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PetSafe Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence, PIG00-10777

by PetSafe
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  • Sturdy in-ground fence designed especially for stubborn and hard-to-train pets
  • 5 progressively intense correction levels
  • Ideal for dogs over 30 pounds
  • Covers up to .33 acres
  • Includes waterproof receiver, 500 feet of wire, 50 boundary flags, transmitter, manual, and installation DVD
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PetSafe Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence, PIG00-10777 + PetSafe 500-foot Spool of 20-Gauge, Solid Core Boundary Wire + Four Waterproof Splice Kits for Dog Fence Connections
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Product Details

Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 3 inches ; 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GF1O4K
  • Item model number: PIG00-10777
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,078 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

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PetSafe's Stubborn Dog In-Ground radio fence pet containment system provides your pets that are stubborn or hard to train with freedom and safety while costing thousands less than conventional fencing. Recommended for dogs 30 pounds and up. It's quick and easy to install, reliable and safe, and with proper training, a very effective solution. A lightweight super receiver is worn on your pet's collar, which picks up the radio signal and alerts your pet as he nears the underground boundary. Once your pet is properly trained, he will learn to stay in the boundaries designated by the radio fence. Includes 500 feet of boundary wire and 50 boundary flaps, enough to cover about one-third acre. For use in the US only. This unit is compatible with all US 110v outlets and are not to be used with 220v international voltage.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to install.
Tamara Hazlett
One other note, if you are burying the wire, a lawn edger cuts the perfect groove for easily burying it.
Kristin E Leonelli
We now have peace of mind knowing that our dog is safe.
John

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By C. Miller on May 26, 2010
Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
We have a 6 foot stockade fence on a .5 acre space that we thought would be sufficient with a 3yr old Husky and a 1 year old Golden Retriever. We had constant issues with them digging holes at the base of the fence to escape and chewing on the wood. I ordered this system as a backup to deter them from doing any more damage. I found it was easy to install right to the outside of the existing fence without the need for a lot of wire burying and we were able to setup the collars and start training the same day. I placed the flags visibly along the inside perimeter of the fence and made sure to point them out to the dogs during the training. It only took one or two warnings from the collar to correct their behavior. Collars have 5 settings so it is easy to adjust the level of correction based on the size of dog and the thickness of their coat. The Golden Retreiver responds to the lower settings where a full grown Husky may require level 3 or 4. Base unit has an adjustment for proximity to the wire so you can create a boundry several feet inside of the fence if needed. Just make sure to adjust the flag placement to avoid accidental correction. My advice would be to fully read the directions prior to setting up so that the learning process for the dogs is done properly.
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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Ira Loomas on October 10, 2012
Size Name: One Size
Great system...but selling the cheap wire with it is like robbing you...because the want to sell thier even more useless wire break detector system(a complete waste of money). Do your research and buy better wire 14 or16 gauge wire is the best. If you use thier wire you will get a break, it's only a matter of time, or a nick (which is almost impossible to find) and you will have a major major chore in front of you. So again please do your research installing 20 gauge wire is a complete waste of your time and money...buy better wire. Just search eBay. It is easy to install and the system works great when working. That requires a good constant signal and 20 gauge wire just will not deliver that over the long term. Ohh and get a lightning surge protector. They should give you one with system, but the would rather just keep selling you them as they get fried out. Do your research, take a min and do it you won't regret it. This fence can be a pain in the but if you let it. Or a great product if done correctly. Good luck.
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I was initially skeptical of invisible fences in general as I have a very stubborn 60 pound hound dog who LOVES to run, hunt, and chase. Ever since we got him, it has been a nightmare to try to keep him from running away - if he could get out the door he was GONE!

I installed the fence around the perimeter of my 1/2 acre yard in March, which took about 4 hours. I used a pick-axe to dig a 3-inch trench around the perimeter, dropped the wire in, and covered it with topsoil. Then I ran the wire into the house and mounted the unit next to the door.

I set the boundary width at about 8 feet and installed the flags. Initial set up was easy and the fence worked right away. We spent two weeks training our hound using the method outlined in the manual. We initially set the collar on level 3 but eventually bumped it up to level 5 after several escape attempts just to get his attention.

It is now 2 months later and our hound has not left the yard in over a month. He will patrol the edge of the boundary if there is another animal on the other side but he will NOT cross it. Our neighbor has 3 small dogs who tempt him on a daily basis but he will not cross the line. We can even put him out without the shock collar and he will not leave the yard. I have taken to leaving him outside for hours at a time or when I leave the house for short trips and he is always right where he is supposed to be.

Overall I am extremely happy with the fence and the collar and would recommend it to anyone with a large stubborn dog.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By ThriftyW on January 19, 2011
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When hubby and I bought the house last year our only option for our inside/outside pups was a temporary rope in the back yard. Our goal was to fence in the back to give them room to run but the price of that was just going to be so high I didn't know when it would actually be possibly. after about 6 months or walking them outside and letting them out on the rope we decided we really had to do something different.. it just wasn't fair to them (or our grass) to put them on ropes.

We went to Lowes and bought what our neighbors have, the Petsafe Wireless containment system (runs about [...]). Our neighbors and good friends of ours have one and love it so we figured we'd give it a try. But our yard is a bit of an issue for this and it didn't work out quite as we'd hoped. Our yard is long and narrow and the containment system goes in a radius so to stop them from going into the neighbors yard meant they didn't have much room in the front or back. So we took the system back and got the underground fence system. I knew this was going to require a lot more work but it was our only option with the layout of our property.

It took us a day and a half to dig the perimeter with a sidewalk edger and shovel and bury it. It was not a fun experience and I hope to never do it again (I hate yard work more than anything). But it was so worth it! We put the collars on the pups and walked them around the perimeter where the flags were to give them an idea of their boundaries. We would let them walk up to the line when it beeped and pull them back. After doing that for awhile we let them go into the area a bit more so they could realize that the beeping led to a nice shock. It killed me to hear them yelp like that though, I hated it, but it had to be done.
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