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Exclusion and cluster fencing options

Fencing is perhaps the best method of excluding wild dogs from an area, but a high level of maintenance is needed to keep fences dog proof. Netting or electric fencing can both be effective barriers, but it is necessary to eradicate dogs from inside fenced areas. Well-maintained fences can stop wild dogs from crossing over, but they can’t stop dogs from going around them, and might also prevent wild dogs from leaving once they have got in.

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