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Neighbor Makes Little Peek Holes for Penny The Nosy German Shepherd


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When your neighbor makes peek holes in her fence for your German Shepherd, you know you have a great neighbor!

Sometimes, dogs are curious and even a little nosy. They can't help but peek out to see what is going on in the world around them. You know the old saying, "the grass isn't always greener on the other side," but in this pup's case, it definitely is. Penny the German Shepherd likes to peek over the fence between her yard and her neighbor's. In fact, she does this so often that her neighbor thought she'd like some peek holes, so she didn't have to peer over the top of the fence.

This is the result. It's pretty darn adorable that a neighbor would do this for a dog that isn't even her own, but it just goes to show how German Shepherds can work their ways into just about anyone's heart.

What do you think - does Penny like her peek holes?

German Shepherd Peers Through Peek Holes

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Dogs love to be able to see what's going on, and when they can't, they may try to do anything they can to catch a glimpse of the world around them. Some dogs do really well with fencing that allows them to see people passing by their yard, but this same design can drive other dogs crazy. The right type of fencing for your dog will depend on your dog's personality and anxiety level.

No matter what type of fencing you use for your yard, make sure that it's safe, strong, and tall enough to discourage your dog from jumping out. Make a point of regularly inspecting your fencing for weak areas or places where your dog may be trying to dig under it. Strong, quality fencing is one of the best ways to keep your dog safe and at home.

Tell us what you think of the peek holes on our Wide Open Pets Facebook page!

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READ MORE: Everything You Need to Know About German Shepherds

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