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Ivy8mush , no doubt mush for brains. The "porthole" can be made smaller than the dogs head can fit through (try, if you can, to think of a chainlink fence with thousands of "portholes" smaller than your dogs head, but probably not yours) You can also place a "porthole" at a higher elevation so the dog has to stand up to look out of but cannot climb through. And as for the comment on chaining you r dog up, it is a criminal offense to tether (this means chain up, idiot) your dog in my state and I hope it is in yours too.
Sedteacher, a locked fence keeps them safe? Really?! SO the criminals in your fantasy can't open a lock or jump a fence? And the dogs dont dig under or jump a fence while youre at work? Yeah right!!! If you're not watching your pet. as you said, then you are a bad pet owner. Irresponsible and neglecting. I've seen your dogs at the dog pound and on the highway shoulder! Dead! Moron!!
Gee you'd think that the pet owners were a little smarter than the pets here but I'm not seeing the trend
The pooch is slide #2 is a 4 legged clown who I'd adopt in a heartbeat! Of course, there would have to be limitations - a single floor doghouse with an open floor plan, but an attached garage just isn't practical. Skylights are negotiable, but a personal chef - unless it is me - just isn't gonna happen!
A chevy Suburban passing over your pet's liver causes pain, too, and then death. Get the invisible fence and collar. It only causes them pain once or twice until they learn, and then they are in charge of their own pain. a little pain can be a learning experience. Run over is forever. Or, you can chain or cable them. It is easy to remove obstacles that can tangle the chain. You provide shelter, shade and a big water pan, and they are pain free and just fine.