Buying a new fence for your home can be a challenging prospect. But if you have a pet as well, your choices are even more problematic. So how do you go about buying the best fences for pets such as dogs, cats or even guinea pigs and wombats?
The trick is to get a fence that can’t be chewed away too easily and that doesn’t have too many holes or gaps. Your pets could use these gaps to leave the premises and make them larger, leading to less curb appeal. At the same time, however, if you have a cat you could still consider a wooden fence, since cats typically find it easier to climb up on the fence and not chew or damage the wood.
Ornate chain link fences, as well as metal, wood or stone fences can all be good if you own a dog. Your dog won’t mind the fence too much, and you can always get an additional dog fence to keep your fur babies away from some of the more fragile areas of the fence.
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to these fences, and you’ll usually find it’s easy to select one that your pet will love. A pet friendly residential fence company can help you chose the fence that works best with your family needs. However, pay close attention to your expenses as well, and make sure you don’t overspend on an overly sophisticated or luxurious fence that your pet might just end up damaging.