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While your dog may seem to you as the living allegory of selfless love and genuine happiness, some of your neighbors may see a different story; one reason why you should consider dog fencing.But hold on just yet, is it really that necessary? I mean, look at your puppy, there’s no way it’s going to hurt anybody.
“It hasn’t yet”,says your aged neighbor.
If you are currently in the middle of this dilemma, then it must have been faith that lead you to find this article. Here are some points you should consider when deciding whether or not to put up dog fencing.
Safety of Your Dog
While it might seem constricting to imagine a canine in a cage, dog fencing offers some real benefits for your beloved companions. If there is one thing you should consider first and foremost, it should be the welfare of your pup. Be it in a rural or an urban neighborhood, the adage still goes: ‘It’s a jungle out there.’ Having your dog free to roam in the streets exposes him to a lot of risks. A group of children may get dangerously playful to your dog; potentially toxic substances may sit just one bite away; and, not to forget, the animals of the road—vehicles, you don’t want to see your best friend go head-on against these. So, if you can’t keep your eyes off your pup, then there’s no problem at all but if you have other things to do, then dog fencing could be just what you need.
Peace and Order in Your Neighborhood
Dog fencing is the kind of thing a ‘concerned’ neighbor most likely suggests, in either a sincere visit or loudly across the streets. Though you might not want to factor into your decisions what you neighbor says, hitting a compromise may be your best option for a more peaceful and harmonious living. In the case of having a dog, this might mean putting up dog fencing. Let’s face it, dogs do stupid things. You look and see a trash bin; you look again and see the sidewalk covered in trash. And let’s not get started on toilet training.
At the end, whether to put up dog fencing or not is for you to decide. Whether for the safety of your dog or to stop nagging neighbors, may you consider each aspect that will be affected with the best of intentions.