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Petsafe In-ground Fence Additional Collar For Little Dogs

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Designed for little dogs. 4 levels of correction, plus tone-only option. Waterproof. Uses 9-volt alkaline battery (not included)
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This extra Receiver Collar can be used to add another dog or as a replacement collar to the Little Dog In-Ground Fence? System (PIG20-11041) or any PetSafe In-Ground Fence? System. With a collar for neck sizes 15 cm - 66 cm (6" - 26"), it is specially designed for your little dog. Our smallest waterproof collar is designed specifically for comfort. The reflective strip on the collar helps you find your small dog at night, so outside playtime doesn't have to end when the sun goes down! For dogs 2.3 kg and up Fits neck sizes 15 - 66 cm 4 adjustable levels of static stimulation Tone-only mode alerts your pet with a beep Over Stimulation Protection: Stimulation stops after 30 seconds Run Through Prevention- Static Stimulation increases if your dog tries to run through the boundary zone Waterproof Collar uses replaceable 3-volt battery Battery typically lasts 1 month Good/low battery indicator Compatible with PetSafe In-Ground Fence? systems Waterproof Receiver Collar with reflective strap Battery (PetSafe RFA-188) Test Light Tool Operating Guide

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