Dog digging under the fence?

How to stop your dog from digging under the fence? Most likely this question has come up a time or two if you have a family pet. There are many reasons for dogs to dig, from something to chase on the other side, to boredom, to the thought of running free when no one is home. Dig Defence’s reason of existence is because of one of these questions. The owner of Dig Defence is passionate about dogs and pets, in fact the “crew” is devised of many strays that were hungry, lost, alone, and in need of medical attention. One of these members, once healthy and clean, decided he liked to explore. Now, don’t get us wrong, he loved the attention and care he received at home, he just liked to visit different places and check out what he could (don’t we all). This particular dog would dig under the fence and gallivant around for half a day or night and then return. He would always return, however this concerned the “mom” because of the threat of other animals, highways, or the potential of getting lost.

Enter Dig Defence, now the “how to stop your dog from digging under the fence” question was answered. Oh sure, there’s electric fences and shock collars, but would you want to wear one of those and feel a buzz through your body. This was a humane and safe alternative, a way to ensure peace of mind that your pet was safely inside the designated fenced area. The fence that was put up to keep the pet safe, that is why we say “extend the protection of your fence”. You took the time to place a fence on your property, so now be sure to get the most out of it and truly stop digging under your fence.

Pet Animals Digging Ground Escape Hole Dogs Dig

Oh, and not only will it keep your pet inside, it’ll keep predators and pests outside. Ever walk outside and find your furry family member tossing around something you know you didn’t buy at PetSmart? It’s black and white and has a bit of a stench to it, yep you guessed it a skunk. Stop the skunks, opossums, etc. from joining in a game of “tag” with your pet. Or keep finding special gifts your dog leaves you in the backyard. Instead take the gloves you were going to use to pick up said gift, grab a hammer, and install some Dig Defence units.

Simple. Safe. Effective.  The best friend to man’s best friend is Dig Defence.