Simple ideas to keep my 12 lb dog on porch?
Janet Pizaro on Jul 17, 2017https://www.pinterest.com/explore/deck-gate/?lp=trueHelpful Reply
Laura Wright on Jul 17, 2017When ours were babies we used chicken wire to contain them, This corral Was In The Living Room, it worked. Not very visible. Isn't she cute? She is 8 now.Helpful Reply
Susan Oglesby Canny on Jul 17, 2017You can use Cattle Panel Fencing, its sturdy and does not sag like wire. you can normally find it at Tractor Supply. If the dog is really little, you may want to use hardware cloth. It has very small blocks that will not allow a dog to get their head hung in and strangle them. The lattice shown above will work but will need to be painted and if you use the wooden one will eventually become brittle and need replacing.Helpful Reply
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