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Hidden Fences
Owner’s Guide
Part 1
Performance Series
Hidden Fence
Rev F, February 2011
Thank You for Purchasing a
DogWatch Hidden Fence System!
®
It’s all about your dog.™ You’ve purchased the most technologically advanced
hidden fence available, thanks to our patented SafeLink® FM digital technology,
AutoMemory™, FastReact™ and other pet-friendly™ features.
Our extensive research and testing has resulted
in a product that will add value to your lifestyle —
you can enjoy your pet and know he’s safe.
We’re also pleased to provide you with a solution that’s cost-effective and has no
impact on the aesthetics of your property.
Because of our commitment to excellence and value,
Consumer Digest has rated us a “Best Buy” every year
since 1998.
DogWatch® offers you great flexibility. Not only can you
contain your dog in your yard, you can also keep him out of your garden or
swimming pool. DogWatch can also be attached to an existing fence to keep your
pet from jumping over or digging under it.
We also have indoor systems that work throughout your home. Keep your dog off
couches and countertops, out of doorways and rooms — you name it. Ask your
DogWatch Dealer for a solution to your indoor needs.
To assure that your DogWatch Hidden Fence works properly, please follow the
training procedures outlined in this manual. Any shortcuts may affect the
performance of the system and could be unsafe to your pet.
If you have any questions, please contact your local authorized DogWatch Dealer.
®
Surrounding Pets With Freedom Since 1990.™
Table Of Contents
Important Safeguards ...............................................................................................2
PT4 Transmitter Features ..........................................................................................3
R7 and R9 Receiver Collar Features ........................................................................5
Batteries
R7 and R9 Receiver Battery Insertion Instructions ......................................................7
Replacement Batteries and Battery Plans ....................................................................7
Resetting The Battery Reminder Feature......................................................................7
User Programmable Features ..................................................................................8
Receiver and Transmitter Settings............................................................................9
How the DogWatch Hidden Fence Works ..............................................................10
How the DogWatch Hidden Fence is Installed............................................................11
Important Reminders ..............................................................................................12
Containment Training
SEE PART 2 OF THE ONLINE OWNER’S GUIDE
Warranties
Warranty Registration
Manufacturer’s Warranty
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Important Safeguards
DOGWATCH STRONGLY RECOMMENDS THAT YOU REMOVE THE COLLAR
AT NIGHT WHILE YOUR DOG IS INSIDE
Please read all the literature included with your DogWatch® Hidden Fence before
turning the system on or beginning training.
Do not attempt to shortcut the complete training of your dog.
The DogWatch Hidden Fence is intended only for the purpose of containing
domestic dogs and cats. Use for any other purpose is at the system owner’s risk.
In the event your system requires servicing, please contact your local authorized
DogWatch Dealer. Attempting to service the system yourself may invalidate the
warranty.
The DogWatch Hidden Fence is recommended for dogs six (6) months or older.
Your Dealer will recommend if a puppy under 6 months old is ready.
Keep the collar and the transmitter out of the reach of children.
Never adjust the transmitter or receiver when your dog is wearing the collar.
DogWatch recommends that you unplug your transmitter from the wall outlet and
disconnect the loop wire during lightning storms or when it is left unused for
extended periods. This will prevent possible damage from lightning and powerline
surges.
This product is only intended for use with trained domestic dogs. If your dog is
aggressive or violent and could cause harm to itself or others outside the fenced
premises, you should take other measures to restrain your dog such as traditional
fencing.
To contact your local dealer, please call DogWatch at 800-793-3436
or go to our website at www.dogwatch.com.
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PT4 Transmitter Features
The transmitter sends a coded digital FM radio signal through the boundary wire. This
signal can be adjusted, allowing you to control the “hidden fence” around your property.
Rate
Switch
1
3
2
1
A
RATE
B
TRAINING MODE
ON
OFF
POWER
Power
On/Off
9
RANGE
10+
Hidden Fences
8
8
Training
Mode
7
Range
6
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DIGITAL FM DESIGN
4
2
PWR
2
Power Supply
P-PAK
GND
Performance Series PT4
3
4
PowerPak™
Ground Wire
LOOP
6
Loop
Monitor
Display
5
Loop Plug
Never adjust the transmitter while your dog is wearing the receiver collar.
1. Power On/Off: This switch gives you easy access to turn the transmitter on or off.
The red Power light on the front panel lets you know that it is operating.
2. Power Supply: The transmitter is powered through a power supply that is plugged
into a properly grounded 110 volt outlet. The adapter is plugged into the transmitter
jack labeled “PWR.”
3. PowerPak™: The optional battery back-up keeps the transmitter operating in the
event of a power failure. When transmitter is being powered by battery back-up, the
red power light will remain off. PowerPak plugs into the transmitter at “P-PAK”.
4. Ground Wire: The green ground wire is plugged into the transmitter at the location
labeled “GND.” The round connector on the green ground wire is attached under
the screw on the outlet faceplate. It will, however, only be effective if your outlet is
properly grounded. If you have any questions about having a properly grounded
outlet, consult your local electrician.
5. Loop Plug: Your system comes with zip cord with a plug on one end. This plug fits
into the hole marked “Loop” on the bottom of the transmitter. This is the beginning
of the boundary wire. Once your boundary wire has been properly installed and
plugged into the transmitter, the green Loop indicator light will turn on. If the
boundary wire is broken or the signal is interrupted, the Loop indicator light will go
out and an audible warning will sound. If the Loop light is out, consult your Dealer.
You should also check around your property for a visible broken wire.
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6. Loop Monitor Display (LMD): The Loop Monitor Display provides a visual
indication of the status of your boundary signal. On traditional boundary wire
configurations each number on the scale represents the boundary signal distance
in feet, that is being broadcast from each side of the wire. A significant change
(drop) in signal range could indicate a partial wire break or other boundary wire
problem. Contact your dealer for troubleshooting tips or to schedule an
appointment.
Note: For non-traditional wire configurations where the boundary wires may be
close to one another, the LMD may not measure the boundary signal accurately in
feet, but is a visual setting reference point. Your DogWatch dealer will explain the
LMD setting and your actual signal range.
7. Range: The radio signal is transmitted from the boundary wire in all directions. The
signal is adjusted by the range control on the transmitter to create a signal field on
each side of the wire. The recommended signal field width is 6-10 feet. Your
DogWatch Dealer will adjust the radio signal distance according to the personality
and traits of your dog. Consult your DogWatch Dealer first before making any
adjustments yourself.
Signal Field: The signal field has two areas. When your dog first enters the signal
field, he will receive an audible warning. If he continues further into the signal field,
he will receive a correction. The audible area is approximately the first 13% of the
total signal field. To prevent your dog from entering the signal field and remaining in
the audible area causing depletion of the battery, the receiver will transition from an
audible warning to a short warning correction after a period of 15 seconds. This will
activate regardless of the mode switch setting, but will not activate if the receiver is
in the “Audible Only” Training Level (see Phase 1: page 15).
8. Training Mode: The training mode switch allows you to choose between two pet
friendly training options: Basic (Mode A) and QuickAlertTM (Mode B). When in the
Basic setting, your pet will receive an audible warning followed by a correction. For
harder to train dogs, when set to QuickAlert, your pet will receive a very quick
“alert” correction followed by the normal audible warning and correction.
If you have multiple dogs on the system, when you set the training mode on the
transmitter, it will effect all receivers.
9. Rate: This adjusts to three levels (1 = slow, 2 = medium, 3 = fast). When your dog
gets a correction, he receives it in a series of pulses. Increasing the Rate means
that he will receive a greater number of pulses per second. The Rate feature
--operates when your Receiver Training Level is set to Level 1, 2, or 3.
See the Receiver Levels and Transmitter Settings chart on page 9.
Note: On the back of the transmitter are four small switches. These switches
set your transmitter to the correct broadcast frequency. Your dealer will set
these switches for your system.
Do NOT change these settings. They are for DEALER USE ONLY.
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R7 and R9 Receiver Features
The lightweight radio receiver worn by the dog identifies the coded FM radio signal from
the boundary wire. It creates an audible warning followed by stimulation if he comes too
close to the boundary wire. It operates on a replaceable battery and is waterproof when
the battery cap is securely fastened.
Adjustable
Collar
Contact
Posts
Metal Lock Washer
Collar Bone
Test Light
Contact Post Wrench
3.6 Volt Battery (R9)
Battery Cap Tool
Battery Cap
Magnet
Status Light
Training Level Adjustment Location
Adjustable Collar: Your receiver comes fitted to an adjustable nylon collar. The
collar should be positioned above the dog’s regular collar. The collar should be
adjusted to insure that the contact posts touch the skin on the dog’s neck. Check the
fit for the first few days of wear to insure that the collar is not too tight or causing
irritation to your pet’s neck. To help prevent irritation of the skin, we recommend
removing the collar at night while your pet is inside.
SafeLink® Digital FM Design: Our patented FM design allows the DogWatch
receiver to recognize and activate only to our unique radio signal. This protects your
pet from unintentional correction caused by stray radio signals which may be emitted
by other electronic devices.
AutoMemory™: Our patented AutoMemory feature automatically adjusts the
correction level of the receiver when your pet challenges the boundary. When the
receiver is set to one of the AutoMemory levels, and the dog enters the signal field,
the dog will receive the correction of the initial setting. If your dog leaves the signal
field, the receiver will automatically advance the correction level setting by one, and
only one level. If the dog does not re-enter the signal field within the next 24-hour
period, the receiver defaults to the original setting. The AutoMemory feature operates
when your Receiver Training Level is set to 4, 5, or 6.
FastReact™ Time: Whether your dog, strolls, runs or sprints into the Avoidance
Zone, the receiver will react — and correct — within 1/8 of a second (.125).
Automatic Shutdown: The DogWatch system is designed to protect your dog from
an over-correction in the unlikely event that your dog gets caught in the signal field. If
your dog does not exit the signal field, the receiver will automatically stop correcting
after 15 seconds — protecting your dog from over-correction. The receiver will
automatically reset once the dog leaves the signal field.
CollarBone: The CollarBone, metal lock washers and contact posts fasten the
receiver to the nylon collar.
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Contact Posts: The receiver comes with a set of contact posts. Your DogWatch
Dealer will determine the correct set based on your dog’s neck shape, coat, and skin
sensitivity. The posts must make contact with the skin in order for the dog to feel the
correction. In certain cases, your dealer may recommend clipping some of the hair
around the contact posts so that they can touch the skin more easily. Use care if you
find it necessary to tighten the contact posts with the collar wrench, as overtightening could cause damage to the receiver.
Antenna: The receiver’s omni-directional antenna design assures optimal reception
from the signal field.
Test Light: The test light allows you to test the receiver. Hold the test light over the
contact posts and carry the receiver into the signal field a few feet from the ground.
When the receiver picks up the signal from the boundary wire, the audible warning
will sound and the test light will come on when you enter the correction zone.
Status Light The light continuously monitors your receiver
and provides these features.
Start-Up When you first insert the battery into your
receiver, the status light will flash red and green. This
indicates that the receiver has started properly. Once
started, the status light will continue to flash green
once every 30 seconds indicating normal operation.
In the event that the light does not flash, check the
battery to be sure that it has been inserted properly.
Using the Test Light
Training Level Indicator When programming the
training level of your receiver (see page 8), the status
light will flash green in conjunction with audible beeps.
The number of flashes/beeps will equal the training
level you have chosen.
Signal Field Indicator When testing the receiver in the
signal field, the status light will flash green when the
receiver is in the audible zone and will flash red and
green when the receiver is in the correction zone.
Correction Alert You will be able to tell if your pet has
tested the boundary by looking at the status light. The
status light will double flash green every 30 seconds
during the 24-hour period after the dog has entered the
boundary area.
Battery Indicator This feature monitors the voltage
level of the battery. Once the receiver detects that the
battery has reached a low voltage level, the status light
will change from the normal blinking “green” every 30
seconds to blinking “red” every 10 seconds. This
indicates that your battery is close to the end of its
useful life and you should change the battery within the
next 3-4 days.
The R7 Status Light
The R9 Status Light
See page 7 for how to change your battery and reset your receiver.
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Batteries
IMPORTANT: The use of any battery other than a battery authorized by DogWatch Inc. can
cause erratic operation of the Receiver or could cause permanent damage. The use of any
unauthorized battery will void the warranty on the receiver.
Battery Insertion Instructions
R7 Battery: The R7 receiver is powered by a 3 volt (1/3 N) lithium battery. The
receiver is designed for a battery life of up to 6 months. The negative (-) end of the
battery must be inserted down.
R9 Battery: The R9 battery is powered by a 3.6 volt lithium battery. The receiver is
designed for a battery life of up to two years. The positive (+) end of the battery
must be inserted down.
Insert R7 battery NEGATIVE end down.
Insert R9 battery POSITIVE end down.
Battery Plans
Ask your DogWatch Dealer about a battery plan. If your DogWatch Dealer does not
offer a battery plan, you can join the DogWatch Battery Program, where a new
battery is mailed to you every 6 or 24 months, depending on the type of receiver
you own. Call DogWatch at 800-793-3436 or join through the website at
www.dogwatch.com.
Resetting the Low Battery Light
1. Remove the old battery.
2. Before inserting a new battery, let the receiver sit for five minutes with no
battery.
3. After five minutes, insert the new battery.
If you forget to wait prior to inserting a new battery, the “low battery” light will
continue to blink red until it automatically resets itself after 24 hours.
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Programmable Features
You can customize the receiver to one of 20 training settings, as outlined in the chart on
the right.
SETTING THE TRANSMITTER
Rates The Transmitter Rate switch adjusts to three settings: (1 = slow, 2 = medium,
3 = fast). When your dog gets a correction, he receives it in a series of pulses per
second. Increasing the rate means that he will receive a greater number of pulses per
second. Rate 1 is the slowest pulse rate per second; 3 is the fastest.
Training Modes The Training Mode switch allows you to choose between two
training options: Basic (Mode A) and QuickAlertTM (Mode B). When in the Basic setting
your pet will receive an audible warning followed by a correction. For harder to train
dogs, when set to the QuickAlert mode, your pet will receive a very quick “alert”
correction followed by the normal audible warning and correction.
SETTING THE RECEIVER
Receiver Training Levels Your receiver provides eight ‘training levels’ that allow you
to customize the receiver setting to your dog’s individual needs: Audible Only, Level 1
(extra low), Level 2 (low), Level 3 (low medium), Level 4 (medium), Level 5 (medium
high), Level 6 (high), and Level 7 (extra high). When the receiver is first shipped from
the manufacturer, it will automatically be set to Training Level 2 (low).
Changing the Receiver Settings Your Dogwatch Dealer will start the training on the
appropriate level according to your dog’s personality and traits. If you need to change
the training level on the receiver, hold the magnet on your ‘multi-tool’ to the traning
level adjustment location on the side of the receiver (see below). Hold the magnet
steady and you will hear a series of beeps that indicate the current training level. The
“Audible Only” level is one long beep, Level 1 is one short beep, Level 2 is two short
beeps, Level 3 is three short beeps, etc. The training level will continue to advance
while the magnet is held in position. When you reach the desired setting, pull the
magnet away from the receiver. The receiver is now set.
Note: Any time the magnet activates the receiver, the number of beeps will indicate
the current training level. As long as the magnet is held in place, it will advance the
receiver to the next training level and continue to cycle through the settings in the
order shown in the chart on Page 9.
Using the magnet to set the
training level on the R7 Receiver
Using the magnet to set the
training level on the R9 Receiver
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Receiver Levels and Transmitter Settings
RECEIVER
TRAINING
LEVELS
T R A N S M I T T E R M O D E A N D R AT E S E T T I N G S
Mode A
Mode A
Mode A
Mode B
Rate 2
Rate 3
QuickAlertTM
Rate 1
Audible Only
Transmitter Rate Fixed at Medium
(extra low) 1
Slow
Medium
Fast
Slow
(low) 2
Slow
Medium
Fast
Medium
(low medium) 3
Slow
Medium
Fast
(medium) 4
(medium high) 5
(high) 6
(extra high) 7
Fast
Fast
Fast
X-Fast
X-Fast
XX-Fast
XX-Fast
}
AutoMemoryTM
self activates
and advances
to the next level.
Audible and XXX Fast Correction are Simultaneous
For example: If the receiver is on Level 1 and the transmitter is on Rate 1, your dog will receive the
lowest level of correction and the least number of pulses per second.
Please remember that if your Receiver Level is set to 1, 2, or 3 and you switch the Training Mode to
QuickAlert (Mode B), your training setting may change. For example, if the receiver is set to Level 3 and
the transmitter is set to Rate 1, your dog will receive a slow correction. If you switch your Training Mode
to QuickAlert, your dog will now receive a fast correction.
Handy Programming Tips
Recommended Settings: The majority of dogs respond well to transmitter Rate
Setting 2 or 3 and a receiver Training Level 3, 4 or 5. Sensitive or small dogs that train
easily respond best to lower rate settings and lower training levels. If your dog is not
responding to training, your DogWatch Dealer will adjust your system to a higher
training level.
If Your Dog Is Hard To Train: Training Levels 5, 6 and 7 of your receivers are
specifically designed to meet the needs of hard to train or stubborn dogs. These
setting will provide the extra correction that some dogs need as part of their training.
Multiple Dogs: Our receivers allow you to select Audible Only as your Training Level
setting on each individual receiver — allowing you to conduct training with one dog
while the other is still protected with the correction feature enabled. It is recommended
that the Audible Only setting be used only during supervised training sessions.
*** IMPORTANT ***
Never change the Receiver Training Levels when your dog is wearing the collar.
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How the DogWatch Hidden Fence Works
The boundary wire creates the perimeter for the DogWatch Hidden Fence System, and can
enclose any area up to 200 acres. It is buried at least 3 – 4” beneath the surface of the yard
or can lie on top of the ground (e.g.: in wooded or rocky areas). It can also be installed
around gardens or swimming pools, or attached to an existing fence to prevent your dog
from digging under or jumping over it.
Twisted Wire
Transmitter
& Surge
Protector
Boundary Wire
Signal Field
Garden Loop
Boundary Wire: The boundary wire carries the coded FM radio signal around the
perimeter of your property. It is rated for underground burial.
Signal Field: The radio signal is transmitted from the boundary wire in all directions. It
can be used to keep dogs in or out of an area. The signal is adjusted by the Range
Control on the Transmitter to create a signal field on each side of the wire. Your Dealer
has installed the wire to the recommended width of 8-10 feet and has carefully
configured the corners to avoid sharp angles.
Continuous Loop: In order for the system to work properly, the boundary wire must
form a continuous loop. Any break in the wire will cancel the signal field. If the
boundary wire is broken or unplugged, the green Loop Monitor Display (LMD) light
will go out and an audible warning will sound. Most breaks are caused by lawn/garden
equipment. If you cannot visibly locate the break, contact your Authorized Dealer for
service.
Surge Protector: For maximum protection against power surges, DogWatch offers
both internal an external surge protection. It is important that the surge protector be
properly grounded. This part of the system protects the transmitter from damage due
to lightning power surges. Your Dealer has attached it to the existing electrical source
house ground or a grounding rod and then connected it to the twisted wire between
the transmitter and the boundary wire.
After a lightning storm, check to be sure your transmitter is working properly.
Do not let your dog outside until you know the system is operating.
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How The DogWatch Hidden Fence is Installed
Transmitter
Inside Wall
Outside Wall
Hidden Fences
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Zip Cord
PowerPak
(optional)
Surge
Protector
Ground Wire
Ground Wire
Power
Supply
Ground
Rod
Boundary Wire
Twisted Wire
DogWatch Performance Series System Components
• PT4 Transmitter
• Receiver (choice of R9 or R7)
• Adjustable Collar Strap
• Contact Posts (2)
• Lock Washers (2)
• Collar Bone
• Multi-Tool
• Battery
•
•
•
•
Magnet
Test Light
Contact Post Wrench
Battery Cap Tool
• Surge Protector
• Training Leash
• Power Supply (for Transmitter)
• PowerPakTM (optional)
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Important Reminders
Keep the transmitter and receiver collar out of reach of children.
Never attempt to service the receiver or transmitter yourself.
Be sure your transmitter and surge protector are properly grounded.
Fit the collar snugly around your dog’s neck.
Make sure that battery is fresh and is inserted correctly.
Train your dog as outlined in this manual.
Never adjust the transmitter or receiver while your dog is wearing the receiver collar.
Troubleshooting
If your dog is not staying within the boundary created by the DogWatch® Hidden Fence
System, check the following:
Did you and your dog complete the 6-Phase training program?
Is the battery in the receiver collar depleted?
Is the battery installed properly? .
Is the receiver collar too loose?
Is the receiver operating properly?
Is the transmitter on and adjusted properly?
Is the signal field too narrow?
Is the Rate level too low?
Is the Training Mode switch in the proper position?
Is the boundary wire unplugged?
Is the boundary wire broken?
Other troubleshooting tips are available on line at www.dogwatch.com. If you are
unable to determine the cause of the problem, please contact your Authorized Dealer.
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Warranties
Warranty Registration
Your Warranty Registration must be complete for your warranty to be activated.
You can complete your warranty registration online at www.dogwatch.com
(in the Customer Service section), or you may fill out the enclosed Warranty
Registration card and mail back to DogWatch within seven (7) days.
Manufacturer’s Warranty
1. WARRANTY: DogWatch Inc., subject to the terms and conditions set forth hereunder, hereby warrants that
it will repair or replace, at its own discretion, without charge for parts or labor, the Product or any part thereof
(other than insulated wire) which is found by DogWatch Inc. to be defective by reason of improper
workmanship and/or materials for the warranty period from the original date of sale hereunder. Warranty
claims may be subject to dealer service charges when applicable and/or manufacturer shipping and
handling charges. Except for the express warranty stated above, DogWatch inc. disclaims all express and
implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. As a condition of this warranty,
Customer must:
(a) complete warranty registration on line at www.dogwatch.com, or mail the warranty card provided with
the product to DogWatch Inc, 10 Michigan Drive, Natick, MA 01760, (800) 793-3436 within seven (7) days
after purchase hereunder;
(b) notify DogWatch Inc. within the warranty period after the purchase hereunder of a claimed defect, and
(c) mail product back, insurance and postage prepaid, to DogWatch Inc. at the address above.
Dogwatch Inc.’s sole liability under this warranty will be to repair or replace, at its option, any product or part
which Dogwatch Inc. determines to be defective. In no event will Dogwatch Inc. be liable for any special,
indirect, or consequential damages arising out of the purchase or use of the product. In no event shall
DogWatch Inc.’s liability exceed the purchase price of the product.
D O G WAT C H P R O D U C T WA R R A N T Y
TRANSMITTER
Manufacturer
Dealer-Installed*
RECEIVER
Manufacturer
PT4
3 Years
Lifetime
R7 & R9
Lifetime†
System 1200
3 Years
Lifetime
R12 & R12m
Lifetime†
PowerPak
1 Year
1 Year
† Includes dog chews
2. *DEALER-INSTALLED WARRANTY: Any Performance Series or System 1200 transmitter installed by an
authorized dealer, equipped with a DogWatch Lightning Surge Protector and grounded to Dogwatch Inc.
specifications, will be warrantied for as long as the original owner owns the system. For this additional
coverage to be in effect, the installing Dealer and Customer must sign the Customer Order Form and forward
it to DogWatch within seven (7) days of purchase.
3. INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE: Dealer shall, for a non-refundable installation fee, install the
Product in accordance with DogWatch Inc.’s installation manual. In no event shall Dealer or DogWatch Inc. be
responsible for damage to underground pipes, wires, lines, or other items, nor shall Dealer or DogWatch Inc.
be responsible for restoring Customer’s premises to its original condition.
4. WARNING: YOU MUST TRAIN YOUR DOG IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TRAINING MANUAL FOR THIS
SYSTEM TO BE EFFECTIVE. THE SYSTEM IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE WITH DOGS WITH A HISTORY OF
AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR. BY SIGNING THE DEALER ORDER FORM, CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT
THEIR DOG(S) HAVE NO SUCH HISTORY. THE PRODUCT WILL NOT KEEP ALL DOGS WITHIN THE
FENCED PREMISES IN ALL INSTANCES. IF CUSTOMER’S DOG(S) COULD CAUSE HARM TO ITSELF OR
OTHERS INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE FENCED PREMISES, CUSTOMER SHOULD TAKE ADDITIONAL
MEASURES TO RESTRAIN THE DOG(S).
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To find your local DogWatch Dealer, please contact
Customer Service at 800-793-3436, x622 or visit the DogWatch website at
www.dogwatch.com and click on “Locate a Dealer.”
DogWatch, DogWatch logos, Performance Series, and SafeLink are registered trademarks of DogWatch Inc.
FastReact, AutoMemory, Pet-Friendly, PowerPak, Scoot, GroundsKeeper, HouseKeeper, It’s All About Your
Dog, Surrounding Pets With Freedom Since 1990 and Simply The Best... No Getting Around It are trademarks
of DogWatch Inc.
The Consumers Digest logo and Best Buy Seal are registered trademarks of Consumers Digest and used
under license.
DogWatch products are protected under U.S. Patent numbers:
5,353,744; 5,465,687; 6,079,367; 6,360,698; 6,467,435; 6,575,120; 6,825,768 and D,491,481.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
DogWatch products are lead-free and compliant with the Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) initiative.
©2011 DogWatch Inc. All rights reserved. 295001 Rev. F 07-11
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