PetSafe Pawz Away Pet Barriers with Adjustable Range, Pet Proofing for Cats and Dogs, Static Stimulation – Wireless Pet Gate Keeps Areas Off Limits, Battery-Operated
- ADD UNLIMITED PETS: Receiver Collar works with Pawz Away Barriers and helps pets stay out of designated areas
- FITS MOST SIZE PETS: Collar is designed for cats and dogs over 5 lb with neck sizes 6-28 in
- SET PET BOUNDARIES: Keep your pets off the furniture, out of the trash and designate pet free areas inside and outside your home (barrier transmitter sold separately)
- SAFE CORRECTION: When your pet enters the barrier area, they feel a safe, progressive static correction, starting at the lowest level; includes automatic safety shutoff
- COMPATIBILITY: Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier (ZND-1200, ZND-1000), Pawz Away Outdoor Pet Barrier (PWF00-11923, RFA-378), Pawz Away Mini Pet Barrier (PWF00-13665, PWF00-14040), Pawz Away Threshold Pet Barrier (PWF00-14406, RFA-514)
- BATTERY OPERATED: Receiver collar uses two 3-Volt lithium batteries (included)
- QUALITY GUARANTEED: PetSafe brand has been a trusted global leader in pet behavior, containment and lifestyle innovations for nearly 30 years; we help pets and their people live happy together
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Keep Your Pet Out of Trouble
Let the barrier do the work!
Restrict your pet's access around your home with the PetSafe Pet Barrier. Put the barrier where you want your pet to stop unwanted behaviors, such as getting into the trash or jumping on the furniture. Your pet will learn the areas to avoid so you and your pet can live happy together.
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Let Us Help Stop Unwanted Behavior
Knocking Over Trash
Invading Personal Space
Leaping Over Pet Gates
The Best PetSafe Solution for You
Indoor Pet Barrier
Keep your pet out of the trash with the PetSafe Indoor Pet Barrier. With a 6-foot range, this barrier is best for keeping pets out of trash and off the counter or furniture.
Mini Pet Barrier
Limit your pet’s play area with the PetSafe Mini Pet Barrier. The 2.5-foot range restricts smaller areas, such as keeping pets off the table.
Threshold Pet Barrier
Keep your pet from jumping over the stairs or going into a restricted room with the PetSafe Threshold Pet Barrier. Create a wireless pet-free zone up to 3 feet from the Threshold Pet Barrier.
Outdoor Pet Barrier
The PetSafe Outdoor Pet Barrier stops unwanted outdoor behaviors. The adjustable wireless option restricts up to 8 feet or customize the barrier shape using up to 150 feet of wire.
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If you’ve introduced a new pet to your household or have an older pet who’s started testing boundaries, the PetSafe Pawz Away Extra Receiver Collar can help keep him or her out of trouble. It works with all PetSafe indoor and outdoor Pawz Away systems, which act as a hidden barrier for your pets. When your cat or dog enters the barrier area, they feel a safe, progressive static correction from their receiver collar which trains them to recognize an “off limits” area. Designed for indoor and outdoor use, the waterproof receiver collars are designed for dogs and cats over 5 pounds with neck sizes 6-28 in. The Pawz Away system works with an unlimited number of pets if they are wearing a Pawz Away Receiver Collar. PetSafe brand is here to help you and your pet live happy together.
Product detailsStyle:Collar Only | Size:Extra Collar
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.13 x 3.54 x 4.72 inches; 4.59 Ounces
- Item model number : PWF00-13664
- Batteries : 2 Product Specific batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : November 13, 2013
- Manufacturer : Radio Systems Corporation
- ASIN : B00CWR87BI
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,968 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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After a several month long arms race I finally bought two of these PetSafe barriers and Velcroed one under the dining room table and one under the kitchen sink. The cat figured out exactly where the barriers were the very first day and now as soon as he hears the warning beeps he immediately gets out of range. He occasionally investigates the perimeters listening for the beeps (as if checking to see if they are still there) but rarely allows himself to get zapped. My problem is officially solved, although I'm sure he will need to wear the collar on and off for a long time due to his perimeter checks...
My only complaint is that the collar and receiver are big for a cat. I ended up swapping the collar out with an actual cat collar because it was limiting the range of motion of his neck.
We live in a loft with no doors anywhere in the house except for the bathroom. Our extremely friendly 6lb 1.5 year old orange cat likes to come upstairs into the bedroom where we are sleeping and wake us up to play. For a while, we barricaded the bottom of the stairs with furniture and boxes. This intervention looked awful, was annoying every time we wanted to come downstairs, and was ineffective against our clever kitty. Over the course of a few weeks, the orange cat became an expert long jumper. At three AM we would hear the rapid fire pitter patter of her little paws, then a jump, followed by a Evil Knievel like crash through the boxes on top of a dresser. The victorious Orangey Knievel would emerge from the downstairs, leap onto the bed, and lick us on the face with her sandpaper tongue to signal that it was time to play with her. She also licked me on the finger and I thought someone was holding my finger, which shocked me to my feet with my fist cocked back thinking an intruder was holding my index finger, hey I was tired, it freaked me out. Some nights we were up all night until the cat got tired. Spraying the cat with water or using the cat off sprays on the stairs had no effect whatsoever. I was also tired of being on constant watch for the cat and having to catch her, put her down stairs, ask the cat to please chill out so I can get some work done. I don't want to be mean to the cat. She's isn't malicious, she just wants to be friends. She just can't comprehend boundaries or the fact that we can't play all night because we have to be rested and not crash our cars on the way to work.
Concerns when we purchased this product:
1. Will this contraption work as it is described?
2. Will the cat get mad and no longer want to be my friend?
3. Will this hurt the cat?
4. Is our cat too small and will the shock be too great for her petite size?
5. Are we mean people for doing this?
1. I sized the collar to our cat's neck, trimmed the slack from the collar, burned the edge of the collar to keep it from fraying, turned the collar to the on position, put batteries in the transmitter, set the transmitter to AB, placed the transmitter half way up the first flight of stairs, shocked myself with the collar to confirm it worked and ensured it wouldn't hurt our cat, put the collar on the cat, and waited.
Well, she walked right up to the transmitter, the collar beeped, but no shock occurred. Then I tightened the collar a little and she did get a eventually get a shock, which startled her. I wanted to condition her to correlate the beep from the collar with getting a shock if she continued to advance, affording her the opportunity to avoid the shock by running away when she hears the beep. To further this goal, she had to be reliably shocked if she continued to advance. So, I had to carefully trim her neck hair under her chin with a pair of scissors to provide better contact for the electrodes. Removing a little hair caused the collar to reliably shock her first time every time. To my knowledge, she has only been shocked three times. Twice on the first day and once on the next. It took a little more than one day for her to understand that she should avoid coming upstairs. I'm happy that she didn't have to get shocked too many times. When she hears the beep she runs away.
This product is vigilant 24/7, it works great.
2. I think we get along better now that I have resigned my post as the warden of the upstairs. I don't have to pick her up and drop her over the barrier, squirt her with water, shout like a fool, or chase her back down stairs. Almost all of our contact now is friendly.
3. It will startle the cat. Shock yourself with it, it doesn't feel good but it isn't dangerous. Even if you know it is coming, it will startle you. In our use case, the cat hasn't been shocked many times. She hears the beep and runs away.
4. Our kitty is six lbs and she doesn't like the shock but she seems uninjured. She got startled and did a back flip. Everything seems fine and she hasn't shocked herself many times.
5. I have no desire to injure or make the cat feel bad. I want us to be buddies but I don't want her to wake us up all night. This seemed like the most effective intervention for our situation. I hope we will be able to take off the collar eventually and she will just respect the upstairs boundary. I think the collar is less mean because it disassociates the punishment from my girlfriend and I, she is now in control of causing herself to be punished.
Edit: I removed a star because I'm disappointed there is no option to purchase separate remote to allow the collar to be used without the proximity sensor. The collar was purchased to keep her from coming upstairs and waking us up. Now she is climbing into the cupboards and getting hair on the clean dishes. She is also jumping in the sink.
Edit: Added the star back because all I had to do to keep our cat out of another zone was move the transmitter. It would be nice if there were a shock and a beep counter on the transmitter's display so we could know for sure how many times she has approached the transmitter. To my knowledge she has only been shocked three or four times total. The original location of the transmitter was on the first flight of stairs. The boundary was clearly visible to her because the transmitter would engage her at the first stair. So she could see a defined boundary.
We noticed that she would open the cupboards in the kitchen and climb all over the clean dishes. She would also jump in the sink and get herself wet. I took a chance moving the transmitter after about a week and now she will not attempt to go upstairs (even though the transmitter has moved) and she doesn't jump into the cupboards or into the sink because the transmitter is there.
My girlfriend is a board certified behavior analyst. She and I both saw the cat get too close to the kitchen sink/cupboards the beep indicating a shock was coming went off and she ran away before she was shocked. So in a very short amount of time our cat has been conditioned to avoid the beep she hears.
This product is highly effective and I couldn't be any happier with it.
The photo attached is of my cat with the collar on and working, still trying to get out the door. Again, I really wanted this to work, so it's hard for me to write this review. Yes, I had the collar on tight enough and the barrier at full zone, and since the family already thinks this is cruel, they are absolutely against shaving an area on his neck to get a better connection.
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Seriously, if you are conflicted about whether or not to get this because you think it's cruel just realize that once the pet learns the response they stop whatever behaviour it was they were doing, so it's not like they are getting the corrective feedback for very long, let alone all the time. Also, if you were like me and at your wits end about to get rid of your pet, then this is definitely a more "loving" choice because it makes it so that you can keep loving them.