there is no interference you will need to run the wires 5 to 10 feet apart. The wire will need to make a complete loop starting and ending that the transmitter unit. For any additional layout questions you may have please feel free to reach out to us at 1-800-732-2677. We are more than happy to help!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-03-23

Can you add more wire to make the area bigger?  I have  1 1/2 acres.  

Asked by: KBond
This fence comes with a 500 foot spool of wire, but the transmitter can cover up to 5 acres of fencing. You will need approximately 1,200 feet of wire for 1.5 acres. The wire must be 20 gauge solid or stranded copper insulated wire graded for burial.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-03-05

I have the petsafe collar with remote transmitter. Will my collar work with this system ?

Asked by: Dmcq1964
Thank you for your question! Sadly, the remote trainer kits and in-ground fence systems are not compatible with one another due to the different technologies and methods of activation used by the two types of systems.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-04-28

Is there a way to connect it to a solar panel

Asked by: Brandy234
Great question, Brandy! It is possible to run this Basic In-Ground Pet Fence off solar power. The amount of power that is needed depends on the amount of wire and the field width setting. The higher the field width is set to and the more wire that is used will result in a higher power draw. We would love to discuss these details with you further to help you plan out your In-Ground Fence setup. Please call us at the number 1-800-732-2677 for further product assistance.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-05-03

Can this be plugged into an electrical outlet outside.?

Asked by: Mannaheaven
No, it is best to install the transmitter somewhere that is dry, protected from weather, well-ventilated and temperature controlled. Most customers will put it in their garage or a closet and that works great as long as the other installation guidelines are followed. If you are concerned about running the wire outside your house, then you may be happy to know that the wire will be twisted in a way that cancels the signal until it gets the outside perimeter. This way, the collar will only activate at the boundary. The included installation guide will cover how to do this and we are happy to answer any further questions you might have at that point, too!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-03-08

Can this fence be installed with insulators and attached above ground to existing chain link fence? And, can it begin in one spot and end in another spot?

Asked by: ACDavis92
Thank you so much for reaching out to us with these questions! Though the wire can be installed above ground in any non-metallic conduit, and can be attached to some fencing, we would not recommend attaching it to a chain link fence. This is because any metal within 5 feet of the fencing wire can cause interference with the radio signal. Both ends of the wire must attach to the transmitter, so the loop must begin and end in the same spot. If you are having difficulty planning a layout that fits your needs, we'll be happy to see what option may work for you. If you reach out to us here at our Customer Care Center, we can provide detailed layout information and come up with a plan that's possible for your yard. Our number is 1-800-732-2677, and our hours are Monday through Friday 8 A.M.- 8 P.M. EST and Saturdays 9 A.M.- 5 P.M. EST.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-06-09

So our dog recently learned that he can jump the chain link fence. Would the chain link fence interfere with the transmitter?

Asked by: Wyattsmom
Thank you for your question! Though metal objects do have the potential to cause interference in the signal that is sent out from the wire, a large number of our customers install the boundary wire directly onto chain link fences without ever experiencing issues. We would, however, first recommend laying out your boundary wire, or a shorter test length of wire, and testing it for any interference before directly attaching it to the fence.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-09-13

Can this product be used around electric fencing? I have electric fence for my cows and pigs.

Asked by: WinkyTink
Thanks for your question! The electric fencing can cause interference if the boundary wire were set too close to it. Be sure to keep it at least 3' away from the boundary wire in order to reduce the chances of interference becoming an issue.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-01-25

Does the wire have to connect to something for it to work with the collar?

Asked by: Sweetheart8177
Great question! The beginning and end of the fencing wire must plug into our in-ground fence transmitter which is included with this Basic In-Ground Fence kit.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-01-27

My dog keeps going thru the fence. When i take the dogs collar and test it I have to get within 12" of the ground it seems to have a very weak signal. The wire is not more than 2" in the ground. Any suggestions?

Asked by: rick51
That's a great question! You should be able to expand that distance by increasing the boundary width dial on your transmitter. If it seems that the boundary width is only a foot, even at the maximum setting, we may be able to resolve the issue with a bit of troubleshooting. If needed, please give us a call at 1-800-732-2677.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-08-15

What are the adjustment size for the collar all my dogs are med and small?

Asked by: milly75
Hi Milly, we are not quite sure what you mean by "adjustment size", but the PUL-275 in-ground collar is for dogs 8lbs and up, and the strap fits necks up to 27.5" (75cm). We hope this helps!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-09-07

 It says up to 5 acres.  How many feet of wire is provided in this kit?

Asked by: Steve Rott
Thank you for your great question. The system includes 500 feet of wire which can cover about 1/3 of an acre. However, with the acquisition of extra wire, the transmitter can work with a property up to 5 acres.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-06-04

Hello can you add additional collars to this fence?

Asked by: Babymomma
Thank you for your question! Yes, the system can support an unlimited number of compatible receiver collars within the boundary area, so you may add as many additional collars as needed.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-04-29

Can I use a heavier gauge wire with this product instead of the wire that comes in the kit?

Asked by: Tanay
Hi there, thank you for your question! You can absolutely use a heavier gauge wire, but no thicker than 14 gauge.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-06-08

We have a 4 ft fence. We're thinking about installing this fence around the perimeter of the wood fence. Is that okay to do? Also what is the minimum distance we can set until it would shock them? We would like the dog to use as much of the yard.

Asked by: Alyssa31
Great questions! You can certainly run the wire around the perimeter of your wooden fence. Keep in mind though, wire that is exposed to the elements may be much more susceptible to damage. The distance from the wire that collar activates is adjustable using the boundary width dial on the transmitter. Depending on the amount of wire you have, your layout, and the settings of your transmitter, this can be as small as a foot or so.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-10-07

Can the fence be used in a straight line, like just like buried next to a road along with it or does it need to be ran in a square fenced in area? 

Asked by: Howrad
Hi there, thank you for your question! The buried wire must start and end at the transmitter, creating a closed loop.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can my home be in the middle of the area controlled?

Asked by: Mash burn
Thank you for asking this question! For most layouts, your home will be in the middle of the containment area.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-06-10

I do not understand your answer. When asked if wire could be attached to a weld wire fence you replied yes with plastic zip ties, then question was asked how far away from chain link fence and your answer was at least 5 feet. which is is ?

Asked by: slee15
We apologize for any confusion! Though it was previously thought that chain-link fences would cause similar signal interference issues as other metal objects, further testing has determined that, though the potential of interference is still present, chain-link fences will very rarely cause any issues with the signal sent out from the wire, so you may certainly weave/attach the wire to an existing chain-link fence.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-03-04

How much wire comes with the kit? I can't find it in the specifications.

Asked by: dogmom225
Hi there! Thank you for your question. Our Basic kit will come with 500ft of 20 gauge wire.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-08-15

What is the procedure for training a cat?

Asked by: Mia cat
Great question Mia! We offer great training suggestions on our site and one specifically addressing your question. Here it is: https://www.petsafe.net/learn/in-ground-fences-are-for-cats-too We hope you find it useful!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-03-09

We have homesteading property and everything is off grid and on solar power. how many watts will the transmitter pull. We are trying to decide if it will need its own battery to run all the time for our dogs.

Asked by: ann off grid
Hello Ann! Great question. All of our in-ground fence transmitters use an AC to AC power adapter. The amount of power that is needed depends on the amount of wire and the field width setting. The higher the field width is set to and the more wire that is used will result in a higher power draw. A power inverter is not necessary for most of our wired containment fences. It is possible to power a fence transmitter using the 12 volt DC from the battery without inverting the power to AC. For more information, please give us a call at 1-800-732-2677.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-03-09

How many continuos feet of wire can you run and how do you connect them together

Asked by: Traspalos
Thank you for your great question! This system can handle about 1,800 feet of wire at its maximum. Please note that the wire must start and end at the base transmitter creating a completed loop.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-04-04

Can this be used for a cat?

Asked by: Mia cat
Hi there, thank you for your question! With the proper cat collar (model number PCF-275-19), your kitty can absolutely use this in-ground system.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-02-23

Exactly how many feet of wire comes with this package?

Asked by: Lisa123456
Hi Lisa! This kit comes with 500 feet of 20 gauge wire. Thanks for your question!
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2018-10-27

Having trouble with the signal on the Pet Safe wireless fence. The transmission boundary is extremely inconsistent. Have tried troubleshooting suggestions with no improvement. Will going to an underground wire fix this or will same problem exist?

Asked by: David ind
We are sorry to hear that you are having trouble with your Wireless fence! Typically, if the signal is reduced or inconsistent, it just needs to be moved. Metal objects can interfere with the signal. Try taking the transmitter out into your yard with an extension cord (on a dry day! The transmitter is not waterproof) and test for consistency there, where it is away from any potential interference. The underground fence runs on a different type of frequency, but can still be impacted by the environment in different ways. For any troubleshooting assistance, please give us a call at 1-800-732-2677.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-03-25
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