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PetSafe Contain 'N Train In-Ground Fence System

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  • Electronic dog-training system keeps pets safely in the yard
  • Up to 5 acres for containment and 150 yards in flat open terrain for training
  • Water-resistant battery-operated receiver; collar fits neck sizes 8 to 21 inches
  • 4 stimulation levels; 2 separate tones; instructional materials included
  • Receiver measures 3-1/2 by 3/4 by 1-3/4 inches; transmitter measures 1-3/4 by 5/8 by 3-1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty

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  • Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm ; 2.5 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: SD-3000
  • ASIN: B00062F6M4
  • Date first available at July 30 2010
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,280 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Innotek. The quicker way to a better behaved dog. Having a better behaved dog has never been quicker or easier. You can spend more time playing and less time training. Innotek electronic training and fencing products have just the right touch, just when you need it. The Products Designed and Supported by Professionals. Innotek products are designed by professionals to be the fastest way to a better behaved dog and they're supported by professionals too. Call the Free Training hotline and they will gladly walk you through your training challenge. Call as often as you wish, the help is always free. Discover the difference it makes when you use the right tool for the job. Basic Contain N' Train and Deluxe Contain N' Train. Innotek's exclusive Contain N' Train systems feature two training functions in one. It keeps your dog in the safety of your yard and offers the control of a handheld transmitter for the same freedom away from home. This system installs easily with common household tools. Patented run-through prevention offers secure, reliable containment. 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.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9aee0e10) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
38 of 43 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e45e7a4) out of 5 stars Dog Collar containment May 24 2005
By Steven R. Sedlmayr - Published on
I like the idea of a containment system like this, which allows you to correct and contain. However, I think the implementation of the dog collars is severly lacking as far as the durability. When it is working, it does discourage the dogs from leaving our property. Since we have 1 1/2 acres of land, and 2 German short hair pointers, it is essential that they get exercise, but not leave the surrounding areas. It works fine when it is working, and the training does work good. But the collars seem to go bad within a couple of months, and the batteries need replacing on a very regular schedule every two months. And the batteries are relativity expensive (Usually over $6 at Radio shack, or higher). Thus it does cost more than $75 a year just for batteries. But in two years I have had to buy more than 7 collars just to have two that work. And the company doesn't seem to care much. I am sending 4 collars back to them to have them see why they have gone bad, but I had to suggest this, and ask them to study it. Furthermore, they did not say we would be happy to replace them, just that we will study why they went bad. They all exhibit the same problem and failure mode. I just think the engineering lacks something and they must have had a bad part in it that fails for some reason or other. I would seriously tell someone not to buy this product line from them, maybe another vendor, or try another line in their product lines, like I am, the IUC version (I am using the SD-3100 version). Since I have spent over $1200 over the past two years on trying to keep dogs in, I am not happy with this product. I will try their new version, but if it does not work, then I will switch vendors.

The other thing that does irritate, is that they have the zone system, but it does not work with the SD train and contain line. So you must spend some more money for another type of collar and system. Why can't they just have a universal system that all of the extras work with? And please don't give my some mumbo jumbo about it, for I am an engineer and know what does and doesn't work, and what can be designed and what can't. Like my sign said in my classroom "I always wanted to be and Engineer, now I are one". I don't know if the new IUC line works with the contain n train, because the literature is severly lacking and un-informative as to how things work, and what they work with.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e45ebac) out of 5 stars Not a cruel method of fencing and this product works. Oct. 24 2015
By Mark and Jen - Published on
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I needed to add a collar to my sad 2000 system that encloses a 5 acre area. This collar worked with the existing system and gave me the added feature of a remote. I now have a backup when my sd2000 goes down. When I first had to make the decision to install invisible fencing I was torn thinking that it was a cruel way. But after considering the alternative I realized it was my only option with the size of yard I have. With the proper training my dogs only had one incident each, not as cruel as I thought. I now think that not having the fence would be more cruel because of the possible dangers my dogs would face if they were allowed to roam the neighborhood, I live in the country and there are many dangers. They won't even approach the line when deer visit the yard and run away when the dogs come out, unbelievable. The deer have even learned where the line is and stand 10 feet on the other side and graze while the dogs are out barking at them. I just added a third dog and was able to train him in just a couple of days. Now the whole pack can enjoy the freedom of the yard and I don't worry about them leaving to investigate the neighborhood or chase wild animals that come to visit. I have completely change my opinion on these fences after experiencing them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e45efe4) out of 5 stars Not designed for the long haul March 17 2013
By D K - Published on
While I can't compare this to other containment collars, I can remark on my experience with this system alone.

My chocolate lab has gone through four collars, one failed outright within the warranty period, three have cost me around $40 from Innotek. My dog's not particularly rough on the collars, but if there were means to open the collar receiver, I may have been able to repair the unit myself. Two of the instances, the parts inside the receiver can be heard rattling around inside. While the support staff is very helpful, I feel that I've have paid for this system twice by now, in the "warranty replacment" collars I've received (at a fee). I've read that Innotek's QC has fallen to the wayside, and if I didn't have to return this collar in order to get a new one, I'd take the chance on cracking it open to attempt a repair.

When working, it runs fine. Like other systems, read the directions, know the limitations, and it will work as advertised.
HASH(0x9e45e8f4) out of 5 stars 12 years and still works great! April 28 2015
By N. Walther - Published on
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We have had this system for the past 12 years and it has been excellent. We don't use it's much in the training mode since batteries last about 2 weeks vs over a year in contain only mode.

The only problems we have had have been user error, mostly from being a bit lazy & not burying areas we should have & the wire breaking - moose tripping on it, not noticing that utilities workers had disturbed it, etcetera. We have had almost no problems for the past 8 years since we fully buried it. It's actually easy to bury though, used an edger tool to cut the turf a bit & slipped the wire under probably not even an inch- just so it won't catch the mower or anything crossing it. Crossing paved driveways was, however, more challenging since I had to cut a slot with a circular saw, lay the wire, & cover with caulk.

We have had 2-3 dogs at a time over the years and they are free to roam our 2 acres, yet we have been able to create zones that keep them out of various "islands" like gardens.

The savings from a conventional fence is huge, the aesthetics are of course better, allowing a more decorative fence if you prefer instead of a chain link fence that some dogs will still dig under.
HASH(0x9b36703c) out of 5 stars ... this for 5 months now and I would not recommend it at all Feb. 28 2015
By Kathleen Kuba - Published on
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I have had this for 5 months now and I would not recommend it at all. I have a 100 pound lab and have it jacked up all the way and he still goes through the fence like its nothing. I know that the unit it is working but for him some reason it does not phase him. Also the hand held remote does not work anymore. I would love to return this item as I need to buy another brand but it is to late.