If you have a dog, you know the trouble they can cause when it comes to your fence. Fence aggression, digging, and jumping are some of the most common issues. Here are a few ways to combat them:

Secondary fence

Installing a second fence within your yard provides a great barrier area to the outside world. This is particularly useful if your dog is prone to fence-fighting or patrolling, as it provides a physical barrier to the problem.

Concrete base

Pouring an underground concrete base before installing your fence is a great defense against dogs who like to dig. This custom fencing option is a bit more of an involved installation process, but it is the best way to stop your dog from being able to dig under the fence.

Wire footing

Another option to stop a digging dog is to lay down some wire fencing perpendicular to the base of your fence. You can either weigh it down with some landscaping stones, or you can go one step further and bury it. Either way, it should help to stop your dog from digging.

Fence slats

If you have a chain link fence but your dog is aggravated by what is going on outside of your fence, a visual barrier can help. There are a wide variety of different fence slats you can install to achieve the level of visual barrier you need, and to match the aesthetic you are going for.

Lean-in toppers

If your dog likes to jump the fence, consider installing a lean-in at the top. This will prevent your dog from getting a good grip at the top of the fence, and they won’t be able to make their escape. We can work with you to create a custom lean-in that looks good and performs well.

If you need a custom fence in Springdale, we can help. Give us a call today to learn more!