Adjustable Circular Boundaries Perfect for Small Yards

To use the SportDOG Fence System, you’ll bury a wire around the perimeter of the area you would like to keep your dog confined to. The system produces a radio frequency from the fence transmitter, through the boundary wire.

It has another major upgrade is it supports dogs 5 pounds and up. So you can contain smaller dogs too with this wireless dog fence.


This instant-install system from PetSafe is both safe and portable, offering an immediate, invisible dog fence wherever you travel. It’s as simple as plugging in the radio transmitter – no poles or wires to bury. Outfit your pup with the waterproof receiver collar, then train her 10-15 minutes a day, for up to 3 weeks, and she’ll learn her limits quickly and easily.

The wireless transmitter sends a circular signal around your yard

Wireless Dog Fences create a circular boundary around a central base station using radio waves NO amount of scolding, begging or foot-stomping will keep most dogs home in their yards and out of the streets. So some frazzled owners try to turn their neighborhood travelers into docile homebodies with radio-controlled fences.

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These hidden fences consist of wire loops, buried an inch or two below the surface, that emit radio signals when connected to transmitters. Each dog wears a collar with a receiver; when the dog gets too close to the wire, the collar emits a warning beep. If the dog ignores the beep, the collar's two metal prongs give the dog a mild shock, or a series of shocks if the dog persists.

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Today we're looking at the PetSafe PIF-300 wireless fence. This is one of the few wireless fences on the market today. It is radio signal based. What that means is unlike a wired fence, you don't actually have to bury anything in your yard. You have this system right here which you put inside your house, and it sends out a radio signal that allows the dog to go up to 90 feet away from the transmitter.The first commercial underground fencing system to contain house pets within a predetermined area was patented by Richard Peck, owner of Invisible Fence Company in 1974. Peck’s underground fence was also the first borderless containment system used to contain livestock. In 1987 Peck successfully contained domestic goats to a limited area using receiving collars intended for household dogs. Invisible Fence, Inc. is currently owned by Radio Systems Corporation.• Bundle Pack Saving You Money
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• Great Savings & Prices When You Buy In …Part of the benefit to a wireless pet fence is its ability to be installed anywhere that you can find an available outlet. That way, you can keep an eye on your dog even when you take him on vacation with you. Unfortunately, you just can't do that with a traditional fence or one that still requires the installation of a physical wire in the ground to mark a boundary.