Knick knack paddy whack, give the dog a bone. Or is it, give a dog a bone and he'll follow you home? The point is, now you have a dog (or two or three) and you would like to keep him at home. Prevent your rascally canine from wandering into the street, into your nosy neighbor's beloved petunia bed or hitchhiking across the country on a journey of self-discovery with the Dogtek EF-4000 Electronic Dog Fence. No longer will you have to keep your pup indoors for fear of him yet again trying to make the great escape! Better yet, now you can throw that themed puppy party you've been meaning to have for fido and invite all of his slobbering friends over since, with the Dogtek Electronic Dog Fence, you can use an unlimited amount of wireless collars with this system. Finally, you can have it all with limited freedom for your doggy and peace of mind for you within the boundaries of the boundless possibilities of an electronic fence.How it works
You start by installing a wire on the ground, buried or raised on an existing fence, called the antenna wire. This wire carries a radio signal from the transmitter. When your dog, wearing a receiver collar around his neck, approaches this limit, he is first warned by a beep that he is too close to an area where is not allowed; if he carries on, an impulse will be emitted. Your dog will have to leave the area to stop the impulses. An unlimited number of receiver collars (one included, additional collars
are available separately) can be used with one transmitter unit: you can keep as many dogs as you wish safely in the same area. The EF-4000 has been designed to give you complete satisfaction with an antenna wire with a maximum length of 1320 feet; 330 feet are include with this kit, additional spools of 330 feet
are available separately.
Training flags are included that enable the dog to see the area in which he can move freely and the boundaries he must not cross. We recommend that the flags are placed at the inner edge of the beep warning zone, close enough one of the others. Once your dog is familiar with the boundaries, the flags can be removed.
As soon as the animal wearing the collar enters the protected area, he is warned by a beep. If he continues to move forward, towards the perimeter wire he receives impulses. The wire is placed on the ground, buried or raised on an existing fence.