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Electronic Pet Training Mat 30.5 x 152.5 cm

Electronic Pet Training Mat 30.5 x 152.5 cm
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Price: NZ$46.00
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Model: PetTrainMat
This Pet Training Mat uses a harmless static pulse to keep your pets away from unwanted areas. It can be used on furniture, countertops, doorways and even window sills. The mats come with 3 levels of correction so you can adjust the strength for timid, average or stubborn pets.


* Use the mat to train your dog or cat to stay off furniture, countertops and other areas of the home that you want to protect

* CE approved, safe to use

* Powered by a 9V battery (NOT included), low-voltage battery-operated system can be used anywhere indoors

* This clear, flexible PVC mat easily rolls up for easy storage

* The mat features low, medium and high levels of adjustable static correction, it works for most size dogs and cats

How to Use:
1. Install a 9V battery correctly. (NOT included)
2. Long press the power button about 3 seconds until the LED indicator lights up to turn it on.
3. Short press the power button to adjust the strength grade.
4. Long press the power button about 3 seconds until you hear the beeps more than 5 times to turn it off. If you hold it too long, it would be turn on again.


* Condition: Brand New

* Material: PVC

* Color: As pictures shown

* Power Supply: 1 x 9V battery(Not Included)

* Product Size: Approx. 30.5 x 152.5 cm /12 x 60inch

* Net Weight: Approx. 0.42kg

* Package Size: Approx. 30.5 x 9 x 5cm(L x W x H)

* Gross Weight: Approx. 0.477g


1 x Electronic Pet Mat
1 x User Manual

Usually the low shock level is for cats and small dogs, the medium and high shock levels are for large dogs.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 02 July, 2019.

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