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PetSafe Stay and Play Extra Receiver, PIF00-12918

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  • Can be used to add another dog to any PetSafe Wireless Fence
  • 5 Levels of static correction plus tone-only mode for training
  • Fits dogs 5 pounds or more, and neck sizes 6-23-Inch
  • Recharges in 2-3 hours and LED lights indicate when recharge is needed
  • Pass-through receiver allows you to use any length of 3/4" non-metallic collar strap

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PetSafe Stay and Play Extra Receiver, PIF00-12918 + PetSafe Stay and Play Wireless Fence, PIF00-12917
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 15.9 x 20.8 cm ; 181 g
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Item model number: PIF00-12918
  • ASIN: B0055L8RJK
  • Date first available at April 17 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,468 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Add extra dogs to your PetSafe Wireless Fence with a rechargeable collar.

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By Coos on April 8 2014
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We have two dogs and this was a must have for our home in the forest where fencing isn't an option. Our dogs now have free run of a huge area.
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By 111 on Dec 23 2013
Worck very good, easy to train less than 3 days had 4 dogs on it :)
Its more difficult to train your dog to go out the circle when he had no color than to train them to stay in the area
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By Mookey on Aug. 20 2013
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I charge these collars about every 4-5 days and they work great for keeping my dogs in our yard. Highly recommend.
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By chantal on April 20 2013
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This will be saving us the extra $$ for batteries and extra time to find them.

The collar is not submersible like the battery one so we will keep it for when we go to the lake but this is A OK for our backyard.

I love the fact you can turn it on and off.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Handy but charge doesn't stay up June 21 2012
By redswd - Published on
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I bought this collar for my little guy, a 7 pound terrier mix named Ditka, since it is a much smaller unit than the battery powered ones and I thought it would be easier for him to handle. It proved to be effective keeping him in bounds. But it seems to need charging every 4 days to maintain enough oomph to corral my little critter. After the 4th day of use he seems not to pay any attention to it. At $150 per collar I would think the battery quality would be such that a weekly charge would be enough. I'm kind of disappointed, hence 3 stars.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
warning collars wig out and can cause injury Nov. 20 2013
By tonylwhite75 - Published on
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We have bought 5 of these collars 3 of them still work one out dogs were a little to rough with which is no big deal but the other collar malfunctioned when the battery became low and when my dog got to close to the border of the wireless system it began shocking her and continued for quite a while I mean I had time to get to her and get it off and it was still zapping while I was holding it it left marks on her neck and caused quite a sore we have thrown that collar out and still use the system I just warn people to still watch there animals this is an electronic device and they can fail and malfunction
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not the best system...disappointed!! July 31 2014
By TAH - Published on
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I am extremely disappointed in this system. I previously had the underground version of this system, but when the line broke (and I had no idea where), I chose this system. With this system there is variance to where the collar will shock. I have set boundary flags and reset the flags. My dogs will not go with in 30 feet of the flags because they may get shocked that far inside the containment line. The representative said that the inconsistencies with the containment boundary lines might be "interference outside of control" which means I should plug the unit in at different places and see if it works better in a different location because this "sometimes happens".
THE BIGGEST PROBLEM: My 1 year old, very sweet dog (lab/labradoodle mix), got shocked and the collar did not stop shocking him. I am absolutely sick about this. I can not express how SICK I am. It happened when I wasn't home. The prongs BURNED HOLES (they are actual holes, although PetSafe calls them "pressure ulcers" and states that an electrical burn is not possible. Veterinarian documentation and photographs are needed for PetSafe to consider this...) into his neck from the continual and prolonged shock. I carried his collar around the yard and it shocked randomly and for prolonged times (minutes), even when moving FAR away from containment, even up next to the unit. I contacted PetSafe and was told that I should mail the collar to them at my expense. They would then send the collar to be tested. After the results of the tests, I would then be contacted to discuss the results. Depending on the results, they would give me options. When I asked about what options I would receive, I was told the representative could not discuss that. She also could not tell me if or when the collar would be replaced. I said this collar injured my dog who is not stubborn or hard to train and a replacement collar should be automatic.
I then contacted *Amazon* and the representative was concerned, apologized, asked how my dog was doing, what the vet said, shipped a new collar overnight and sent a pre-paid label for the defective collar to be returned. I wish PetSafe had Customer Service that was a fraction of *Amazon*!! Thank you Amazon!!
My other dog (lab) hasn't had any trouble with his collar. I have loosened the collar so prongs do not touch his skin, only his hair. I am hopeful that the beeping sound will keep him in the containment area so he doesn't get hit by a car. I truly feel one collar is severely defective. I advise anyone who gets this unit to use the small prongs and have the collar loose if the dog can be trained to the beep instead of the shock. The collar worked fine for almost 3 weeks before this happened. I wish I could upload a picture as a precaution....
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
So simple. Love it. July 21 2013
By sp05 - Published on
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We have 2 dogs on this system and one of them is a long, thick haired Husky mix who was EXTREMELY hard to keep in the yard. He likes to run, and I didn't think anything could hold him. This Stay & Play system has been awesome. The first few days they both tested it a few times, running after rabbits and trying to follow people out walking their dogs. The Husky tried to run through it (he's been on an underground fence before) and quickly learned that running through it was not a good idea. They have both stayed in the yard ever since. We live in the country on top of a hill, one side of which is steep and ends about 50 feet down from where we keep the transmitter. I was worried that it would be a problem, but it doesn't seem to affect the signal at all. In fact, the only thing that I've found does affect the signal are trees. We have a line of trees at the end of our yard and they bounce the signal in several feet. Doesn't bother us any though because we prefer that they don't go past them anyway. The battery life isn't bad. We had to recharge it after the first 2 weeks, but I think that was because they were testing it. It's been 3 weeks since then and we haven't had to charge it again. I'm guessing sometime within the next week, we'll need to recharge based on other reviews. Our dogs wear them 24/7 and we don't turn them off when they come in. It doesn't seem to bother them at all to wear them. I haven't seen any signs of irritation on their skin. We have a 2 story log house. The logs do not affect the signal at all (not sure why trees do). The dogs can go upstairs and there is no interruption of the signal. As I understand it, the system is based on a radio signal. As long as the collar receives the signal, the dog is not shocked. There are no blind spots where the dog can go through. If the dog goes out of range, it loses the radio signal, and it will give a warning and within a second start shocking and the dog must either return to the yard or after several seconds the shock eventually stop. They are several LONG seconds for the dog, if they choose not to return to the yard. There is not much time between the warning and the shock, but as long as the dog learns the boundary it's not really an issue. We had to put both collars on level 4 for our dogs. We tried the lower levels but they are very stubborn and rabbits are really fun to chase.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Wireless dog collar and system Dec 25 2011
By Sparky - Published on
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Best thing sliced bread! Easy to set up and use. Does exactly what the manufacturer promises! Provides nice large area of coverage and dog quickly learned her boundaries with only one shock. Highly recommend!