Koko looks so good with his new 'do Pom!
I need some advice for my newest member of the family...the dog that "found" us a few weeks back. Yes, we decided to keep him, and we've called him "Homie" since he was homie-less, but now it seems as though Homie doesn't understand what it takes to keep a home....that he can't climb a 4' wooden fence!!!
In his effort to maintain that lovin' feeling (cuz he justs loves to be pet and talked to), shortly after we try and leave, he has learned how to climb over the fence to our shock and amazement. It's the most bizarre, hysterical, but serious thing you'd ever see.
We have a a short, cedar fence used to connect the house to the detached garage (the breezeway) and it has a gate so you can get into the backyard without having to go through the garage. He claws his way to the top and up and over he goes, but only if he knows we are leaving or standing in the front talking to neighbors and he can't stand not being part of the action.
We don't plan to stay in the house for more than a year longer so I don't want to do anything too expensive or that may be dangerous/and a pain for my children (like an electric shock wire). I can't replace the boards with a taller fence due to deed restrictions.
Has anyone had any exposure to stuff like this? We're thinking of the high frequency collars or sensors but didn't know if they were really effective.