SportDog In-Ground Fence System SDF-100APet Containment Systems, Electronic Dog Fences
SportDog In-Ground Fence System Model SDF-100A
Don?t waste your time or money building a fence to contain your dogs on your property. ?Instead, consider an electronic fence, such as the SportDog In-Ground Fence System SDF-100A.
The SportDog SDF-100A is more cost-effective than traditional fencing. ?Each system contains 1,000 feet of wire, 100 flags, 1 transmitter, and 1 collar receiver. ?The basic system can cover 1 ? acres, but with the purchase of additional wire and flags, up to 100 acres of land can be covered. ?Additionally, an unlimited number of dogs can be contained with the SDF-100A with the purchase of extra collars.
This in-ground fence system is easy to use. ?Homeowners simply bury the wire, plug in the transmitter, and train their dog to respect his or her new boundaries. ?The collar receiver has 4 levels of static stimulation in addition to tone and vibration modes, guaranteed to match any dog?s personality.
Safety features include a wire-break transmitter alarm which alerts of possible boundary wire issues. ?An anti-linger features prevents your pet from running down the battery in the receiver near the warning zone. ?Built-in lightning protection provides peace of mind. ?A low battery indicator alerts you to when the 9-volt battery needs to be replaced, typically every 6 – 12 months.
- 1,000 feet of wire
- 100 flags
- Covers 1 acre
- Can be expanded to cover 100 acres
- Unlimited number of dogs can be contained (additional collars sold separately)
- 4 stimulation levels
- Vibration/tone modes
- Wire-break transmitter alarm
- Anti-linger feature
- Lightning protection
- Low-battery indicator
- Easy to Use
- For dogs over 10 lbs
- Replaceable 9 Volt Batteries
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.