How Does It Work?
The Havahart® Fence Free Underground Dog Fence Comes With Wire That You Bury Around the Perimeter of Your Containment Area, Creating a Closed Loop.
Once you have buried the Wire and your loop is complete, the Fence Free Controller creates your dog's Fence Boundary. Surrounding this Fence Boundary is a Trigger Zone or Warning Zone that spans 3 to 24 feet, and is the area in which a correction is issued. When the Collar crosses the Trigger or Warning Zone, an audible warning tone sounds, which will last as long as your dog remains in the Warning Zone.
What's In The Box?
- Wall Mount Transmitter
- 2 Havahart® Water-Resistant Collars
- 2 CR2450 Coin Lithium Batteries
- 4 Probes for Short-Haired Dogs
- 4 Probes for Long-Haired Dogs
- 1 Heart-Shaped Collar Tester
- 1 AC Adapter
- Accessory Bag (wire splicers, screws and anchors)
- 50 White Training Flags
- 500 Feet of Wire
- Field Training Cards
- Training Manual
How Do I Set Up The Fence?
Design Your Boundary and Lay the Boundary Wire On Top of the Ground
Install the Wall Unit
Set Up the Collar
Ensure the Wire is Working Properly, then Install the Boundary Wire
Place the Training Flags
Fit the Collar on Your Dog
Train Your Dog To the Fence
Total time = depends on property size
For best results, we recommend you follow the 3-week training program outlined in the Instruction Manual, so your dog has ample time to learn the Fence Boundary.
System Safety Features
Your dog will hear a warning tone as he approaches the Fence Boundary, receive a low-level Static stimulus the closer he gets, and the full-level Static stimulus as he reaches the Boundary. This correction cycle deters your dog from crossing the Fence Boundary.
In the event that your dog becomes trapped or confused in the Trigger Zone, the Havahart® Fence Free Underground Dog Fence will limit stimulation.
Questions & Answers
Yes. The Fence Free Underground Dog Fence has no landscaping restrictions. Hide this »
Yes, and unlike our Wireless Fences, there is no need to ensure this is excluded from the Fence Boundary. Hide this »
Yes, digging is required in order to install this Fence. The Wire should be buried at depth of ½ inch. If your Fence Boundary includes a driveway, you’ll need to cut ½ inch deep cut, using a circular saw and masonry blade. Hide this »
“Now I have a vivacious, sociable golden labrador that stays in her own yard.”
“I would say this product works very well …It makes it so much easier when they have to go out!”
“Great fence that allowed me to train my dog.”
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