Place flags approximately 10 feet apart to remind your pet of his off-limits area. Between days 15 and 30, you will be monitoring your pet's progress. After you are satisfied your pet's training is complete, remove every other Boundary Flag every 4 days until all flags are removed. In about a month, your lawn will be free of training flags and your pet will know his limits.
Extra boundary flags for training your pet to use an in-ground or wireless fence and expanding containment area, provides a visual reference
Place the boundary flag in the ground every 10 feet near the warning zones
When you are satisfied that your pet has mastered training, remove every other boundary flag every 4 days until all flags are removed
Recommended to keep a flag or two in your yard to let neighbors and passerby know that your pet is securely contained
Place flags approximately 10 feet apart to remind your pet of his off-limits area. Between days 15 and 30, you will be monitoring your pet's progress. After you are satisfied your pet's training is complete, remove every other Boundary Flag every 4 days until all flags are removed. In about a month, your lawn will be free of training flags and your pet will know his limits. We recommend keeping a flag or two in your yard to let neighbors and passerby know that your pet is securely contained.
I ordered two sets of these. One set was metal stems and the other was plastic stems. The plastic stems were junk. They just do not go into the ground well and break off easily. Disappointing because these flags were not the same quality.
on Apr 6, 2018
Just wanted to point out that in other reviews it was stated that these are plastic stakes that make it hard to put in the ground. When mine came they were not plastic but metal. Great product.
Just what we needed
on Jun 6, 2018
perfect sturdy flags. perfect for training our Boxer
on Oct 8, 2017
I got a new puppy and have to train the pet fence area. When I originally got the fence 15 years ago, the flags had a wire stem. Im not sure why Pet Safe changed this as they are hard to get into the ground, they are made of plastic now. I just took a chisel to make a hole in the ground and slipped these in. For the price you cant complain and was no biggie doing it this way, it serves the purpose and is only in the ground until your dog learns the area.
on Oct 2, 2017
I got these flags to mark dog droppings in my yard so my kids could go around and scoop the poop. Great in theory, but my puppy thinks they are a toy and bounds after them pulls them up and chews them. haha - so....while they work fine - be aware if you're getting them for the same reason. It may require some training so your dog leaves them alone.
Great price and fast
on May 27, 2017
Exactly what I need and shipping was reasonably priced and fast.
on Jul 26, 2016
I had about 10 flags left from when I bought some in 2000 with my radio fence and what a difference! Those are made of metal and stick in the ground with ease. These new ones are like skinny straws and bend and break when you try to stick them in the ground
Helped with electric fence training
on Mar 15, 2016
These flags really helped with electric fence training for our dog. We set them up, 1 every 5 feet apart. As training ensued, we gradually decreased the number of flags until they were gone and the dog was comfortable with where the line is.