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No Dig Dog Fences

Wrought Iron and Other Picket Fences A lot of no dig dog fences these days employ wrought iron pickets that come all the way down to the ground. That’s a good solution for the purveyors of wrought iron fences, but it has drawbacks. First, it’s expensive. Second, it neglects height, because many of these no dig dog …

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DIY Dog Fence

Build Your Own Fence Using McGregor Fence Guidance, Supplies and Videos How to Build Your Own Dog Fence with Our Help Installing any of our DIY dog fences is really easy. (To confirm this see our installation videos.) You can build it yourself or get a landscaper or handyman to do it. But you do want …

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