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It's been a year since we installed the temporary fence in Steph's backyard. Since the weather has been so nice this spring, we've been working on projects in her backyard including assessing the condition of the fence.
When the leaves were raked away from the fence, we did find holes. We're not sure what they are from--could be wildlife, branches falling on it or just age.
Steph researched some options for repair and this is what she thought would work best.
Be sure to watch the video to see what the dogs were up to while we were trying to work and later trying to tape this video!
This temporary fence has been a good solution to keeping the dogs secure in the backyard. Steph's yard is not a good candidate for a permanent fence due to all the landscaping and very large trees on the property. This just works.
This fence idea would also be good for a renter or even someone who is dog sitting and need a safe space where the dog can go outside.
Check out the original post where we installed the fence here.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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