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Re: Fence Height Allowed in Zurich

Thanks very much Meloncollie, you've been very helpful. The dogs are already registered with passports, so sorted.
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..... There is currently a wire fence there about 1m that used to keep a smaller dog in. Unfortunately one of my rottweilers is a jumper and this is not sufficient. 1.5m would be great though.
Once you have the written agreement to increase the fence height, it may be worth considering extending the height of the existing fence rather than replacing it. The extendion could be horizontal wires or trellis panels for instance. This may be a better option as you are renting as it would not affect the existing fence and could be removed at a later date if necessary. It would also be a much cheaper option.
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Once you have the written agreement to increase the fence height, it may be worth considering extending the height of the existing fence rather than replacing it. The extendion could be horizontal wires or trellis panels for instance. This may be a better option as you are renting as it would not affect the existing fence and could be removed at a later date if necessary. It would also be a much cheaper option.
That's exactly what I would do in the OP's situation.
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Hi
Did you ever get your fence issue resolved ?
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