Keeping your garden protected from pets or other animals is a good idea. It is also good to keep your pets safe from possible dangers like eating fertilizer or plants that are toxic to them. Installing a custom North Shore fence would ensure that your garden is properly protected. This will prevent pets from destroying and eating vegetables in your garden, digging soil, and playing with other animals in the garden.

Having a good fence and the right height of at least 6ft would give you a better way to secure the garden and to make sure that pets can’t climb or jump over it. If you have a pet that can jump high it would be a good idea to make it a bit higher so that they would have a hard time. Avoid using a chain-link fence as there are some smart pets that could actually use the fence to climb over it. Of course, the same thing with what you need to the ground as they might dig there just to go across to the next part of the property lot there.

There are some house owner and pet lovers that they would try to make the place not visible to the dogs like they would make a fence with wall plants. In this way, it would not give them the idea that you are having a fence instead they would see and smell the grass and the plants on the wall. You need to lock as well the gate of the fence so that they could not go inside or push the gate as something heavy and big dogs could move. Choose the plants that are not too dangerous for your dogs like cactus as sometimes some of the cactus could have poisons on their torn or spines on the surface.

Of course, even if you say that you have the fence to keep the dogs away, still it is very important that you would make the garden always safe there. In this way, you need to stop growing those poisonous plants as some dogs might be very curious and they would try to bite or eat the plants in there. Don’t put anywhere your gardening tools as you need to keep them in an area that’s too hard for the kids and the pets to reach to avoid biting it. You could train your dogs as well to keep away from the soil or to avoid going to the plants in your lot.