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Petsafe Stubborn Dog In-ground Fence System

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Receiver designed for stubborn and hard-to-train pets. 5 progressive levels of correction, including tone-only mode or beep-only mode with vibration. Range: Up to 10 acres (additional wire and flag kits required). Low-battery indicator. Works with multiple pets (additional receiver collars required). Operating and Training Guide included.
Train Behaviour Type
He may be stubborn, but that doesn't mean he can't be kept safe and secure. To help manage your strong-willed dog, this In-Ground Fence and Receiver Collar comes equipped with five adjustable levels of electrical stimulation, including a tone-only plus vibration mode. The adjustable Receiver Collar is especially designed for hard-to-train dogs of every size. For dogs 3.6 kg and up Fits neck sizes 15 - 71 cm For stubborn or hard-to-train dogs 5 adjustable levels of static stimulation Tone with vibration mode alerts your pet with a beep Over Stimulation Protection: Stimulation stops after 30 seconds Covers up to 13 ares (1/3 acre/0.13 hectares) with included boundary wire Expandable up to 400 ares/10 acres/4 hectares (additional wire and flags required) Add an unlimited number of pets with additional in-ground Add-A-Dog Receiver Collars Waterproof Receiver Collar Collar uses replaceable 9-volt battery Battery typically lasts 1-3 months Good/low battery indicator Transmitter with power adaptor Receiver Collar Test Light Tool Operating and Training Guide in EN/FR/NL/ES/IT/DE/DA 150 m of boundary wire with 50 boundary flags Surge protector

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