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Rv dog tie out

Rv dog tie out

Rv dog tie out.

We have a 12 month old beagle mix that is getting aggressive when he is left in the back yard alone and wants to get out all the time. He is not in his crate at all during the day. We are not home most of the time during the day because he is so destructive. What would be a good product to tie him up in the yard with? He would need to get out and back in every 4 hours or so, and we live in an apartment, so a lot of walking is involved.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

I have 2 of my pups in my back yard. I used a 6 foot long dog tie out. I set it out the night before so that he could get out, and leave the door open. He can come and go as he please. The only thing is that if he wants to come in, he has to push the door open. This is what I do for them.

There is a little more involved then that, and I don't want to scare you. I have 2 other pups that get out of their yard often. I have them tied up with noose-style dog ties. The dog gets out of his yard everytime he wants. Then I have to be there to pick him up. If I don't have him up, I worry about him wandering and getting run over, hurt, or killed. It can happen. That's why I am so involved with them being able to come and go from their yard, because I don't want to have to worry about them getting out.

As far as I know, there is not an easier or a quicker way to get a dog tied up. I have been using that method for a while. It just takes a bit of time to get them in there.

I use a 10' nylon dog tie. It has a double nylon rope for added durability. The nylon rope goes through the top of the door and is tied around the dog's neck. They can't get loose.

It's easy to do. Just hang the dog tie out of reach from where you live in a tree, fence, or post, so that you can easily grab it if he wants to get out, then tie it around his neck.

You'll need to make a "dog tie out" of something soft.

This method does require that you be around all the time. If your neighbors don't like the idea, then you might want to think about a house/dog pen.

My other suggestion would be to get one of those pet/small animal contnment systems.

I have one and it's nice.

If it's for your own safety, you have to set the system up so that he can't get loose. Then put a fence around it to keep him in.

That's where the problem is. He's not aggressive, but he has a lot of energy, and I'm not going to tie him up. I think a yard dog is not a good choice for a pet/small animal system. They should be kept in a safe area.

My neighbors have no problem with the tie-out because they can see the dog. That's the only reason I do it.

I've also used the large nylon "dog tie out." We had to tie the dogs' heads down because the tls would hang out over the gate. Then we got one of those old fashioned locks to bolt the gate shut. The dogs could still get out but it took longer for them to get out. I don't remember what type of locks they were but there was one lock that had two parts. It was a big key, like a big screwdriver. There was a big metal handle with two pieces that fit in each other. You could use the handle to bolt or unlock the door. If the dogs were very restless they could knock it off and out. You had to put them in, and then you had to let them out, and then take them back in. They had to learn it. The only problem was the key. We had a key to the lock and then the key to the dogs' collars.

I would get something that the dog can't chew through easily, and a gate lock that can't be opened by chewing.

You don't have to spend a lot. The nylon tie-out is easy and cheap to make.

I wouldn't do any of that if I didn't have to. We don't want our dog to get out at all. We don't even know who is in our back yard. I don't want him getting out of our yard or the back yard next door. I just don't think I could handle the whole thing if he wanted to get out.

I'm going to get one of those dog fences, but the one I have now will be perfect for my 12 year old boy. He is not aggressive or anything, but he's just not right on the fence. So that's what I'm going to get him.

There are 3 dogs in our house. One of them can get over the fence, but the other 2, we just let them wander around.

We have a 12 month old beagle mix that is getting aggressive when he is left in the back yard alone and wants to get out all the time. He is not in his crate at all during the day. We are not home most of the time during the day because he is so destructive. What would be a good product to tie him up in the yard with? He would need to get out and back in every 4 hours or so, and we live in an apartment, so a lot of walking is involved.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

We have a 12 month old beagle mix that is getting aggressive when he is left in the back yard alone and wants to get out all the time. He is not in his crate at all during the day. We are not home most of the time during the day because he is so destructive. What would be a good product to tie him up in the yard with? He would need to get out