GoodPets Dog Wireless Fence System for 1 dog

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  1. Derek C. Murr "derek murr"
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Product for The Price but suggest rechargeable instead, September 20, 2010
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    Derek C. Murr “derek murr” (llano texas) –
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    This review is from: GoodPets Dog Wireless Fence System for 1 dog (Misc.)

    I have a very large and stubborn giant schnauzer 8 month old puppy (who weighs about 90 pounds) and this product works great! I was worried the stimulus wouldn’t be strong enough to divert him but it worked great. Once he hears the beeps he stops and turns around. We have him in the back yard but were so frustrated with him because he wouldn’t stay off of the porch and leave my furniture alone….enter the wireless pet fence, problem solved. We ran this fence around our patio as instructed and it works like a charm. He went from devil dog to angel at the flick of a switch. Now our evenings on the porch are very enjoyable! Only advice is to read the instructions first and be very careful with the thin wire when stringing it. Don’t crimp it or else it will cause a lot of heart ache, once buried however the thin wire is not a concern at all.

    Update to review after several days of use: it would be well worth your money to spend an extra $40 and make sure you get a rechargeable collar. the batteries cost $4 to $20 each on this collar, are not rechargeable and they do not make a rechargeable 6volt battery. The batteries go dead in about 3 days and then your dog will be right back to his antics unless you spend a small fortune on a stockpile of batteries.

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