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Petsafe In Ground Fence Additional Dog Collar

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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 Receiver Colar has 5 levels of electrical stimulation to match the sensitivity of your pet. It comes with a nylon collar, batteries, short probes for short-hair dogs and long probes for long-hair dogs. It is compatible with PetSafe In-Ground Fence? systems and can be used to add a new dog to your fence system or to replace your current collar. For dogs 3.6 kg and up Fits neck sizes 15 - 71 cm 4 adjustable levels of static stimulation Tone with vibration 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 Replaceable batteries Battery typically lasts 1-3 months Low battery indicator Compatible with PetSafe In-Ground Fence? systems

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