PetSafe PIF00-12917 Stay and Play Wireless Fence

April 17, 2014 - Comment

The new stay and play wireless fence is a small, rechargeable system that provides an adjustable 3/4 of an acre circular boundary for your pet anywhere you go. The lightweight wireless transmitter is less than half the size of the previous PetSafe wireless fence and has no wires to bury. The waterproof, rechargeable receiver collar

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The new stay and play wireless fence is a small, rechargeable system that provides an adjustable 3/4 of an acre circular boundary for your pet anywhere you go. The lightweight wireless transmitter is less than half the size of the previous PetSafe wireless fence and has no wires to bury. The waterproof, rechargeable receiver collar is ergonomically designed for your pets comfort, and offers 5 levels of static correction plus a tone-only mode for training. With the ease of setup, this system is perfect for traveling with your pet. The stay and play is also compatible with the original pif-300, and allows you to expand your wireless coverage. To use, simply plug in the wireless radio transmitter in the center of the area you designate for your pet. Mark the boundary zone with the included flags to teach your pet where he or she is allowed to roam. Then place the receiver collar on your pet. The system will deliver a warning beep as your pet nears the boundary zone marked by the flags, and if your pet crosses the zone the collar will give a safe, static correction. With a little training, your pet will soon understand to avoid the boundary zone and will be safely contained within your yard. You can also contain a second dog with this system, simply by adding an additional stay and play receiver collar (second collar sold separately). The receiver collar included in the stay and play is waterproof and fits dogs 5-pound or larger with neck sizes of 6-23-inch. For use in the US only. This unit is compatible with all US 110v outlets and are not to be used with 220v international voltage.

Product Features

  • Lightweight, portable wireless transmitter means no wires to bury
  • Creates an adjustable circular perimeter of up to 3/4 of an acre anywhere you go
  • Rechargeable receiver collar charges in 2 to 3-hour and is ergonomically designed for comfort
  • Offers 5 levels of static correction plus a tone-only mode for training of dogs over 5-pound with neck sizes 6 to 23-inch
  • Works with the original PetSafe wireless pet containment system, PIF-300

Comments

Jason M. Labbe says:

Cheaper than a fence! I have 3 Belgian Malinois, a Black Lab, and a new yard without a fence. I did a lot of research and ordered the Stay and Play and then ordered 3 extra collars. The unit is pretty compact and neat looking and is about the size and shape of a blender without the pitcher on it. I plugged in the unit and was pleasantly surprised to see that all of the collars worked with the unit without doing anything to them at all. I thought I would have to sync them like you would garage door opener.Our house is 3400sq feet (2 stories). We placed the unit about 4 ft. off the ground near a window that opens to the back yard. The unit throws out a signal that allows the dogs to roam a petty large perimeter all the way around the house. We could have allowed the dogs to roam farther in the back yard, but the signal would go too far in the front yard which would give the dogs access to the street. Too bad you can’t send the signal out in the shape of a baseball diamond, instead of in a…

kc932 "KC" says:

The answer to my needs! We have a German Shepherd pup (10 months old) who has learned to climb our fence. Every day at the bus stop she would climb the fence and come running up to play with her kids. No matter how much we tried to teach her not to leave the fence, she would. The end of my rope was when she had the lady across the street who is very scared of dogs, cornered. I had already been researching and decided to get the Stay and Play System.I went to the store, brought it home, unpacked it, got the collar charged and flagged the yard. I walked the pup around the yard a few times and decided to try it with the collar on the lowest level. Whenever the collar would beep I would have her quickly back away. I did this for the rest of the day and then early in the evening decided to let her test it. She stepped outside the boundary and got a slight correction (it was on the first correction setting, not the tone but the correction). I was standing fairly close and got her back inside the…

G. Proulx "Up to my Neck in Tech" says:

Good Idea, Questionable Implementation We got this product a couple weeks ago and are still training our dog due to my wife and my busy schedule. I intend to update this review at a later time with some more thoughts. But here are my impressions so far.This product is a great idea. Our yard is not rectangular, and so we can set this product’s circular range to encompass most of our yard. No problems there, unlike others with more normal yards. The look of this product is nice. It fits in with our living room. The previous model of this product would not have though. I also like the rechargeable dog collars. The charger can charge 2 collars at a time. We have only charged the collar once, and it charged very quickly. The manual says a charge can last up to 3 weeks.I also like the looks of the collars. They also look nicer than the previous model. Thankfully they come with a plastic buckle for easy putting-on and removal. And so far, the training has been going rather well. We had to set the collar up…

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