Metal fences serve for many purposes; and it depends on the goals of the homeowner for why to install a metal dog fence.
Metal fencing can come in many different forms: from chain-link and barbed wire to PVC-coated materials. So, which is better and why?
Chain Link Fences are affordable; but (let's be honest) they are ugly and they corrode. Barbed wire fences hurt dogs and don't look welcoming for homeowners who care about the look of their properties.
PVC-coated metal dog fences are best for dogs that chew and dig. But, because the fence material lasts 20-30 years, they can serve well after the life expectancy of your four-legged friends (sorry to get real with you). The metal dog fencing can then serve as a garden fence for deer management and keep out white-tailed deer along with rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs and other small critters that like to chew. Like the poly dog fences, metal dog fences can be temporary or permanent fixtures.
Metal fences for dogs are virtually invisible and look good on any landscape.