Fences have multiple functions, which makes them indispensable, in most of the cases: they provide protection, privacy, being like a border that keeps in what must be kept in and keeps out what must not get in.
However, when you have a dog, it might be a bit difficult to keep him in, even if you have a fence. Dogs are very good at jumping over fences (even tall fences!), or dig under them, so you might need to consider some methods for dog proofing your fence.
There are fences that have different features and are made from various materials: decorative fences, protection fences, wood fences, metal fences, vinyl fences etc. However, no matter which type of fence you have or choose, your dog might find a way to get past it. Therefore, you might want to consider one of these alternatives.
• If your existing pet proof chain link fence in Denver allows your dog to see on the other side that might make him react and want to reach them, use things like reed fencing, bamboo fencing or zip-tying rolls to block his view. They are very aesthetic and affordable.
• Landscaping is another great solution to use when you want to keep your dog in. Dense shrubs planted along the fence line will provide the needed protection.
• For dogs who like to dig, an L-Footer or a concrete footer are great solutions; on the other hand, if you have a jumper, try installing coyote rollers or lean-ins.
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