Double the dogs means double the worry, unless you know everyone is playing safe and sound, right where they should be. The PetSafe Deluxe In-Ground UltraLight Receiver Collar lets you add an extra pup to the mix and keep her safe by providing 4 levels of adjustable static correction whenever she wanders where she shouldn't. The UltraLight Receiver Collar is compatible with all PetSafe In-Ground fences.
Lightweight color weighs only 2.5 ounces and is for dogs 8 pounds and up.
4 levels of static correction to match the sensitivity of your pet plus tone-only mode for training.
Uses PetSafe RFA-67 battery (included).
Compatible with PetSafe in-ground fences except UltraSmart® Rechargeable In-Ground Fence™ (PIG00-13619) and YardMax® Rechargeable In-Ground Fence™ (PIG00-11115).
Includes: adjustable nylon collar, battery, short contact points and operating guide.
Avoid leaving the collar on for more than 12 hours a day. Please refer to packaged instructions for additional details.
Check battery to make sure it is installed properly.
Check that both lights are lit on the Fence Transmitter. If not, perform the “System Test” (page 27).
The Receiver Collar is beeping, but the pet is not responding to the Static Correction.
Test the Receiver Collar with the Test Light walking toward the Boundary Wire.
If the Test Light flashes, check the fit of the Receiver Collar.
Trim your pet’s fur where the Contact Points touch the neck and/or switch to the longer Contact Points.
Increase the Static Correction Level.
Repeat training steps to reinforce training.
The Receiver Collar has to be held on top of the Boundary Wire to activate.
Adjust Boundary Width Control knob clockwise to increase the distance from the Boundary Wire that the Receiver Collar activates. Verify the Boundary Control Switch is placed at the proper setting according to the amount of Boundary Wire used. (See Step 6)
If using a Double Loop, make sure Boundary Wires are separated at least 5 feet.
If the Receiver Collar still has to be held on top of the Boundary Wire, perform the “System Test” (page 27).
The Receiver Collar activates inside the house.
Turn the Boundary Width Control knob counterclockwise to decrease the distance from the Boundary Wire that the Receiver Collar activates.
Make sure the Boundary Wire is not running within 15 feet of the house. The signal can transmit through the walls of your house.
Make sure Boundary Wires are twisted from Boundary to the Fence Transmitter.
The Receiver LED Indicator Light is flashing every 4 to 5 seconds and I have just installed a new battery.
To reset the low battery indicator, remove the battery from the Receiver Collar. Discharge all power by holding the correction level button down until the LED is no longer illuminated. Reinstall battery.
I have an inconsistent signal.
Make sure Fence Transmitter is at least 3 feet from large metal objects or appliances.
Make sure all Boundary Wire turns are gradual with a minimum 3 foot radius.
Make sure the Boundary Wire is not running parallel to and within 10 feet of electrical wires, neighboring containment systems, telephone wires, television or antenna cables, or satellite dishes.
If a neighboring containment system may be causing an inconsistent signal, move the Boundary Wire farther away from the neighboring containment system.
The Power and Loop Indicator Lights are off.
Check that the Power Adapter is plugged into the Fence Transmitter.
Check that the Power Adapter is plugged in properly.
If the system is plugged into a GFCI or RCD outlet, check to see if the circuit has been tripped. Reset the GFCI or RCD circuit if required.
Verify that the outlet is working properly by plugging in a known working item such as a radio.
Try plugging into another 120-volt outlet.
If the lights still do not come on, the Fence Transmitter and/or Power Adapter needs to be replaced. Contact the Customer Care Center.
If a Surge Protector is installed, unplug the Surge Protector and plug the power adapter directly into the outlet. If the Transmitter operates without the Surge Protector, contact the Customer Care Center for a replacement Surge Protector.
The Power Light is on, the Loop Indicator Light is off, and the Fence Transmitter loop alarm is sounding.
Check Boundary Wire connections at the Fence Transmitter for proper connection.
Check for broken or damaged Boundary Wires at outside entry to the house.
Perform the “System Test” (page 27) to determine if the Fence Transmitter or Surge Protector needs to be replaced.
If the Fence Transmitter is functioning properly, you have a break in your Boundary Wire. See the “Wire Break Location Test” (page 28) section in this guide.
The proper fit and placement of your receiver collar is important for effective training. The contact points must have direct contact with your pets skin on the underside of their neck.
Make sure the receiver collar is turned off.
Start with your pet standing comfortably.
Center the contact points underneath your pets neck, touching the skin. If your pet has a long or thick coat, consider using the long contact points to reach through the fur. These can be purchased online or from our Customer Care Center. Note: It is sometimes necessary to trim the hair around the contact points to make sure that contact is consistent.
Check the tightness of the receiver collar by inserting one finger between the end of a contact point and your pets neck. The fit should be snug but not constricting.
Allow your pet to wear the collar for several minutes then recheck the fit. Check the fit again as your pet becomes more comfortable with the receiver collar.
If you'd like to to trim the collar strap, mark the desired length of the receiver collar with a pen. Allow for growth if your pet is young or grows a thick winter coat. Remove the receiver collar from your pet and cut off the excess. If your receiver has a nylon strap, seal the edge of the cut collar by applying a flame along the frayed edge.
If your collar is a QuickFit collar, it is designed so you can quickly attach and remove the Receiver Collar from your pet while maintaining the desired fit.
With the Snap Buckle fastened, thread the collar through the Metal Buckle.
Slide the excess collar through the “C” Loop on top of the Snap Buckle. This will hold the excess collar in place.
Once the collar fit is determined, use the Snap Buckle to remove and replace the collar.
Replacing the Receiver on a New Collar Strap
Slide the receiver off the old strap.
Slide the receiver on the new strap.
Adjust the slide buckle so the collar won't become loose around your pet’s neck.
Make sure the ridges are facing up or the collar may slip.
Doesn’t work at all, the light indicates it should work properly but it doesn’t beep a warning or shock when my dog goes outside of boundaries, my pup got out of our yard and nipped a stranger thanks to this price of garbage
on Nov 15, 2021
Collar is a good price and was on sale when I got it when we moved. The fence and collar system works great for our guy. Even with a thick coat and being a bigger GSD. Keeps him safe & happy
on Nov 7, 2021
I called chewy to return a pet safe collar I bought due to it not properly working. No questions asked sent me another petsafe collar. Thank you for making my life easier!
thanks to the LADY
on May 21, 2020
To the charming LADY that helped me with my order (294132389) I want to
say thank you several times over. It was a pleasure to speak to someone over the phone who understood me and I could actually comprehend every word she said. I have never used Chewy before I ordered my in ground fence system. But I shall keep your name at the top of my list now.
My dog developed throat cancer
on May 27, 2020
I used PetSafe electronic collars for years, thinking I was protecting our dogs. Little did I know they have been linked to lymphoma and other aggressive cancers that are mysteriously originating directly under the contact points. My beautiful weim Willy developed a cough, and acted as if he had an obstruction in his throat for two days. He had just been to the vet and was given a clean bill of health, so I thought perhaps he had picked up kennel cough. I took him back in, and they determined x-rays were needed. Hours later, they notified me that he had a lesion in his throat the size of a racquetball. It had grown rapidly, and was almost completely obstructing his breathing. We picked him upI used PetSafe electronic collars for years, thinking I was protecting our dogs. Little did I know they have been linked to lymphoma and other aggressive cancers that are mysteriously originating directly under the contact points. My beautiful weim Willy developed a cough, and acted as if he had an obstruction in his throat for two days. He had just been to the vet and was given a clean bill of health, so I thought perhaps he had picked up kennel cough. I took him back in, and they determined x-rays were needed. Hours later, they notified me that he had a lesion in his throat the size of a racquetball. It had grown rapidly, and was almost completely obstructing his breathing. We picked him up and ran him to an emergency veterinary surgeon who prepared us for the worst. He performed a risky intubation and endoscopic assessment. We were hoping something was lodged in his throat, but were told it was extremely aggressive, inoperable cancer originating on his larynx. It had spread over 2/3 of his throat, and was encroaching his nasal passages, esophagus, and chest. Unfortunately, these cancers also do not respond to radiation or chemotherapy. We were unable to even bring him home, as he would only have lived a few short days. We are still in shock and are searching for an explanation. As I was looking at photos, I saw the electronic collar he had worn for 8 years. I had forgotten about it, as we had installed a more suitable fence a year ago. We had been searching for some explanation, and it was like a punch in the stomach. I looked up shock collar throat cancer and found a forum with dozens of dog owners who shared similar stories. People who purchased these collars to protect their dogs have discovered tumors right where the prongs come in contact with the skin... in young dogs, old dogs, regardless of breed, size or stature are finding cancer in otherwise healthy dogs. While this is clearly not definitive scientific evidence, it is certainly enough for any animal lover to start seeking answers. I would hope, being in the pet industry, that you fall into this category. Please devote the necessary resources to studying the effects of these collars on our beloved family members. Our time with them is already too short.… more
Great!!!! Keeps them in
on Jan 24, 2020
I’m so glad I invested the purchase of the fence and collars!! Been a true blessing, knowing they are safe at all times and not being so bad and getting out and getting into trouble!! I do have to have it set rather high (4) for they are over 60 lbs. highly recommended!!!!!
DO not waste money on replacement collar
on May 17, 2020
The replacement collar does not work. Big waste of money and time.
Not worth it
on Apr 9, 2020
It doesn't work with the system even though it's supposed to now I'm stuck with it.
Works great then it doesn't
on Sep 25, 2019
Worked for a little over a year then would no longer work. Only under warranty for a year so we are out of luck. Collar part is flimsy and I had to make a stronger one only after a few months. Works good until one day it doesn't.
Read small print
on Nov 29, 2019
In small print at bottom it says not compatible with wireless fence I bought 2 so I’m stuck with them