Compare Perimeter vs. PetSafe Basic Electric Dog Fences

What’s the difference between Perimeter Comfort Contact Fencing and PetSafe Basic In-ground Fence (PIG00-14582)? See how our editors compare the two companies below.
Last Updated: January 09, 2018
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Perimeter
8.0 / 10 - Very good
#3 in Electric Dog Fences
PetSafe Basic
8.4 / 10 - Excellent
#2 in Electric Dog Fences
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Key Facts

Perimeter Comfort Contact Fencing

  • In-ground fence
  • $199.95
  • Up to 5 acres cover with additional wire
  • Unlimited number of pets with purchase of additional collars
  • Dual frequency

PetSafe Basic In-ground Fence (PIG00-14582)

  • In-ground Fence
  • $154.99
  • Covers 1/3 acres expandable to 5 acres with additional wire
  • Unlimited number of pets with purchase of additional collars

 


ConsumersAdvocate.org Ratings

8.0 / 10 - Very good
7/10
Price
8/10
Pet Features
8/10
Equipment
9/10
Effective Range
8.4 / 10 - Excellent
10/10
Price
7/10
Pet Features
8/10
Equipment
8/10
Effective Range

Customer Reviews

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6.0 / 10 - Average
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Final Verdict

PetSafe Basic In-ground Fence (PIG00-14582) has a higher overall rating than Perimeter Comfort Contact Fencing. PetSafe Basic scores better than Perimeter across: Price. However, Perimeter scores better on Pet Features, and Effective Range. Both companies score similarly on Equipment.


Customer Comments & Reviews

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Maribelle S
Hopewell, Pennsylvania
1/8/2018
PetSafe Basic In-ground Fence (PIG00-14582) review
Hi! Just to say that I don’t understand why the receiver in the collar has those 2 inners kinda like 1” screws that faces to the dogs neck digging and struggling them? Why it cannot be designed other way like 2 WIDE bottoms that doesn’t stabs their necks instead of 2 like screws? My dogs has their necks like a scar and they don’t have it tight but I cannot loosen it off because it will not work. I think if the receiver is designed with like 2 wide bottoms of the same material as those 2 kinda like screws it will be much better. The collar will be close enough for the dogs necks and not tight and not making scars or wounds and the dogs will not be feeling like struggling all the time. That’s my suggestion to make a better pet safe dogs electric fence collar design. Hopefully you pay attention to my comment for the best for the dogs. Sincerely The Mom of 2 Boxers doggies. Thank you!