Please Fence Me In (3/3)

On the plus side, electronic fences eliminate the risks posed by gates left ajar or dogs who learn to excavate escape tunnels. Once installed, the cost of upkeep for either fence type is minimal, so there are no significant recurring expenses.

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Nonetheless, keep in mind that traditional fences do need occasional painting or weatherproofing and replacement batteries for electronic collars may run thirty to sixty dollars every three to four months, so both will slightly increase the cost of pet care.

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Pic of the Day: Dog accidentally runs US half-marathon, finishes in an impressive seventh place.

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2017-02-18T16:05:47+00:00 May 30th, 2017|Categories: Pet Tips|Tags: |