Dogs and farms just sort of go together like peanut butter and jelly. In fact, a good farm dog can be an invaluable tool to a farmer who needs help keeping an eye on the livestock or protecting acres of property. Still, it takes time to train a dog. That’s why many dog owners opt for the safety of confinement by using a fenced area for the dogs.
Well over one-third of all US families own at least one dog. Pet ownership is estimated at 38.4% for dogs and roughly 67% for all pets. That leaves a lot of families looking for a safe way to give their canines a little room to roam. A good dog fence is often the solution because it considers the needs of the animal and is constructed at an appropriate height using durable, safe materials. Let’s take a closer look at what that means.