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Crazydowg

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Have a fenced yard?


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I do, my pups love it as much as I.
Love my dogs

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1crestie

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Fenced here. Actually double walled. You have to go through 2 gates at any exit. Not taking any chances here. But then we are in the city, or at least not a rural area.
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My Crestie

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we rebuilt a new fence last summer.  6 feet high with wire fencing along the ground so she can't dig under anymore!  


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We do, about an acre of fully fenced and crestie proofed yard.  Quigley loves to run and do his zoomies.



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I do too, I'm on 10 acres but only have a yard about 12mx12m at the back of my house for him to pop out to the loo and sun himself, I fenced in my 20x60m dressage arena for him to zoom around in. He stays inside when I'm not with him though, we have BIG eagles around here...



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Mona83

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A fence was the first thing we did when we moved to the new house. We have coyotes out here so we wanted to make sure they couldn't get in. Turk is good off leash but we have rabbits out here and I don't know if he'll chase em if given the chance so we fenced our yard and animal proofed it.
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Crazydowg

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Thank you guys! I appreciate your answers. I think a fenced yard is a must if you want your pups to have fun without stressing on the risks of losing them OR have any unwanted animals or dogs coming up attacking them.


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Davyde

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Fenced, with a double gate.
The rescue won't rehome to you unless you do have a secure outside area.
Put a sane man alone in a room with a teacosy, and it is only a matter of time until he puts it on his head.

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Fenced in, about an acre and a half.
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Part fenced part not Feylyn when we go out she is on a leash with me still working on "come"

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Part fenced part not Feylyn when we go out she is on a leash with me still working on "come"

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We too fenced the yard when we moved in.  And then Chyna and Gypsie showed me how silly I was for thinking it would keep them in.  Gyp would climb the fence and Chyna would squeeze her bony butt thru holes.  It is a double wicket wire fence from a cemetery that they replaced because people were wrecking it. So there are some areas where the wire was bent just enough to make a "hole".  Looking at it you'd never guess anything could get thru it though and certainly not climb it like a chain link.  Well Gypsie found an area where they could brace her body against the house and scale it.  Not even bothered by the really nasty thorned rose shrub.  So I went around and installed rabbit fencing along the bottom.  Keeps them in now.  Even the cats. ;)


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