The fast, easy way to keep your dog home, safe and well-behaved!The Smart Dog Basic Contain 'N' Train System can be quickly installed using common household tools. When installed, it provides a humane and effective way to keep your dog in the yard and out of areas that you want to keep pet free.With Contain 'N' Train technology, you can reinforce basic commands from up to 150 yards away. You can even use the hand-held transmitter for behavior control outside of your containment boundaries!Run-through prevention offers secure, reliable containment.Warning tone as dog approaches boundary for faster training.Hand-held transmitter with 150 yard range.Four stimulation levels and two separate tones--good tone for praise; bad tone for reminders.Water-resistant collar with user-replaceable batteries.Can be expanded for yards up to 5 acresKit includes 500' of insulated boundary wire for up to 1/2 acre of coverage, wall-mount transmitter, hand-held transmitter, collar, training flags, hardware kit and free Professional Training Support Hotline.
Quick Start GuideStep 1: Design Your FenceHave the local utility companies mark your underground lines. On a sheet of paper, draw your house and yard. Draw a line around your property that represents the containment area for your dog.Step 2: Install the Wall-Mount TransmitterMost people find that the inside of an exterior wall of a garage or basement is ideal. From the sample layouts included, you can see the twisted wire running from the house attaches directly to the transmitter.Step 3: Layout the Fence WireRun the containment wire around the property as outlined in your plan.Step 4: Final ConnectionsSplice the containment loop wires to the twisted wire using the supplied waterproof splices. Connect the other end of the twisted wire to the wall-mount transmitter. Plug the AC adapter, connect it to the transmitter and turn it on. The red light should illuminate on the transmitter indicating a successful loop.Step 5: Power UpFor all systems, install batteries positive side out. For Contain 'N' Train systems, please refer to the "Match Receiver" section of the guide.Step 6: Test Your FenceSet your Field Width Alignment Knob to the nine o'clock position. Using the supplied test light, walk the dog's collar up to the fence wire. Note: For Contain 'N' Train System collar must be set to containment. Listen for the warning tone and look for the test light to light. Try a number of different places around the fenced area, in order to verify the range is consistent.Step 7: Bury Fence WireDig the trench three inches deep with a flat edge spade. Or, it is faster to use a gas-powered edger. Digging the trench at an angle helps keep the wire in the ground as you place it. Place flags at edge of selected boundary field, where the warning tone is first heard not at the wire.Train Your DogWatch the training video and follow the training steps outlined in the separate Training and Troubleshooting Guide. You may see your dog respond immediately to the training, however continue to follow the enclosed Training Guide to fully train your dog. The convenience that your new fence offers plus the added safety for your dog are well worth the time invested.Important AdviceRead the complete manual and follow all directions. This includes the Training & Troubleshooting Guide. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-826-5527.This device is intended for use only on dogs. Never attempt to use it for any purpose not described in the manual.Never perform set-up procedures while the collar is on your dog.Any collar worn for extended periods can cause a condition similar to bedsores, know as pressure necrosis. To reduce the possibility, you must do the following:Never leave the collar on the dog for more than 12 hours per day.Check the fit to prevent excessive pressure; you should be able to insert one finger between the collar strap and your dog's skin.Examine the dog's neck daily for any signs of a rash or a sore.Wash the dog's neck area and the probes of the collar weekly with a damp cloth.If the condition persists beyond 24 hours, see your veterinarian.Always use the rubber insulators between the collar strap and probes to provide insulation in damp conditions.Other collars and metal tags should be removed as they may interfere with proper operation.Do not attempt to dismantle or repair any components of this system; doing so will void the warranty in full. The computerized circuitry should be serviced only by an authorized expert.Realize that because dogs have unique temperaments, there is no way of knowing how your dog will react to the introduction of a training collar system. For the safety of your dog, a long lead should be used during initial training so you have control of the situation.If you have reason to believe that your dog may pose a danger to others, harm itself, or react adversely to the collar, do not rely solely on this product to train your dog. If your dog shows signs of growling, snarling, or biting while using the collar, stop immediately. Aggression in dogs has many causes. Innotek recommends that you consult a knowledgeable professional dog trainer or animal behaviorist with experience with aggressive dogs if your dog has shown any of these characteristics.Occasionally, a dog cannot be trained to respond to a training collar. Sometimes even a properly trained dog may disobey a command. Therefore, Invisible Technologies, Inc., its distributors, and dealers cannot guarantee the customer's animal from disobeying commands.Free Professional Training SupportAdditional behavior or training issues? Looking for the best way to get a well-behaved dog? Just call the Innotek Free Professional Training Support hotline at 1-800-364-3362 and speak with the professionals at Dogstar Training.Smart Dog In-Ground Pet Fencing SystemModels SD-2000, SD-2050, SD-3000, SD-3100The Collar ReceiverThe collar receiver is attached to a nylon collar strap that your dog will wear. The collar receiver administers the warning tone and correction should your dog attempt to leave the yard.Fitting the Collar on Your DogThe collar strap should fit snugly toward the top of your dog's neck with the collar receiver box on the bottom of the neck. You should be able to get one finger between the collar strap and your dog's neck. The contact points must make contact with the dog's skin for proper operation. A little hair thinning may be required.Important Notes:Always use the rubber insulators and the collar strap. They provide insulation in damp conditions and keep the collar receiver secure.A small amount of hair thinning or removal makes contact with the dog's skin easier.This product is recommended for dogs six months of age and older.Occasionally, check the tightness of the receiver probes to ensure the receiver does not fall off of the collar. Lost collars are not covered under your warranty.The Hand-Held Transmitter (SD-3000, 3100 only)The transmitter has four preset levels of stimulation. Button 1 delivers the mildest level and button 4 the most intense. The collars will stimulate for as long as you hold the button down (ten seconds max).When your system is set to the dual Contain and Train mode, the collar has a fence release mode. If you press and hold the PROGRAM button, you will hear a tone coming from the collar. The fence will be disabled for 20 seconds before resuming normal function.SD-3000 onlyThe GOOD tone and BAD tone buttons are located on the front of the transmitter. When the GOOD button is pressed a reward tone sounds and can be followed up with praise or treats to reinforce the proper behavior. The BAD button is pushed to warn the pet prior to using any of the stimulation buttons.Operating Modes (SD-3000 & SD-3100 Only)Your Contain 'N' Train System can operate in three different modes. These different modes are indicated by the light status on the collar receiver.Containment Mode Only: No LightThe collar will only work with the containment portion of your system. This is the default mode after batteries are installed. To conserve battery life, it is best to keep the collar in containment mode only when the training system is not in use.Training Mode Only: Green Blinking LightThe collar will only respond to the hand-held training transmitter.Contain and Train Mode: Alternating Red and Green LightsThis mode enables both the training and containment functions of your system.Low battery status is indicated by a slow red blinking light. New batteries
Innotek Smart Dog Basic Contain 'N' Train
Model: Model SD-3000