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.
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!
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.
My shepherd was an expert at escaping my fenced in back yard, until I ordered the Dog Proof Extension Arm. Since its been installed, Bella has stayed in the yard and is safe. I highly recommend it
My dog walked up and down the fence area where there was the houdini extensions. During a thunderstorm he tried to get out but could not because
of the netting!
Leo is our standard poodle (daddy long legs) and was able to jump our brand new fence in less than a month. The dog proofer system worked like a charm. We tried a few things and within a few days Leo would figure out a way to jump over again. This was the only thing that worked. Easy install and great customer service.
Our pibble has legs made of springs and can jump our 6 ft privacy fence with ease, and with a running start scaled the additional foot and a half of chicken wire we attached to the top. (Much to my husband's chagrin, as we had just paid $$$ for the fence). She even went over the fence and let herself into the neighbor's house by pushing the screen door open. At our wits end, I found this Houndini fence online and fingers crossed, she hasn't gotten over it yet. The wire is much more durable than chicken wire, it was easy to install, and black doesn't stand out as much as I thought.
She's tried to get over a few times, and I can see her brain working, trying to figure out for to make it over, but here's hoping she never does!
Bizzy ran to the corner he usually jumps/climbs. looked up at the new barrier, ran to the other corner, then sat in the grass, temporarily depressed. Now he runs out, explores the yard and is quite content to have the limited freedom.