Innotek Smart Dog SD-3000 Basic Contain ‘N Train SystemElectronic Dog Fences
Innotek Smart Dog SD-3000 Basic Contain ‘N Train System
Another Smart Dog exclusive! Patented combination containment and remote training system designed for yards up to 5 acres.
The transmitter has four preset levels of stimulation. Button 1 delivers the mildest level and button 4 the most intense. The collars will stimulate for as long as you hold the button down (10 seconds max). GOOD tone and BAD tone buttons are located on the front of the transmitter. The training transmitter provides a full 150 yards of range and can be used within or away from the containment area.
System operates in three modes:
– contain only
– train only
– combination training and containment
Don’t be fooled by imitators!
Patented run-through prevention and timeout between corrections help your dog learn his limits quickly and safely.
-500’ of single-conductor ground wire
– indoor wall-mounted transmitter
– one water-resistant battery-operated collar receiver with neck strap
– handheld training transmitter batteries
– training support 800 number
– complete installation instructions
– videos and/or DVD’s on training on containment and using your remote trainer
– training flags
System comes with one collar/receiver. To contain and train more than one dog, add the SD-3125 collars (hand-held transmitter is able to support training for only one dog at a time). Or add the SD-2025 collars to contain additional dogs without the training feature.
If you need to contain a larger area, add the BD-25 boundary kits.
What is a Containment System?
A Containment System is the cost-effective alternative to traditional fencing. You create an in-ground hidden fence using a boundary wire. The detailed instructional video and/or DVD guides you through the easy-to-follow self-installation process.
When your dog is wearing a containment collar and approaches the boundary area, he hears a warning tone. If he continues toward the boundary, he receives a harmless but effective electrical stimulus that reminds him to stay in the “safe” part of the yard.
You can also use a containment system to block off areas such as gardens, swimming pools, or anywhere else you don’t want your dog to go. If you have a traditional fence, but a dog who likes to dig under or jump over it, installing the boundary wire just inside the perimeter of the fence could be your answer.
Most importantly, these systems provide freedom for your dog to run AND peace of mind for you.