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You may have to bury chain link fence under the kennel to keep them from digging down. Put the fencing down, connect it to the standing fence and cover it with dirt. This video may help with a different idea.
Wow those are some determined dogs!
The first thing that came to mind is pound in some rebar stakes in through the woven fence and down into the ground.
The rebar and plastic straps would be attached to the weave and adjust to the area you are securing in the fence.
Hi Tamanie! That is quite a problem for you! That is too bad. You might have to go with a stronger fencing. Here are some links for you to consider. My best to you!
Sounds as though your dogs suffer from separation anxiety. You may wish to speak with an animal expert, to cease this behavior, now. In the interim, try spraying the perimeter with clove oil, peppermint oil, citrus oils, and or garlic, which tend to deter dogs. Essential oil or the plants of Ruta Graveolens also tend to deter dogs.
Hey guys thanks for all the great ideals. Well I guess I know what I'll be doing this weekend if it doesn't rain.
Sounds like your dogs do not like being in a chain link kennel outside all the time.....