Sportdog Brand Yardtrainer 350
FunAce Pet Containment System (KD-661)

Wireless or wired - It's a never-ending debate when it comes to invisible dog fences.

These two methods can seem worlds apart when comparing their pros and cons, but the one thing they have in common is keeping your dog safe and sound, and giving you much-needed piece of mind.

If you're not into wires and want a more portable option that you can take with you, or if you're a renter and don't want to invest into a more permanent solution - then wireless is the way to go.

Now most products we reviewed were limited to a smaller range and a certain breed size. FunAce Pet Containment System claims that their fence can cover a substantial property and is suitable for smaller breeds as well.

Like always, we've tested it so you don't have to. Read along and find out if their claims are true.


  • Wireless dog fence system
  • Preferably used for dog breeds over 10 pounds
  • 500 ft radius circular boundary area
  • IP65 water-resistant collar
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Safety precaution prevents over shocking your dog
  • 2x dog system (There is a 1x dog version)
Collar fits dogs that weigh 8 pounds or more
5 -22 inches neck size
Eight levels of static stimulation and tone-only mode
Waterproof and submersible
300 yards of range
Fits neck sizes 6-23 inch
Compatible with PetSafe PIF-300 wireless fence
Fits dogs weighing 5 pounds or more
Five levels of correction as well as a tone-only mode
Rechargeable batteries
In-ground system
Waterproof collar
Four levels of stimulation plus vibration
Utilizes a conventional 9V battery
Low battery indicator light
System supports multiple collars

100% Wireless Dog Containment System by FunAce  – The Basics

Sportdog Brand Yardtrainer 350 – The Basics
Petsafe Stay and Play Fence Receiver – The Basics

If avoiding wires entirely is your number one priority - go wireless. It's as simple as that. Wireless dog fences are, in general, the easiest to set up, require minimum effort to operate and are pretty reliable if you don't have a metal roof or too many obstructions in your yard. The 100% Wireless Pet Containment System by FunAce executes this concept well and boasts some awesome features on top of that.

The standard circular shaped boundary can reach out up to 500 feet in radius, which is enough to cover a property of about 17 acres. You can, of course, adjust the size, going down to 20 feet if needed. The most important step in setting up a wireless unit is finding the right location. Locate the center of your desired boundary zone and then make sure that the transmitter is at least 2 feet away from any metal objects. Another good tip is to place the transmitter in an elevated location, this could potentially solve some reliability issues if you have hills or low valleys in your yard.

This particular model comes with two collars by default, but you can bump up that number to as much as you like since the transmitter can support an unlimited number. You can also opt for just one collar for a reduced price if you don't own multiple pets. The collar is water-resistant and comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery unit. There is a neat feature in the form of a safety precaution that prevents the collar from emitting static stimulation for longer than 54 seconds. The stubborn dog model extends this to 6 minutes.

This particular model is designed for owners with particularly stubborn and feisty pets. Now, that doesn’t mean you can’t use it on dogs without behavioral issues, but the sole purpose of it is to deliver a somewhat uncomfortable static signal which is responsible for toning your pet’s behavior down.
As you can tell, it has eight levels of correction. Most other models on the market usually don’t have more than four or five. Those three more levels are what makes this collar so effective when restless pets are in question. The 300 yards of range gives you more than enough time to react properly if something goes wrong. In other words, you can rest assured that it won’t go out of signal range before you press any of the buttons on the controller.
The first thing you need to know is that this isn’t a fully functional system but a collar. That means it won’t work without a proper transmitter. In this case, if you have the PetSafe PIF-300 system already installed, this particular collar won’t have any issues when synchronization is in question.
This model offers five different levels of static correction and a tone-only mode for training. Five levels offer more than enough variety for you to fine-tune the unit and find the one that doesn’t over-stimulate your pet. It fits on any breed as long as they weigh more than five pounds. Therefore, if you own a particularly small breed, you might want to look for something with less correctional intensity.
The batteries are rechargeable, and the charger is included with the unit. You have the choice of buying the collar without the charger, but do that only if you already own one. In case this is your first PetSafe product, we recommend buying the whole set in order to avoid unpleasant surprises and additional costs.

The Features

The Design

The collar has a plastic finish and comes either in white or black color. The general feel is pretty sturdy and seems like it could take a beating before breaking down. The highly adjustable strap and the size of the receiver are what makes this system very versatile and suitable for all dog breeds, even smaller ones.

The strap can literally fit any neck size up to 24 inches, but make sure that your pet has at least 10 pounds because of the intensity of the jolt. The collar has an IP65 water-resistant rating which means rain, snow or just water projected from a sprinkler won't compromise it.

The collar is pretty neatly designed. The biggest upside of it is the fact that it isn’t bulky or cumbersome. That being said, we did find the two contact points on the collar a bit peculiar and invasive, but it’s not a massive concern as it is more of a matter of your pet getting used to it. The on/off button might not seem like a big deal, but many other models simply don’t feature one. When you have a battery powered gadget, an on/off button is of utmost importance when it comes to efficiency and energy saving.
The transmitter works well and it’s quite easy to get the hang of it. It features two buttons of which one sends a short-timed signal whereas the other sends a continuous signal. On top of that, you can choose between eight different levels or even select the tone-only mode if you’re just getting started. Keep in mind that you need to find the optimal level of correction as soon as possible because not all dogs react the same to respective impulses.

The Battery

The batteries are rechargeable Lithium-ion and should last around two to three days depending on how many times your escape artist tries finding a way out of your yard. Make sure to take the collar off regularly and clean the contact points. Plug it in overnight and you will ensure no unpleasant surprises occur. Being Li-ion, you want to make sure to charge the collar even if it's not in use for an extended time period, this way you will extend the lifespan.

This model features rechargeable NiMH batteries that last about 40-60 hours per charge. The biggest complaint most people have is the fact that this model does not feature Li-Ion batteries which are more efficient and offer better performance.
Both the collar and receiver feature a low-battery indicator and can be charged at the same time thanks to the included split-end charger. Make sure to keep them charged at all times and you shouldn’t run into any major issues.
While many people consider this feature pretty irrelevant, the difference between rechargeable and switchable batteries does exist and it’s worth mentioning. As far as the advantages go, the biggest one is the fact that you don’t have to stack on batteries and plan ahead. Instead, all you have to do is plug it into the charger and let it recharge. The cycle lasts only about two or three hours, meaning there isn’t much downtime in the first place.
The drawback of this system is that the battery is built-in. In other words, if anything happens to the battery itself, the whole unit becomes more or less worthless. Luckily, these batteries aren’t prone to failing and breaking often.
The correction levels are excellent. The difference between levels isn’t massive which allows you to adjust the collar quite precisely. Furthermore, if you don’t want to use the correction system right away, there is a tone-only mode which is designed to help your pet get used to wearing and using its new accessory. The fact that everything is wireless makes this model perfect for parks, camping, RVs, and etcetera.
One of the great features is the vibration mode. It allows the owner to train their pet without having to use the electric stimulation. It helps you to gradually train your faithful companion instead of making you use progressive methods immediately.
Other features
While most pet collars look pretty similar to each other, some crucial differences need to be pointed out. As far as the advantages go, the biggest one is the build quality. One can easily tell that this unit is made to last, even in case you have a particularly feisty furry friend. The gadget isn’t too bulky or cumbersome, but it’s not the most comfortable thing on the market either. The collar features a plastic clip which does its job relatively well.
The system box is pretty straightforward, and there’s not much more to it. It comes with an adapter which can be a nuisance for some people due to its somewhat short wire. Therefore, make sure you plan the positioning thoroughly and install the box near an electric outlet to avoid issues with the length of the adapter wires.
While most pet collars look pretty similar to each other, some crucial differences need to be pointed out. As far as the advantages go, the biggest one is the build quality. One can easily tell that this unit is made to last, even in case you have a particularly feisty furry friend. The gadget isn’t too bulky or cumbersome, but it’s not the most comfortable thing on the market either. The collar features a plastic clip which does its job relatively well.
The system box is pretty straightforward, and there’s not much more to it. It comes with an adapter which can be a nuisance for some people due to its somewhat short wire. Therefore, make sure you plan the positioning thoroughly and install the box near an electric outlet to avoid issues with the length of the adapter wires.


• Great range for a wireless system
• Ideal for smaller and medium dog breeds
• Safety feature prevents over shocking

• Easy to use
• Affordable
• Good coverage
• Easy to setup
• Good build quality
• Smooth correction levels
• Easy to use
• Affordable
• Good build quality


• No way to manually adjust the intensity of the jolt

• The signal can be unreliable from time to time.

• Underwhelming battery
• Batteries are built-in
• No on/off switch
• Batteries don’t last long
• No OFF button

What We Liked about It

While it did take some time to find the right spot for the transmitter, having 500 feet of range at your disposal is really amazing for a wireless system. People with larger properties were usually stuck with only one choice, and that was an in-ground electrical dog fence, but with this product, you can cover up to 17 acres which is massive.

Also, it is often hard to find collars that are suitable even for smaller breeds so it's refreshing to see FunAce stepping up to the task.

The best thing about this particular model is its portability. In other words, you don’t have to set up any invisible fences or hassle with miniature flags. All you have to do is put the collar on your pet and start the training. Also, the user manual is well-written, and it contains quite a bit of useful information on how to start the training process if you’re a complete novice.
The other thing we liked is the price. Many people expect it to be more expensive than the wireless containment system, but it’s not. In fact, it comes at an affordable price meaning that most pet owners can indeed plan on investing in such a gadget without having to think about their budget too much. However, it may not be as versatile as some containment systems that are available on the market nowadays.
The overall versatility and build quality are the things that we liked the most. In the sea of cheap and underwhelming dog collars, this stands out as one that’s worth investing in. As we already said, if you own the PIF-300 system, this particular unit is one of your safest bets.
The fact that it’s very easy to use makes it ideal for beginners and inexperienced pet owners. It’s also an affordable piece in comparison to some other models that offer similar capabilities and features. It isn’t the best thing on the market, but it’s certainly a piece that’s worth checking out.
People who are searching for high portability combined with great efficiency should find this collar interesting, to say the least.

What We didn’t Like

What We didn’t Like

We like to mess and fiddle with our gadgets so not having a way to manually adjust the intensity of the collar was somewhat of a let-down. Also, this might discourage some potential buyers because they won't be able to tailor the intensity to their specific dog and their temperament. Luckily, you can try out the product for 30 days and return it if the shock is too strong or mild because of the companies return policy.

The batteries are probably the weakest point of this product. While they aren’t bad per se, the engineers could have implemented Li-Ion batteries without a problem. The included ones may be considered obsolete and subpar in comparison to Li-Ion. While 40-60 hours seems long and sufficient, you may run into battery issues occasionally.  
The other thing a lot of users complained about is the inconsistency of the signal. In other words, if you select the level seven, the device might output a level four signal. It’s not a frequent occurrence, but it can happen. If you’re worried about consistency, consider checking some other models out, this one might give you troubles in the long run.
The battery is okay, but the fact that it cannot be changed might be a deal-breaker for some people. The recharging cycle doesn’t last long, but it can catch you off-guard. However, there is a low-battery LED light on the collar, meaning you should keep an eye on the levels.
The pet area cannot be changed into a square or rectangular shape. While this is usually typical for most wireless containment systems, it’s still worth mentioning. If you have anything against a circular shape of the area of effect, you might want to look into wired units as they offer more adjustability.
The lack of the OFF button is a major issue for many pet owners. Even though the process of changing the batteries is incredibly simple, it’s not uncommon for people to forget about it. That means you’ll have to go to the nearest store in case you forgot to stack on batteries the last time you were shopping.
As we already said, this fence does not come with wire included. While it’s clearly stated in the description, you would be surprised by the number of people that oversee it. Therefore, if you don’t have wiring installed in the yard, make sure you purchase it separately.


Overall, The FunAce Pet Containment System does a decent job of containing your favorite canine pal safely inside the boundaries of his playpen. It's not a perfect system, we can tell you that, but some of the attributes, like the range, are pretty amazing. We didn't touch upon the great price because we can't technically put it in the more affordable category, but considering this is a wireless system that's rechargeable and doesn't require any in-ground installation, (you're saving money on potential handyman fee's) the price is very acceptable.

For other products that work well with smaller dog breeds, check out our complete list and in-depth invisible dog fence reviews.

The Yardtrainer 350 is a decent remote trainer; there is no question about that. Is it the best one on the market? It certainly isn’t. Is it worth checking it out? Yes, it definitely is. In the end, it all comes down to your requirements and preferences. If its features and capabilities fit your idea of a perfect dog trainer, don’t hesitate to give it a chance. On the other hand, there are plenty of other models to choose from.
As far as the advantages go, the biggest one is its ease of use. If you’re an absolute beginner, this model won’t be much of a challenge thanks to its simplistic concept. As for the downsides, the battery and signal inconsistency should be your primary concerns.
This collar is a universal answer for most of your problems. If you have a feisty or disobedient pet, the Stay and Play Fence Receiver can help you when it comes to behavioral corrections. On the other hand, you have to be prepared for trials and errors because nothing happens overnight, especially when it comes to radical changes.
Beginners and inexperienced owners love the ease of use and simplicity of this unit. On the other hand, people who already trained their pets usually look for something with more features. In the end, it all comes down to your needs and preferences. As far as we are concerned, it’s definitely worth checking it out.
If you’re looking for a long-term solution when it comes to training your pet and correcting their behavior, an invisible fence is one of your safest bets. Now, make sure you fully understand your possibilities and responsibilities towards your furry friend. These things can easily become an instrument of abuse if you don’t use them correctly. That doesn’t always mean it’s the owner’s fault, but it does correlate with owner’s ignorance or lack of experience.
As far as your budget goes, you won’t damage it too much. As we said earlier, these fences aren’t cheap but are certainly a good investment, especially if you own a problematic dog. Many people spend hundreds of dollars on professional trainers, and they don’t always guarantee success. This way, you can take a role of a trainer even if you don’t have any experience, and train your pet according to your own preferences. It does take a bit of effort and time, but it definitely pays out in the end.

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