Havahart ®  Wireless Presents: Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence
Wood Wire Molded Plastic Are you using a conventional dog fence?
Conventional fences  detract  from the  beauty of your yard
… And are not easy to setup
Recent advances in technology  have done away with the need for physical barriers
But installing wire around your yard’s perimeter is still required
Wires can become exposed over time…
Exposed wires can be severed by yard equipment Making the underground fence useless until the wire is repaired
Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence From Havahart ®  Wireless
It is  cheaper  and  easier to install than other alternatives Why Havahart ®  Wireless’s Dog Fence  is better:
<ul><li>There is no digging required </li></ul><ul><li>The wireless system is completely portable </li></ul><ul><li>Can be...
How the  Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence  works :
A Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence  consists of two primary components: Collar Controller
It works similar to a radio tower…
The controller and dog collar both contain a transceiver, allowing them to send and  receive radio signals.
Havahart ®  Wireless’ Advanced Features: Havahart ®  Wireless  has included the latest advanced features for wireless dog ...
With most other electric dog fences… … A problem arises when your dog escapes
When your dog returns and approaches the perimeter from outside the boundary, other fence collars emit a shock to your dog
Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fences From Havahart ®  Wireless  have a new correction time out feature that stops sta...
If your dog escapes the perimeter, he will not be corrected for returning back inside the perimeter
Havahart ®  Wireless’s advanced collars have five different  levels of static shock correction  and one tone-only correcti...
Upgraded LCD screens notify you of battery life and when your dog breaches the perimeter
… essential to the functionality of wireless dog fences Dog fence rechargeable batteries
Through the use of motion sensing technology, Havahart ®  Wireless’s dog containment system conserves battery life when yo...
Training is crucial after the installation of  your new Havahart ®  Wireless Dog Fence Training your dog for a wireless do...
Proper training normally takes around two weeks. This ensures your dog’s safety and familiarity with the wireless fence bo...
Training – Phase One •  Introduce your dog to the fence boundary, also known as  the trigger zone, denoted with flags •  K...
•  Introduce the collar’s low  static correction •  After a few days, place a toy  outside the perimeter. This  will teach...
Supervise your dog outside for a few days before monitoring your dog from inside using the Havahart ®  Wireless dog fence ...
 
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    1. 1. Havahart ® Wireless Presents: Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence
    2. 2. Wood Wire Molded Plastic Are you using a conventional dog fence?
    3. 3. Conventional fences detract from the beauty of your yard
    4. 4. … And are not easy to setup
    5. 5. Recent advances in technology have done away with the need for physical barriers
    6. 6. But installing wire around your yard’s perimeter is still required
    7. 7. Wires can become exposed over time…
    8. 8. Exposed wires can be severed by yard equipment Making the underground fence useless until the wire is repaired
    9. 9. Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence From Havahart ® Wireless
    10. 10. It is cheaper and easier to install than other alternatives Why Havahart ® Wireless’s Dog Fence is better:
    11. 11. <ul><li>There is no digging required </li></ul><ul><li>The wireless system is completely portable </li></ul><ul><li>Can be reinstalled after moving or traveling </li></ul>
    12. 12. How the Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence works :
    13. 13. A Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence consists of two primary components: Collar Controller
    14. 14. It works similar to a radio tower…
    15. 15. The controller and dog collar both contain a transceiver, allowing them to send and receive radio signals.
    16. 16. Havahart ® Wireless’ Advanced Features: Havahart ® Wireless has included the latest advanced features for wireless dog fences
    17. 17. With most other electric dog fences… … A problem arises when your dog escapes
    18. 18. When your dog returns and approaches the perimeter from outside the boundary, other fence collars emit a shock to your dog
    19. 19. Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fences From Havahart ® Wireless have a new correction time out feature that stops static shocks after 30 seconds
    20. 20. If your dog escapes the perimeter, he will not be corrected for returning back inside the perimeter
    21. 21. Havahart ® Wireless’s advanced collars have five different levels of static shock correction and one tone-only correction
    22. 22. Upgraded LCD screens notify you of battery life and when your dog breaches the perimeter
    23. 23. … essential to the functionality of wireless dog fences Dog fence rechargeable batteries
    24. 24. Through the use of motion sensing technology, Havahart ® Wireless’s dog containment system conserves battery life when your dog is not moving
    25. 25. Training is crucial after the installation of your new Havahart ® Wireless Dog Fence Training your dog for a wireless dog fence:
    26. 26. Proper training normally takes around two weeks. This ensures your dog’s safety and familiarity with the wireless fence boundary.
    27. 27. Training – Phase One • Introduce your dog to the fence boundary, also known as the trigger zone, denoted with flags • Keep your dog leashed until the end of the training • When approaching the trigger zone and the correction signal sounds, pull your dog away using the leash
    28. 28. • Introduce the collar’s low static correction • After a few days, place a toy outside the perimeter. This will teach your dog to ignore distractions Training – Phase Two
    29. 29. Supervise your dog outside for a few days before monitoring your dog from inside using the Havahart ® Wireless dog fence controller Training – Final Phase Towards the end of the training, you can supervise your dog without a leash

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