Simple and cheap fence for dog area?

i am looking to build a fenced in area for for dogs. The fence doesn’t have to be fancy because it will be inside a fenced area. I just want my yard back!! Any ideas!

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  • Seth Seth on Jul 02, 2018
    How big are your dogs, how big an area, and how high a fence do you think you need? We used 6 foot high chain link to make a 12x12 enclosure for our Belgian Malinois and she she climbed it with no problem. Had to put a roof on it. You can use 4x4 pressure treated lumber as posts and staple hardware cloth/wire fencing to it, which would be pretty easy to do. The worst part is digging the post holes. The other thing to worry about is if they try to dig underneath it. You can use chainlink to make an enclosure that will not require sinking posts, but it will be more expensive and chain link is a little harder to assemble. You can do the same with with wood. Make frames that will rest on the ground that you staple the hardware cloth/wire fencing to and maybe just sink posts as the corners for stability. You can get some other ideas here:

    • Tonya Tonya on Jul 05, 2018

      I have a large pit/lab mix but she doesn’t try to get out of the fenced area we have (4 feet high) the back area of our yard is fenced with wood (6 feet high) is like to enclose the full length which is about 75 feet long with the back wood fence as part of fence area... not sure if this is making sense. I don’t want her or other small dog we have enclosed in a small 12x12 area. I want to make a fence maybe 12 wide with the whole length of the other fence.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jul 02, 2018

  • Ann Ann on Jul 03, 2018
    , How a bought a pallet fence, just put in stakes and slot pallets over and screw up

    • Tonya Tonya on Jul 05, 2018

      Actually a good idea...what exactly is used as post? And to attach the pallets?

  • Mogie Mogie on Jul 03, 2018
    Paint it a dark brown and it looks much better.

    • Tonya Tonya on Jul 05, 2018

      This video will not play. Wish it would I’d love to see how this is done exactly

  • Seth Seth on Jul 05, 2018

    Look at this You Tube. Not the prettiest, but probably the easiest to build.

  • Ann Ann on Jul 06, 2018
    How a bought metal stakes driven into ground, I then used cable ties, or if wooden stakes you could just use wood screws, :)