We have adopted a Siberian Husky that spent the 1st year of her life running the streets of town, which she now knows well. Long story short, we asked the owner what she wanted to do with her and she said she wanted to surrender her so we took her in. What a sweetheart she is. We also have a husky so they have become good friends, but the problem is she still wants to run. She is a house dog but the time she is out she spends trying to figure out how to run.
We put up a 6 ft wood fence and she can clear it with ease. What next? I saw anti-jump harness and wonder if they are effective for strong fast dogs. Any thoughts would be great. If she has to live anchored to the ground when out I will do it for the saftey of her life but would sure love to give her some freedom in the safety of our yard. Thanks TerRose
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We have adopted a Siberian Husky that spent the 1st year of her liferunning the streets of town, which she ... saftey of herlife but would sure love to give her some freedom in the safety of our yard. Thanks TerRose

Hi ,
I got the impression the anti-jump harnessess were to stop dogs jumping up people , not fences.
I assume the dog would have limited walking movement . I dont know if it would be wise or safe to leave a dog in one of these unattended. Have you though about adding an overhang to the top of the fence? Has she been spayed ? Maybe more exercise and more chew toys will keep her more contented.
Alison
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We have adopted a Siberian Husky that spent the 1st year of her life running the streets of town, which ... of her life but would sure love to give her some freedom in the safety of our yard. Thanks TerRose

We have a fence jumper, but she was just clearing the tall gate. We put lattice up (although ours is more of a visual barrier than a physical one) which made the gate look much taller. She hasn't jumped it since.
We put up a 6 ft wood fence and she can clear it with ease. What next? I saw anti-jump harness and wonder if they are effective for strong fast dogs.

Anti-jump harness work by restricting the stretch between hind legs
and the dog's chest/forelegs. They work, but can't be left on a dog
who is in a yard unsupervised because there's too much danger of the
dog & harness getting caught on something.
The folks at No. Cal. Sled Dog Rescue have a whole lot of experience
with this problem. They recommend a Magnum kennel (run) for dogs that
have to be outside alone and/or a slanted ledge or half-roll of
fencing wire on the inside top of the fence.
Lynn K.
Thanks all for advice, I plan to get to work on them so our girl here can
have some fun in her own yard. Thanks again
TerRose
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