Happy New Year, Pets!
It seems that pets always want to spend time outside; and as pet owners, we should not stop them from getting fresh air and exercise. Now that the new year is here, it's time to make pets a priority.
Pet fencing should be on pet owner's New Year's Resolution lists for 2019. Pet fencing is affordable, convenient and virtually invisible. Pet fencing is not just for pet playtime but also for pet safety. Coyote breeding season begins now in January; and they can be violent to dogs and cats. To protect pets from wildlife encounters, installing a tough metal pet fence is best (at least 6 feet high). And, deer, of course, remain a year-long problem on landscapes and a health concern for pets (think tick control).
Pets need a chance to play outside in a safe environment. Winter is here, and dogs want to play in the snow. Prepare yard fencing now at the start of the new year.
- Jenn Smith