Titan Fence Co.
Dog Proof Fencing - Yard Containment For Your Canine
For lots of dog owners, a nicely fenced backyard where your pup can roam, sniff out interesting things, and snooze in the shade is a must. It’s perfect — except when your dog believes the grass is greener elsewhere, and they become a master escape artist. One minute you see them from the kitchen window, the next, they’re gone.
We know you would do anything for your doggo, including providing safety, security, and plenty of room to run and play. With the many appealing models available today, you can secure your pet within the right perimeters whilst simultaneously maintaining your home in the right style.
The answer lies in providing the best environment for your pet with a quality backyard dog fence or dog run that protects them from exposure to such hazards as:
· Attacks from other dogs
· Inadvertently running into traffic or being injured by agricultural equipment
· Harm from wildlife
It’s important to protect your dog while still allowing a level of freedom and a large play area.
At Titan Fence Co., we can provide you with a variety of dog fence options that offer you great quality, attractive and low-maintenance outdoor dog fences.
Which fence is best for your family and your dog?
There are many options when it comes to choosing the right outdoor dog fence that is best for your family and your dog. Many fences are targeted towards specific concerns, such as “jumper” breeds that can seemingly clear even the highest hurdle, as well as those inclined to tunnel their way out to freedom. Gone are the days of worrying about your outdoor guardian or having to carefully monitor designated playtimes; with the proper dog fence you and your pet can rest easy and play even harder.
Dog Run Fences
For many dog owners, the goal is to provide protection and an area to play outdoors, without the possibility of the dog damaging or soiling other areas of the lawn or property.
Dog runs are an ideal solution in such cases:
· Dog runs can be constructed in custom sizes and heights, depending on the size or your dog
· Runs will protect your dog with low maintenance, lower cost chain link or other materials
· Dogs are limited to their run fence area, retaining the condition of the remaining lawn
Dog run fences are a great option for large yards or farms, where you may not want the expense or appearance of fencing the entire area.
Dog runs are also ideal for kennels or breeders, to segregate dogs that are ill or caring for puppies.
Standard Chain Link Dog Fence
The most economical of fence choices, chain link fencing is low-cost and low-maintenance. These types of fencing for dogs are easy to see through, so if you’re worried that your dog may be too loud, you can always train vines or plants to obscure his view through the fence. For a quicker solution, you can also weave plastic or fabric strips through the chain link fence gaps in order to block the view from both sides.
Wood Dog Fences
A classic choice, a wooden fence is ideal for your dog run, especially if your dog tends to bark or growl at passers-by. As long as the wooden fence is solid (not slatted), it will block the street or neighbor’s yard from your dog’s sight and (hopefully) limit his noise-making. This is the best fence for dogs – that is, for those extra excitable pups who need a strong dog run fence that’s blocked off from people walking by. Additionally, wood fences can be quite tall, which can prevent your dog from jumping over the fence to explore the neighborhood.
Concrete Dog Fences
Concrete fences are very durable, meaning it can take more weight and force, which is good if you have a larger dog breed who likes to jump. Cleaning is easy too—which is handy when your dog may be nosing around the fence or putting his paws on it. If you live in a muddy region, concrete may be the best fence for dogs in the Pacific Northwest. Just a little soap and a hard spray of water will get dirt and mud off easily. With the advance in precast moldings, concrete
fencing can take many shapes, forms, and designs. Concrete fencing also offers noise reduction. Whether Fido likes to sing to the neighbourhood, or is reactive to outside noises, Concrete is considered the best material for keeping out unwanted noise.
We all want the best for our dogs, starting with a safe and loving home. However, big or small, all dogs need to stretch their legs and enjoy the great outdoors. Thanks to these new and improved dog fence ideas, you won’t have to sacrifice your home’s appeal OR your dog’s well-being.
Now what are you waiting for? Get outside and give your pooch a run for his money!