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What is the best fence I can use for my dog? - Home Fencing

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    If your dog spends a lot of time outside then getting a durable fence may be your best bet. So a metal one would work over a wooden one since a wooden fence could easily get scratched by your dog. Getting an aluminum fence installed would last you longer than a vinyl fence as well. http://millsfence.com/fence-gallery/alum...

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As a possible cheaper alternative....
There are various Dog Collars available that have a built in GPS or are Radio Controlled which limits the dogs wandering to an area around the home & yard.
This is called a GeoFence. It can be set to give the animal a slight shock or vibration if it wanders outside a certain area. After the dog has learned the boundary area it can just give a vibration only when nearing the geofence.
Search for Geofence Dog Trainer or GPS Dog Trainer on eg. alliexpress.com.
Hope this Helps

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First, try to get a fence made from a durable material like aluminum or a wire fence. Of course you will compromise the looks...
don't get a wooden fence unless it is more expensive since big dogs tend to ruin them

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