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.
2018 Commit To Pets
Perhaps your significant other surprised you with a dog this holiday; or maybe you have a dog and are hoping to surprise them with a big gift this year. Whatever your reason is, make one commitment to your pet moving into the new year: a pet fence. Dogs and cats need open space to play, learn and grow; and with pet fencing, dogs and cats will be able to do just that. It's time to make pet fencing a priority for 2018. Pet Owners: This is your New Years Resolution to your pet.
Dogs and cats both need outdoor time to play with other animals. Although dog parks are a great way to make new furry friends, it's just not as convenient as having a dog fence or cat fence in the backyard. The outdoor pet enclosures are secure; so, you can feel good leaving your animal outside without fear of them being lost or stolen - unlike at a dog park.
Speaking of security, pet fences also keep out strangers and act as a home security system. Most intruders will not attempt a home robbery if they know a dog is on the premises. Showing off a dog fence will scare home intruders away from your property.
A fence for dogs and cats also keeps out wildlife that may try to harm the domestic animal. Deer, for one, carry tick-borne illnesses that can spread from the white-tail to the pet and put them at risk of Lyme Disease and other tick diseases. Additionally, fences keep out birds, stay cats and homeless dogs that may try to get 'rough' with your pet.
A plastic dog fence is safer to build in the backyard than barbed wire fence or chain-link fence. As the weather breaks down the fences, dogs may be poked with barbed wire or corroding fences. PVC-coated steel dog fence or plastic fencing for dogs eliminates this concern.
2018 is around the corner; and it's time to make your pet a top priority. Commit to your pets in the new year by building pet enclosures in the backyard.