Chew, Dig, and Chew Some More
Dogs are typically social and enjoy the interaction with a variety of people. This social interaction, however is not without consequences. Things get broken, chewed on and otherwise “enjoyed” by your pet no matter if the object belongs to you or the neighbor. Having to face an angry neighbor because your dog destroyed his prize winning rose bush garden isn’t something to be desired.
Not All People Like Your Dog
(I know, I know)
Believe it or not, not everyone likes your family pet. By keeping your pet in an identified space with a good quality dog fence, Fido can remain a good neighbor.
It’s almost impossible to imagine that there are people who know your dog and don’t like him/her. She might be OK with the neighbors but the things she does in their yard make for some unhappy relationships.
This is just one of the main reasons why every pet owner has an obligation to control their pets traveling range with pet fencing.
“Presents” Left Behind
The problem of course is about relieving themselves in a neighbor’s yard, Yes, your pet may be friendly and would like to visit the neighbors but the fact is, many people do not share your love affair with your pet. They don’t want the bother of picking up after an animal that’s not theirs nor having their yards soiled with urine “hot spots” and doggie piles.
Dogs, although usually very friendly also can be destructive of plants and landscaping, making many breeds poor neighbors.
Danger for Dog and Neighbors
There’s also the issue of community security. This is especially true if your dog is a larger breed. Having a large dog escape the security of their yard could be seen as negligence on your part.
Communities are becoming increasingly upset at pet owners who allow their animals free run of a neighborhood. Heaven forbid if your dog, while free, attacks someone or another animal. This is especially serious if the other dog or pet was on a leash.
A loose dog also means danger for the dog.
The dog could get injured, hit by a car, cause a traffic accident, or get lost. I’ve searched for days for lost dogs who got out of their yard. A lock on the gate also helps with keeping your dog safe.
The saying is that “a good fence makes for good neighbors”. A good dog fence also makes for a happy and healthy environment for your pet. By securing your dog using secure fencing, your best friend also has the security of knowing where his yard boundaries are located.
There is no need to “guard” anything beyond the fence lines so you pet is more inclined to stay in his yard to better “watch” his property.