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PetSafe In-Ground Fence

SKU: 369132199
PetSafe In-Ground Fence
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Keep your pet on your property with the PetSafe In-Ground Fence. This system can cover up to 10 acres with additional wire and flags (sold separately). It Includes a waterproof receiver collar, transmitter, power adapter, 500 ft. of boundary wire, 50 training flags, a battery module, 2 gel-filled capsules and Twist-On Wire Connectors, test light tool, and an operating and training guide.

  • UltraLight waterproof receiver witth adjustable collar
  • 500 ft. of wire
  • 1 year warranty
PetSafe is the industry leader in pet training, containment, safety and lifestyle product solutions. PetSafe introduced the first do-it-yourself electronic fence to the pet market in 1991 and the first wireless fence in 1998. PetSafe is committed to making products that promote pet wellness and help pet owners to be good caregivers.

Specification Description
Number of Acres Covered: Up to 10 Acres
Number of Feet of Wire Included: 500 ft.
Number of Correction Levels: 1
Low Battery Indicator: Yes
Power Type: Battery
Pet Type: Dog
Number of Feet of Wire Covered: 500 ft.
Warranty: 1 Year
Brand: PetSafe
Manufacturer Part Number PIG00-13661
PetSafe In-Ground Fence is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great products Great product. I've been needing this for my new pet German Shepard. I recently lost my dog to an accident after she escaped the yard. I had to put her down because the injuries were so severe. But now with this in ground fence my dog will be protected. It is user friendly too.
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from took long to install thought this would be good for my dog , but what a hassle to set up
Date published: 2017-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For big dogs use the "Stubborn Dog" collar We've had this system for several years now and have been happy with it. I will say, in our experience as well, the big dogs run through it unphased. We purchased the PetSafe "Stubborn Dog" collar to use with this system and it has solved the problem with the bigger dogs running through it.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not effective for our big hound This system worked well when our bloodhound was under 50lbs. Now, he just bulldozes through and runs amuck. He's completely immune to the shock.
Date published: 2016-07-16
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Can the wire be mounted to a wood fence with staples approximately 18 inches from the ground? If so at what range would the system start to deter the dog? I'm looking at this for a relatively small yard about 100' wide by 50' deep.

Asked by: Timbo21
Hello Timbo21, the wire can be mounted on a wooden fence, but please be cautious with the staples. The wire must not be crimped or kinked as any damage to the coating can cause inconsistencies in the signal. The signal can be turned up and down by a dial on the wall transmitter, the minimum is usually around 2 feet and you can turn it up higher. The highest range varies according to length of wire and strength of the signal, but it is usually at least 6-8 feet at the max. Please lay the wire out on the ground at the base of the fence and test before mounting to see what kind of range you get in your yard.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2016-09-02

 I have two large pitbull's and two mini dachshunds. I don't want to buy two systems. Would this system be appropriate for two small dogs approximately 8 pounds and two large dogs approximately 70 pounds? can I use the stubborn dog collar & little collar?

Asked by: Tina04966
Thanks for your question, Tina! Only one system would be needed and as many additional receiver collars as needed can then be added to the system. All current model PetSafe Brand in-ground fence receiver collars, with the exception of the YardMax products, would be fully compatible with this system, so you may certainly mix and match the different types of receiver collars. Just be sure that the additional receiver collar or collars that you purchase state that they are for an in-ground fence rather than a wireless fence (they look very similar, but the two types of systems are incompatible with one another).
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-04-23

Can this product be used in an above ground application

Asked by: Woodrow1861
The fence will function above ground, but the wire is graded for burial. If it is above ground it may become damaged by weather and sun over time and need to be repaired and replaced more frequently. Additionally, it is important to ensure that the wire does not get kinked, coiled, or scratched up. If the coating is compromised, it will interfere with the radio signal running through the copper wire.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-06-06

Does this system beep at all to warn the dog that they are too close to the fence prior to shocking?

Asked by: JennyR16
Hi Jenny, that's a great question! The PetSafe In-Ground Fence receiver collar does have a warning tone, which is then followed by stimulation. For any training or setup tips, please reach out to PetSafe directly.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-08-11

I am trying to basically keep my dog away from our back fence. Can this system do a straight lie instead of an area perimeter?

Asked by: Danny H
Thanks for your question, Danny! Though the boundary wire must be set up in one continuous loop, you can certainly set it up in this way by using what we call a "double loop" layout. To do this, you would lay the wire out along the desired boundary line and, when you reach the end of the line, you would do a 180 degree turn and run the wire back along this line, parallel to the original line but separated by at least 3-5', and eventually back into the transmitter, basically creating a long "bubble" shape. If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to give us a call at the number 1-800-732-2677 for more information.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-11-02

Is it possible to use a heavier gauge wire like 14 gauge. 

Asked by: Mike2366
Absolutely! Petsafe includes 20 gauge wire with all of our in-ground containment systems. However, you can use anywhere between 14 and 20 gauge if you would prefer. Thanks for your question!
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2019-03-23

Can you put the transmitter box inside your home or does it have to stay outside? I don't have an outside outlet. Thanks

Asked by: Grasshopper7
We're happy to help with your question! Since the transmitter is not weatherproof or waterproof, it should only be installed indoors.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2017-06-30

I am wanting to basically make an entire 'loop' around my house so I can let my dog out and have her come back in. How would I address this if I have a concrete driveway and no way to go across it?

Asked by: Thornton1234
Great question, Thornton! When crossing a driveway we recommend to run the wire through an expansion joint if possible and then to cover the joint with silicone caulk to protect the wire. If this is not an option for you, we would love to discuss your layout with you further to help you make the best plan for your yard. Please reach out to us at the number 1-800-732-2677 for further layout assistance.
Answered by: PetSafe Brand Expert
Date published: 2019-01-10
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