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Old 04-21-2011, 08:04 AM   #16
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The neighborhood I am in NOW this WOULD WORK!!! LOL
Well hey... You've gotta keep those darned reprobates like Leah Frances out of your yard! Throw in a couple Dobermans?

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I have a pitbull and a large American Bulldog, but they are both so lovable a scratch on the head and milkbone and they would go in the pool WITH them and then follow them home!
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No luck. I love Dobermans! But if you install some watch-cats. I promise you don't have to worry about me. Also, I'm pretty sure that scaling a 4-6 foot chain link would just result in my own injury and embarrassment.
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Just found out, (finally got a reply from the city) Fence facing the street (front of yard) can only be 4' high, side and back yard can be 6'. Don't need a fence around pool but need an auto closing gate? Why bother if my big OLD *** can get over that 4' fence ANYBODY CAN!
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I urge you to reconsider using vinyl. It looks okay when it's brand new, but it expands in heat and contacts in cold, and when it gets dried out (in a few years), it starts to crack. Check out some older vinyl fencing in your neighborhood for a glimpse of the future. As an aside, never buy vinyl replacement windows. In my experience, they were not only defective, they were dangerously defective when they aged.
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This is an old thread---Leah is an outstanding craftswomen---look at some of her older threads---

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