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Among my many projects, is the replacement of the redwood
colored plastic slats in the chainlink fencing that Homer-the-
Huge enjoyed destroying when he was young! Now that he is about to turn 6 yrs old I hope that he has outgrown this
habit & will leave it alone as I have covered each section with
construction fencing! (If this does not work, I will be forced
to use a fence charger)! (But soo far soo good)! (I do not
want to put Goober at risk)...but Homer seems to have gotten the message so far!
 

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Make sure you have some cold drink and shade when you do that.... this summer I think is going to be HOT!!!


and, yeah! What's a fence charger?
 

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We are in the process of putting up fencing for Molly too. The greyhounds can't squeeze thru slats so that was never a problem. Molly is so tiny that she can squash thru the plastic fencing we got for her. She is never out alone but I don't want a squished beagle! I know she would chew on the plastic stuff if she could too.
 

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Fence charger...The box that electrifies a wire fence & what
young boys like myself back in the day dared a friend to pee
on! Btw, this was in the 1960's! (I never peed on one myself, but
I did participate in the contest to see who can hold the wire the
longest)! Back then the voltages of charged fences were lower
than the modern ones today...but still enough to impress cattle
& humans alike!!!
 

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Be careful about using a fence charger, NR. An old dog like Goober could have a heat attack.
 
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