As a homeowner and a dog owner, you love how your fence keeps your dog safe within your yard. Unfortunately, some dogs tend to get into trouble by barking at neighbors or other animals on the opposite side of your fence. They may even dig around the bottom of the fence to try to get to the opposite side. Here two ways can deal with your dog and your fence.
Obstruct Your Dog's View
If the problem is that the dog tends to bark at neighbors that they are able to see because the fence has holes in it, you can attach bamboo or reeds to the fence to block their vision. It's easy to do on your own.
You can also get plastic slats that slide down in the links to make your chain link fence more private.
Make Your Dog Unable To Dig Around The Fence
When the dog is causing trouble by digging their way out of your backyard, the best way to stop them is by using rocks that are placed around the perimeter of the fence. You can also have a thin strip of concrete poured along the perimeter as well.
If you need more ideas about how to improve your chain link fence because of our dog, reach out to a local fencing contractor in your area.Share
14 October 2015
I have always loved dogs, so when I was presented with an option to start breeding dogs, I jumped on it. Before I could begin the breeding business, I had to have some fencing installed and some kennels built. The fencing that I needed had to be able to hold up if the dogs were to jump up against it and had to be high enough to keep them from jumping over it. If you are trying to fence in your yard to keep your dog contained, you will find some helpful tips that the fencing contractor provided to me during my installation job.