If a dog keeps getting out of a fence, consider burying cinder blocks under the fence, putting down wire around the fence or building a kennel with a concrete slab. Pre-plan a fence for the best option to keep dogs inside with ideas from a certified dog trainer in this free video on dog fences.
Hello, this is Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg with Miami Dog Training in Miami, Florida. In this clip we're going to talk about ideas for dogs that get out of a fence. Some dogs are just Houdini's so if you have the opportunity to pre-plan your fence, one of the things that you could do is actually bury some cinder blocks or something like that under the edge of the fence or underneath where the fence is going to be so that once the dogs start digging they basically strike the cinder blocks and back off. Another thing you could do is put some wire down in the ground, as they start to dig and reach the wire, they find that they can't go further. Another option would be to have a kennel with a concrete slab for a floor that clearly the dogs can't dig through. Now as you can see, in our facility we have a large stockade fence which is our number one deterrent but we were able to pre-plan and we were able to put things there previously to stop any digging. Once again this has been Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg with Miami Dog Training.