Does your four-footed friend often run back and forth alongside the fence in hopes of catching a glimpse of what’s on the other side? Consider adding a peek-through window to your fence. It can help stop excessive barking since the dog will be able to see what they smell or hear just outside the fence. It will also encourage dogs to stay within one area of the yard. Lastly, it’s a great way for neighboring dogs to familiarize themselves with one another without full-fledged physical interaction.
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