It is always a wonderful moment when we first pick-up our puppy from the breeder, or when we adopt that sweet dog from the humane society. At that point we are in love with the idea of all the wonderful times we will look forward to with our new companion. However, soon after arriving home reality sets in and we realize that we also need to figure out how we are going to house train our new friend, stop them from chewing on the furniture, keep them from eating our shoes, and keep them safe in our yard when we can’t be out there with them.
These issues can usually be dealt handled with time and training, but how to keep our dog safe in our yard usually means that we need to make a financial investment. So let’s look at some of the different puppy and dog containment options.