Extra Receiver Module for Sound Barrier and Wireless Sonic Fence. Want to restrict several different areas at once. Keep Fido out of the trash, off the couch and away from kitty's food all at the same time. Place a RSB-1 extra receiver in each restricted area.
Uses sound not shock
Require standard 9 volt alkaline battery (not included)
Works quickly and easily
Adjustable range up to 35 feet
Activated only by pets, not people
Lightweight and compact
Add extra receivers to protect an unlimited number of areas
Add extra collars to control an unlimited number of pets
Receivers may also be triggered by the Humane Contain model RX-10 electronic fence collar
“How does it work if I do not have to be around?”
asked by Victoria
"Hi Victoria, this item is meant to be placed in an area that you do not want your dog to be around, and when they are nearby the item is activated and uses a sound to push the dog away. The item is placed in an area and can be left there. This does require a 9V battery which is not included."
Erica from Wayfair
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