The Existing Fence Dog Containment Arms (ARM ONLY) when coupled with a welded wire or strong poly fence will secure your 4' or higher fence against jumping and climbing dogs. The arms can attach to most walls and fence types including but not limited to wood, chain link, wire-backed split rail, decorative aluminum/wrought iron, and PVC. The arms are made of 1 3/8" diameter 16 gauge galvanized steel tube and are finished with a UV stable black powder coat finish.
Works on nearly all fence types:
Both fence options are secured to the Dog-Proofer arms with our black UV stable 120lb test Heavy Duty Zip Ties.
We added the extension arms to our dog daycare outdoor yard fence. It's the perfect solution, quality product and highly recommend it to anyone trying to secure their fence.
Our new rescue dog went over our 4-foot chain link fence to chase deer. We
are so grateful we discovered this dog proofing system. Easy to install and she has never even tried to go over it. It is like she just knows she can't.
I purchased three extension arms to add to my existing "cat containment" for our yard that I bought from another company that is no longer in business. Turns out I only needed two. But it's good to have a back up. These are very sturdy and good quality and look like they'll last a long time. I especially like that the upper arm can swivel which is good for working around corners and hard to reach areas.
No more escapes! Cured!
Perfect solution when we needed a fast way to increase the height and security of our cinderblock fence to accommodate a fence jumping rescue dog!
but she hasn’t succeeded. The first day that our 5 ft fence was completed our dog climbed over it. We had pickets put on the inside so she couldn’t climb over it. She wasn’t in the yard for 3 minutes after the pickets were placed when she walked to the center of the yard, ran and sailed right over it. We tried a DYI version of putting netting on top of the fence but she got over that too. The Houdini Proofer has worked like a charm. She did get under the netting and climb out once, but zip tying the netting to the fence stopped that. I do have a video of her trying (and failing) to jump over the fence.
Excellent! We are so delighted to hear your dog is safely contained! Glad to see you secured the bottom. This is an important step in the process. We have a section at the end of the instructions that review the different ways you can do this and, of course, one of those methods is with zip ties. We do know that some of our customers choose not to but we always recommend securing the bottom!
We ordered some a year or two ago and just ordered more. They are easy to install and work great.