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Old 03-22-2010, 07:21 AM   #1
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fence options for 2 large dogs, yet suitable for 2 kids under age 2


Help! We currenty have a chain link fenced backyard. Problem is...we have two large dogs and two kids under age 2 who love to be outside. we need to come up with some sort of fence or separated space so that everyone can be in the yard without having to worry about doggie doo doo. We are on a very tight budget. Any suggestions?

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stucco wire is cheap fencing

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Get some rolled wire fencing from Home Depot.

If your dogs listen to training you can use a 24" high inexpensive fencing that can be rolled up and put away again in the fall.
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