Gates have special 'dog-proof' kennel latches to prevent accidental opening
This clever pup took the trampoline option, but in all reality any solid items that are too close to the fence edge can be scaled with relative ease. If given the option, these items (such as old boxes, appliances, furniture, storage containers etc) can be used to escape a yard. Dog proofyour fence by making sure to keep climbable items away from the fence itself. It is just one less thing to worry about.It is the natural urge of your canine family member to dig. The problem is that they can dig holes and you may not even notice it- leading to doggy disaster. There is a great company called that offers a great, easy-to-install system that prevents your pet from digging under your fence. This fantastic system is effective, and will last for years. Here is what it looks like:There are other options you can use to prevent digging and dog-proof your fence, such as laying down chicken wire, or putting bricks along the fence edges. Whichever you choose to dog-proof your fence is a great investment. Believe it for not, there are many dogs out there who have mastered the art of opening a fence. They learn by watching you do it! You need to make sure that the gate latch on your fence is secure. From a home security standpoint, you should be locking your fence regardless, but if you don't - a simple carabiner can make all the difference and save your dog's life.
All galvanized chain link and welded round tubing or pipe frames. Vertical frame bracing as required structurally. Gates have special ‘dog-proof’ kennel latches to prevent accidental opening. Hinges are also specially designed for a tight fit. Chain link secured to frame with aluminum ties, or steel fittings depending on grade.
Gate panels also include a dog proof latch
•Patented dog-proof latch on all gates.
Chain link dog kennel gate latch is specially designed for and other animal cages for minimizing the gap between the gate and the frame. Tighter gap results in less escapes of your pets from the kennel and keep them safer than if you are using other regular gate latch. For common fork latch, you just need lift the latch and the gate will be open. However, for the dog-proof kennel latch, you need lift the latch straight up prior to turning. Most dogs fail to flip the latches and escape.How can we do that? It’s very easy. From a veterinary point of view, there is no good trash for a dog. Avoid your dog access to the trash can. There are several ways you can discourage your dog from going to the trash can. For example, you can keep the kitchen trash in a locked cabinet. However, if your dog has discovered a way to open the cabinets, you may need to put a childproof latch on the handles. In other parts of the house, you can try to put the small wastebasket at a height where your dog could not reach them, like the top of a drawer. You can also restrict your dog access to entire rooms that have garbage cans or wastebaskets by closing the doors or using baby gates. You can also consider using a garbage can with a lid that your dog cannot open.