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 fences
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 static shocks after 30 seconds
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 correction
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 your dog is not moving
Training is crucial after the installation of your new Havahart ® Wireless Dog Fence Training your dog for a wireless dog fence:
Proper training normally takes around two weeks. This ensures your dog’s safety and familiarity with the wireless fence boundary.
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
• 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
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