Fence With Windows. perfect for the dogs.

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Drywall, vinyl fencing, wooden doors, and wooden panel fencing are perfect materials for installing the PetPeek dog fence window. All necessary hardware is included along with installation instructions.
The Happy Homebodies: DIY Fence Windows for Dogs: Tutorial
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Because as a dog owner it is your responsibility to providing gentle guidance to you dog, you want to make sure you are in charge of certain areas of the home and it's not your dog's responsibility. Prevent your dog from charging at the window, fence or door. Stay in front of the window or door when you recognize a trigger and feed your dog treats the moment he recognizes it before he has a chance to react. Limit access to areas where your dog tends to engage in territorial behaviors and you cannot provide guidance. Repurposed our old deck railing for a window in fence for dogs.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Happy Homebodies: DIY Fence Windows for Dogs: Tutorial
Photo provided by FlickrThe Happy Homebodies: DIY Fence Windows for Dogs: Tutorial
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Dog Window in Fence • horticulture photographer, garden photographer, garden pictures, stock photography, horticulture photography, botanical library, doreen wynja, plant photographyLets face it, you're dog is a nosy little bastard. You have a big tall wooden fence, and he hears all sorts of sounds coming from the other side of it, but can't see through it. If you would be so kind to your dog as to install the Pet-Peek window in your wooden fence, your dog will certainly not have to worry anymore about whats on the side of that damn fence! If your dog still feels like investigating further he can feel free to bark for hours-on-end until he feels he has concluded the investigation, either that or until the bubbled window becomes too foggy for him to see through anymore.Show some puppy love with this bone-shape fence window. Made with a downloadable stencil and an acrylic sheet, it provides a view of the outside world -- without letting your dog escape into it.As you may know or may not know, Dax, our puppy labradoodle, enjoys chewing on the dog flaps to the doggy door, the outdoor grill, and pretty much anything that makes its way into our backyard. (RIP) We noticed that Dax loves to look outside our windows in our home and he relaxes when he is on the balcony “people watching”. My husband had a great idea and many of my friends also suggested that we put windows in the fence so Dax could look outside and see what is going on out beyond his small backyard.The Pet-Peek Fence Window for your dog is easily installed using the included black rim trim along all the included hardware. The window should be installed roughly 24-36 inches from the ground (depending on how tall your dog is), and use four 1.5 inch step bolts to attach the window to the fence (which are included).The hubby got to work and I am very impressed by the end result. It’s been a week since the windows were installed and the dog flaps have stayed put. I hope this will help reduce his boredom and chewing spree. I have to give all my kudos to my wonderful husband for coming up with the idea and making it happen. Please note that we did not put windows in the fence that we shared with our neighbor. I don’t think she would have liked that idea.