Archive for the ‘Chain Link Fence’ Category


Utility Locating and Fence Installation – How to Locate Underground Wires and Utility Lines when Building a Fence

Tweet Q. I’m thinking of building a fence in my backyard to keep my two dogs, a greyhound and collie, safe. My sons have graciously volunteered to help. We know where we want to install the fence but how do we find out where all of the underground power lines are buried? The last thing […]

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The Great Dog Escape – How to Prevent your Dog from Climbing or Jumping the Fence

Tweet Do you have problems with your dog scaling the fence and escaping your yard? No matter what kind of dog you have, whether it’s a Jack Russell Terrier, Siberian Husky, Pit Bull or a Labrador Retriever, dogs of all sizes love to venture out into the world. They could be bored, lonely, or smell […]

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Six Reasons Why Your Dog is Jumping the Fence

Tweet As any dog owner knows, dogs love to run, jump and play. Unfortunately, sometimes this means that they jump over the fence and escape from their yard. This behavior exposes them to the dangers of the outside world, including getting hit by a car, lost, stolen, or run-ins with other animals. So what are […]

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I want to adopt a Siberian husky. I have a five foot tall chain link fence, will the dog jump my fence?

Tweet . And I have a one acre yard will she be able to escape even if I exercised her every day. she is a medium to large sized siberian husky , she has a thin build and weighs 65 pounds. Other Dog Fence Sites Online Area units converter. Surface Area | Convert to units […]

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How do you Stop a Dog from Jumping the Fence?

Tweet . My dog keeps climbing the chain link fence to escape.  We can’t change the fence because the house is rented.  Why is my dog jumping the fence and how do I get her to stop?  I’m afraid she will get out and run away or get lost. Other Dog Fence Sites Online Chain […]

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How to Install a Wire Fence

Tweet . 1. Determine the perimeter of the area to be fenced. Pound stakes into the ground every 10 feet and at each corner. 2. String a line between the stakes and check the line for straightness. If needed move a stake to straighten out the line of the fence. 3. Check with local utilities […]

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