Is your yard larger than 3/4 of an acre? Get the extra coverage you need with the Stay & Play® Compact Wireless Fence Extra Transmitter to create a bigger play area for your dog.
Use this extra transmitter with your current compatible wireless fence system to create an additional 3/4-acre circular boundary area. An LCD display on the transmitter shows you the diameter of the boundary area making it easily adjustable. The LCD display also has warning indicators to tell you if there is an error with your dog’s fence.
This extra wireless fence transmitter is portable too. Pack this extra transmitter when you and your dog go camping in the RV, or bring it to the vacation rental, so your dog has a safe place to play wherever you travel together. Just make sure you place the transmitter indoors and have an outlet nearby for the transmitter. You’ll want to pack some training flags, too, so your dog can learn the boundary area at your vacation destination. This kit doesn’t come with an extra receiver collar, so make sure every pet in your family has their own compatible collar before heading out to play.
The Stay & Play® Compact Wireless Fence Extra Transmitter works with your existing Stay & Play® Compact Wireless Fence, Stay & Play® Wireless Fence for Stubborn Dogs, Stay & Play® Wireless Fence with Replaceable Battery Collar or Wireless Pet Containment System. Your dog deserves extra space for outdoor playtime. Trust PetSafe® to keep your pet healthy, safe and happy.
Use this extra wireless fence transmitter with your existing wireless fence transmitter to create a boundary in your yard larger than 3/4 acre or 210 feet in diameter. When using 2 wireless fence transmitters together, ensure that the wireless boundaries overlap by at least 30 feet. Visit our support site for more information about how to expand your pet’s wireless fence.
The transmitter is the source of the radio signal and will always be at the exact center of the pet area. It should be placed off the floor in your home, away from any large metal objects. You may need to move the transmitter a few times before you find the best spot.