There is nothing in the world that can be more determined than a dog that wants to be free. You can chain them or pen them up, but that is something that is really frowned upon these days. Many think it is inhumane to allow a dog such a small space to live in, especially if they live in it all of the time.
Most people opt for a yard fence of one kind or another to keep their dog in so they can have ample room to roam and play. This is usually fine for most dogs, but for some it isn't enough to keep them in. If a dog is large enough, sometimes they can even climb over or jump over a fence if it's not tall enough. For those dogs that can't do that, they can learn to dig holes at the bottom of the fence and escape that way.
If this is a problem you are facing with your dog, there is not a lot that you can do to prevent it unless you invest in an additional layer of security like invisible fencing. An electric invisible fence, either wireless or in ground wired, can be the perfect solution to go along with your existing fence to prevent digging underneath.
With a special collar and a unit or two, depending on your yard area, you can stop a dog from getting near the fence line. Looking at websites like www.doggybakery.org and others to find out more about brands like PetSafe and SportDog, you can find the exact invisible fencing you need for your dog.…Continue Reading