PetSafe Pawz Away Instant Pet Barrier Reviews

August 3, 2012 by  
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PetSafe Pawz Away Instant Pet Barrier

  • Instant pet barrier keeps the dog away from problem areas in the home
  • No training or installation required; simply place Zone in area dog should avoid
  • Protects a space from 2- to 12-feet in diameter; runs on 3 AA batteries
  • Collar delivers electronic stimulation dogs quickly learn to avoid
  • Receiver measures 1-7/8 by 1-1/6 by 1-2/7 inches; Zone measures 4-3/4 by 4-3/4 by 1-1/8 inches; limited lifetime warranty

PetSafe Pawz Away Instant Pet Barrier (formerly the Innotek Indoor Zone-Pet Barrier) is designed by professionals to instantly keep your dog away from problem areas in your home — no training necessary. Unlike other deterrents,the Instant Pet Barrier is totally cordless/wireless. You can put the Barrier near anything you want your pet to avoid the trash, kitchen counter, dining room table, baby’s crib or protect your furniture. When using the Pet Barrier take these three simple steps: 1) select

List Price: $ 79.99

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Epica Remote Dog Training Collar Shock and Vibration for 2 Dogs Provides Safe but Annoying Static Stimulation with Ability to Shock or Vibrate Each Dog Separately

  • Provides safe but annoying static stimulation
  • One remote control can operate the trainings of two dogs up to 1000 feet away.
  • Will work with dogs from 15 to 100 pounds dogs
  • Shock or vibrate each dog independently
  • Rechargeable Water-resistant collar W/ Auto sleep feature to save battery life

The Epica dog training collar allows you to go out with your dogs without having to use a leash . When he misbehaves, you simply press a button on the remote which sends a signal to the receiver collar, delivering a harmless static stimulation to your dog. It quickly teaches him to associate the annoying sensation with the prohibited behavior.
The rechargeable dog training shock collar for 2 dogs has 3 levels of shock and 1 level of vibration. This electronic dog training system can shock or v

List Price: $ 59.99

Price: $ 59.99

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6 Responses to “PetSafe Pawz Away Instant Pet Barrier Reviews”
  1. Family Man says:
    116 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product – But things you should know before buying, January 17, 2006
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    This review is from: PetSafe Pawz Away Instant Pet Barrier (Misc.)

    The zones work great, within the limits listed below.

    Good Points

    1. Has a A, B, and AB setting which lets you control individual dog access to areas or objects (such as separate food bowls for special diets, rooms, etc)

    2. The shock is mild but definitely uncomfortable (I tested it on me before I used it on the dogs). It is milder than the strong static shocks I regularly get around the house.

    3. The dogs quickly learn to avoid things that cause shocks.

    Limits

    1. Collar wear is recommended to be limited to 12 hours due to rubbing by the stud on the neck. This can be a problem with intelligent dog and schedules requiring longer wear times. Intelligent dogs can quickly learn that the collar is the source of the shock and can wait until they are not wearing it to get into the forbidden.

    2. The range increments listed (2-12 ft) are not dependable. I find mine, with direct line of sight, is half that or less.

    3. The six available range settings are not enough. There are times that 1 or 2 ft increment is too much.

    4. Area of affect is spherical. Keep this in mind when deciding where to use them. Depending on the range setting, just walking by the counter or under the table can set them off even if all you intended was to discourage Fluffy’s nose from appearing on the counter/table top. The only way to alleviate this is to find some way to dangle the zone from the ceiling to correctly limit the reaction area to those 3 ft off the floor.

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  2. E. Adorno "Booksarenice" says:
    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great, March 2, 2008
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    E. Adorno “Booksarenice” (Massachusetts, USA) –
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    My dog, chihuahua, is so resilent to correction. You can tell him something a million times, spray him, watch him, stare him down, he just doesn’t get it. So we put this in the living room where we don’t want him on the couches, we used a leash to show him what to do.

    We put the collar on, we tested the distance/perimeter with the collar, not on the dog. It beeps first, so that’s their warning. We put the collar and a leash on the dog, and let him walk over to the couch, he heard the beep, and we moved him away so that he learns where to go. He didn’t get it the first time, but got it everytime after that, now he runs when he hears the beep. One problem though, when we put it in the doorway to our room, if he gets too excited he can actually run right through it and he doesn’t get bothered by it at all, no shock no beep. But that’s cause he’s running, he doesn’t usually run into a room. PLus he has associated the beep and shock with the sensor, so when he sees the sensor he avoids the area in its entirety. I only wish I could use it with my cat!! That would be great.

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  3. Rubydou "Rubydou" says:
    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    inconspicuous and effective training device, June 1, 2007
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    Rubydou “Rubydou” (Memphis Tn) –

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    very inconspicuous but very effective training device…has kept an 80 pound lab mix and 65 pound shepherd mix from running and jumping onto an antique glass entry door!(they’ve been doing this for years) Works like a charm and love the fact that you don’t need any plugs, cords and can use multiple collars at one time. It is nice to know that I may move this to any other area in my home without complications and begin training there!

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  4. audd says:
    33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    wow! amazing! don’t hesitate to buy this product we have a brand new dog, December 8, 2011
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    This review is from: Epica Remote Dog Training Collar Shock and Vibration for 2 Dogs Provides Safe but Annoying Static Stimulation with Ability to Shock or Vibrate Each Dog Separately (Misc.)

    I wondered if these reviews were real or hype. But I read one review in particular and i went ahead and bought it. We have a retriever chow rescue who is a great dog and wants to please.But with 7 acres and deer and hunters an electric fence was out of the question.So was the questionable 300.00 perimeter machine.We want him to have his freedom while we’re with him. collar arrived in 2 days.charged it in 2 hours and put it on next day. out in the yard for a walk around the property, just as the review i read said, the vibration alone got his attention.I have to add my husband was brave enough to try the LOW SHOCK and it was super powerful I wouldn’t try it after his reaction and we then said we’d never shock him on high.Walking near the back field he took off (he always comes back (WHEN HE’S READY BEING THE PROBLEM),but remember he’s a retriever)the low shock caused him to yelp and head back towards us following the COME command, but he spotted a deer and off he went, High shock was the only answer. My husband tried vibrate 1st,low shock 2nd then high…it wasn’t pleasant but he came right back yelping. The end folks, that’s all it took just 1 day. 10 days later and the command “come”from the very next day is all he needs to hear. We love freely playing with him outdoors and he just knows how far he can go within sight distance of us. We have a safe happy dog.Admittedly for the next couple days he was glued to our sides, we wondered if he’d been ruined, but he got over it. I may never, but thank God my husband was brave enough to use it. We love this collar. A very satisfied customer.btw he’s two and we were pleasantly and remarkably surprised at the range this nice size remote provided us with.

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  5. CAB says:
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product, December 11, 2011
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    This review is from: Epica Remote Dog Training Collar Shock and Vibration for 2 Dogs Provides Safe but Annoying Static Stimulation with Ability to Shock or Vibrate Each Dog Separately (Misc.)

    We have owned more expensive collars in the past. We use them to keep our dogs in our lawn while they are outside. These collars worked right away and the dogs respond to them quickly. The collars are different colors and the remote is simple and easy to use. I would highly recommend these collars to anyone. They work everybit as well as the highter priced ones. We paid 1/5 of what we have on other collars.

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  6. Emily Jones says:
    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Emily Jones, August 25, 2011
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    This review is from: Epica Remote Dog Training Collar Shock and Vibration for 2 Dogs Provides Safe but Annoying Static Stimulation with Ability to Shock or Vibrate Each Dog Separately (Misc.)

    I bought the Epica dog training collar for our two German shepperds. They are quite heady at times and bark at our neighbors. I started with the vibrating option which they promptly ignored. Next I used the first level of shock.
    That did the trick. Now I rarely need to use the shock . With just the vibrate they immediately become obedient.
    My friend has used a more expensive model , however the Epica seems to work as well and at times better than pricier options.

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