My dog escapes route any hole he can find in our fence. It`s very pricey to get a new fence. So since I can`t make the holes in the fence any smaller, I just created a device to make the dog bigger. I call it...the nimrod. & so far it works. this gives him freedom to run through the yard, but he`s confounded when his normal escape routes won`t work anymore.
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I have a large fenced-in backyard, and when my pooch was a puppy she was always trying to escape, one time she managed to squeeze through a crack in the fence and bolted for freedom. Fortunately, one of my neighbors recognized her and brought her back home to me.
Mandy is a big dog now, and she can`t squeeze through any opening in the fence, but I can see where dog-proofing your fence would be a necessity for owners who have small dogs.
A Chicago genius who grew weary of her failed attempts to dog-proof her fence came up with an out-of-the-box solution: Fence-proof the pooch.
This is a classic example of thinking outside the box; watch the video to see what I mean by "fence-proofing" her dog:
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