Wireless Dog Collar Fence System
Wireless Dog Fence With Collar is specially designed to keep your dog safe and happy inside the yard. It allows you to have both Wireless Fence and Training System in one device. We make it easy to set up, effective, and affordable for anyone.
Let Your Dog Freely Explore The Yard
We love dogs. We believe they're more than just pets, they are family. We shouldn't keep them in a fence while we need to make sure they are safe.
Our wireless fence collar can solve this problem perfectly. It is the combination of freedom and safety for our furry friends.
The Electric Dog Fence System is reliable and safe for pet training and it sets up a boundary to keep your dog safe from wandering off your property.
It completely gets rid of the hassle of wiring and is very convenient to create a safe area for pets to move around.
Safety of Our Loved Dogs is Not A Problem Anymore
The working principle of usage is simple. The transmitter will track the distance of your dog by sending repeated signals to the receiver that is attached to the dog’s collar.
When the collar receives a signal from the base unit, the collar is considered still within the safe zone boundary and no correction will be sent off.
If for some reason the collar stops receiving a signal (example: collar goes out of the boundary, signal blocked by an obstacle, or the transmitter battery dies), the collar will be considered to be run out of the safe zone and it will start entering the working mode to send off the correction.
Simple and Easy To Use Adjustable Design
Do you have a big dog or a small dog? No worries! The collar range can be adjusted starting from 6 to 28 inches which makes it suitable for dogs of all sizes.
With the upgraded dual antenna, area coverage and signal stability has been drastically improved. With 2.4GHz built-in transmission, no internet or Wi-Fi is needed when using our collar.
The transmitter can be set starting from a distance of 80ft to 1640ft in radius. If there is a wall and buildings between the transmitter and the receiver, or any other signal interference such as cars, trucks, trees, and metal things, the distance might slightly be affected.
It is best to put the base unit 1 meter above the ground and in an open space such as your backyard.