Good Deed That’s Good for You
Like our Nevada Humane Society, many shelters are over capacity, with more animals admitted than adopted. When you adopt, you are saving a life. Not only are you providing a loving home but giving resources, protection, and needed care to more animals.
Any dog needs activities to keep them occupied. A fence allows your pet to run around, smell the outdoors, and interact with your neighbors without risking safety or escaping. A fenced yard will separate your pet from dangerous objects and keep them in designated areas to play and relax.
Here at Tahoe Fence, we love our yard dog, a three-month-old rescue puppy. Wally, or Walter Muddy, spends his days chasing butterflies and chewing sticks. He makes us laugh and take time to play. Getting him was a good deed that’s been good for everybody. It’s important for us to keep Wally safe, and with our enclosed property he is.
This Summer, help your Humane Society by adopting. And contact Tahoe Fence to secure your property and help protect the new additions to your family.
Pictured: Wally with his gate. It doesn’t fit in his bed, but he thinks it’s his. Walter Muddy playing under a wheelbarrow because dirt don’t hurt. And boss dog Wally watching over the fence yard from his office chair.