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    DefaultFence escaping

    Well it turns out that LIndy is a bit smaller then we had thought and she can fit through the slats in our fencing. What can I buy to line the inside with so she can't get through?

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    DefaultRe: Fence escaping

    I wouldn't leave her unattended, even when she get's too big to fit through the slats.
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    We don't leaver her unattended even now. She is just so quick that she walks around sniffing and sniffing and then, boom, she slips through. We have her on a leash every time now even though it's fenced in. I just thought maybe there was something we could put on the bottom half so she couldn't get through at all.

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    DefaultRe: Fence escaping

    As a temporary addition, you could go to your local Hardware store and buy some lighweight "chicken wire" fencing. This is usually inexpensive and would give a good barrier until she is big enough to not "slip through" your fence (it is also thin wire so you couldn't see it behind your fence if you're concerned with appearance). After she is big enough, you could remove and discard it. Just an idea.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly
    As a temporary addition, you could go to your local Hardware store and buy some lighweight "chicken wire" fencing. This is usually inexpensive and would give a good barrier until she is big enough to not "slip through" your fence (it is also thin wire so you couldn't see it behind your fence if you're concerned with appearance). After she is big enough, you could remove and discard it. Just an idea.....
    Chicken wire -- or something like that -- was going to be my suggestion too. You probably won't need it for long ... they grow so darn fast.

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    Yeah, by the time you go to the store and get it, and put it up, you won't need it anymore.

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