Make sure the pickets are close enough together to keep small dogs from wiggling out. Also, the bottom of the pickets should be close enough to the ground that a small dog can't squeeze underneath. If your dog is a digger, you might need to add wire, buried a few inches under the soil, to the bottom of the fence.
My dog is Houdini, she digs and she climbs and she finds a way. How can I secure the garden (lots of fencing) without spending hundreds? <
If you have a dog, the chances are that you also have a garden, or at least a. slatted wooden fencing is both dog and plant friendly, and just as secure as a wall .
I have several dogs and I needed to secure my garden. The product arrived promptly and I was extremely impressed with the quality. The material is excellent
But the bottom of the garden is awkward, as we have a large, rough laural. All I can think of is to fence on this side of the hedge, and secure .