Pet Invisible Fence Indoor Barrier Shield Pet Boundary Containment System
You love your pet and your time together, but you don’t love the hair on your furniture and you worry about a mess around the trashcans. You want to give your pet independence in your home, but there are just certain areas that only should be accessible to humans. The Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier can restore your home and peace of mind.
This transmitter creates a circular radio signal up to 12 feet in diameter without any wire. You can shrink the Barrier area to 2 feet in diameter if you only want a small section of a room off-limits to your furry friend. This indoor pet-proofing barrier allows you to customize the off-limits areas of your home.The Collar
Once you have your Barrier Area set, you will fit the Receiver Collar to your pet. You should be able to insert one finger between the end of a contact point and your pet’s neck. When your pet enters the Barrier Area, she will hear tones from the collar and receive progressive static correction at the same time. She will quickly realize the area is off-limits. She’ll learn that she is more comfortable when she avoids the Barrier Area. The same collar will also work with an outdoor pet barrier if you have the same problem in your yard with a pool or garden.Training
Most pets will learn quickly to avoid the Barrier Area on their own. However, your pet will pick up on the new boundaries even quicker with a few short training sessions. You can attach a long leash to your pet’s regular collar while she is also wearing the Receiver Collar. The two of you walk towards the Barrier Area. Once you hear the tones and your pet receives the safe static correction, gently pull her leash away from the off-limits area. Reward your pet with praise each time she leaves. For families with multiple pets, you can add an unlimited number of the Pawz Away Receiver Collars to the area. You can also use multiple barriers in your yard for multiple areas your pets need to avoid.
Trouble shooting Steps :
Once the collar is paired to the transmitter the collar beeps and the test light lights up when you get the collar within range of the transmitter.
1.Start with the Barrier turned off.
2. Turn receiver on and place it within 1 foot of the Barrier.
3.Press and hold the – button, a bar will appear next to the current Mode.
4.Press and hold the + button, one range bar will appear.
5. Keep holding both buttons until collar beeps 3 times.
6. Release both buttons.
7. Collar is now set to the new mode.
The collar has progression correction. This means as the animal gets closer to the barrier, the correction level automatically gets stronger. If you have the test light tool, you can see if the light on the tool gets brighter as they bring the collar and test light tool closer to the barrier.
:: Progressive correction levels
:: Maximum correction level → 500 microjoules