To protect my dog, I decided to get our yard fenced in

A month ago was easily one of the worst months of our life, then my appealing chocolate lab, Lucky, had suddenly gone missing; she was actually well trained, and knew never to leave our yard.

She was always great with our last house, and even though the lake house was not fenced in, she always stayed, and recently every one of us moved, and I thought I taught her where our yard begins and where it ends, but she wandered off.

My up-to-date lake house also isn’t fenced in, so she could particularly saunter. When she didn’t return that night, that’s when our sheer panic set in, I then put up missing posters and a reward, and I went out and looked for her myself. However, that entire month was horrible, not knowing where she was, if she was okay, if someone had taken her. Thankfully, someone had found her and called myself and others about her. She was about to be sent to the pound, even though I managed to get her just in time. I was in tears from seeing her again. I never wanted to risk that again, no matter how well trained she might be, so I decided to get a substantial fence upgrade. There was a fence supplier close to myself and others that offered cheaper prices compared to some of the fence companies. I called him and every one of us agreed that an aluminum fence would look best in our yard, but aluminum fencing was kind of overpriced, but it was well worth every penny. I had the occasion to get an aluminum privacy fence, even though I was blissful with just a regular fence. The girl was available for the next afternoon, and she had it installed. It looked great and was sturdy, and now I can let our dog and cats out without worry.
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