Chain Link Fence for Dogs

2.5mm+ European-made chain link fence suited to dog proofing for all small to large dog breeds. 

  • Complies with British standards for kennels
  • Next day delivery
  • Multi purchase discount

Full product details


Product Information

Best suited to:

High jumping breeds

– select 1.8m (6ft) – 2.4m (8ft) for the very highest jumpers

Powerful breeds

– select 2.5mm+ options to keep out the most powerful breeds

Good climbers

– 50mm x 50mm is suitable to prevent most paws from sliding into mesh holes.


Very small breeds

 – the smallest dogs may be able to slide their paws into the mesh holes

Small breeds


Medium breeds


Large breeds


Very large breeds




Cost per sq meter (starting from)


Discounts for multi purchase

– viewable on product pages & automatically calculated for you during checkout

Minimum qty available to purchase


Jumping: prevents jumping over?


Very small breeds


Small breeds


Medium breeds


Large breeds


Very large breeds


Max height available

2.4m (7.8ft)

Increase height 

Add extra height using tension wire (download instructions)

Climbing: prevents climbing over? 


Very small breeds

 – the smallest dogs may be able to slide their paws into the mesh holes

Small breeds


Medium breeds


Large breeds


Very Large breeds


Smallest hole size available

50mm x 50mm

Strength: prevents pushing over or chewing through wire?


Very small breeds


Small breeds


Medium breeds


Large breeds


Very large breeds




Suited to indoors


Suited to outdoors

 – see indoor dog fence options

Run or exercise area


Partition off driveways


Portable: good for caravan, camping, etc

Kennels and enclosures


– meets Government standards for boarding and breeding



Delivered as


Made in


Conforms to British Manufacturing Standards




Maximum height availability

2.4m (7.8ft)

Mesh material

Galvanised steel or PVC coated

Mesh construction


Hole size available

50mm x 50mm

Wire diameter (gauge)


Smooth edge

– prevents canines from injuring themselves on sharp edges


Can be joined together to create any length required


Grey or green

Average product weight

20kg per roll

Strength & environment


Corrosion resistant


Abrasion resistance

Very high

Life expectancy under normal conditions

25 Years

Suited to Environments


Installation & maintenance


Speed of installation


Experience required to install


Can be installed with wooden posts?


Can be installed with metal posts?


Can stand alone without posts?


Join together using

Radisseurs & tension wire

Cutting method

Unloop chainlink

Requires protective glove for handling


Installation instructions




General look

Green or grey diamond mesh

Invisible from a distance


Can be disguised

Yes, can easily be covered by climbing plants up the mesh or using garden screening

Example installation

Also stops?










Pigs, sheep, etc


View all animal and pet fencing

Installation Instructions

To Do Explanation

Step 1 – Plan & Measure


Use spray paint or a similar marking tool to measure and mark the locations of your posts. Ensure that the distance between each post is between 2 m and 2.5 m.


After marking the posts, measure the total length between the ends. This measurement will enable you to order the appropriate length of fencing needed.

Step 2 – Dig Holes



Utilize a spade to excavate a hole at each of the marked locations.


Ensure that the holes are three times wider than the poles in diameter. The depth of the holes should be equivalent to 1/3 of the length of the poles.

Step 3 – Position Upright Posts



With Concrete: For optimal outcomes, begin by filling the holes with 4 inches of gravel, compacting it firmly. Then, add a layer of 6 inches of concrete on top. Place the poles into the wet concrete and allow a minimum of 1 day for the concrete to cure. Finally, fill the remaining space in the holes with dirt.


Without Concrete: Position the poles centrally within the holes, then use large stones to stabilize them in place. Subsequently, fill the holes with earth until tight and compact.

Step 4 – Check for Straightness



Utilize a spirit level to ensure that your poles are perfectly straight, then firmly secure them in place. This step is crucial to guaranteeing a straight fence line.


Once all poles are properly positioned, allow several days for the concrete to fully dry and set.

Step 5 – Position End Posts Correctly



Ensure that the end poles have a slot for the angle support, positioning it towards the direction of the fence run.

Step 6 – Position Corner Posts Correctly



The corner poles should feature slots on two adjoining sides, aligning them towards the two fence runs that the corner is joining.


Step 7 – Attach Angle Supports to End Posts



Insert an angle support into the pre-made slot on the end pole.


Note: If there is no pre-made slot available, adhere to the general guideline of attaching the brace at 2/3rd of the upright’s height and at a 45-degree angle.


Position the supports at the appropriate locations to ascertain where the holes need to be dug.


Excavate the hole, then place rubble at the bottom of it. Insert the angle support into the hole.


Cover the hole surrounding the angle support with soil and compact it firmly by stomping it down. Alternatively, you can also use concrete to secure it in place.

Step 8 – Attach Angle Supports to Corners



Repeat step 7 for the two angle supports required by the corner post.

Step 9 – Mark Location for Tensioning Wire



Chain link fencing requires tensioning with multiple lines of wire:

– 2 lines are enough for heights up to 1.2 metres.
– 3 lines are needed above 1.2 metres in height.


Mark the position for each wire strand on all poles, ensuring consistency to maintain the wire strands level with the ground.

Step 10 – Attach Wire to First Post



Secure the first wire strand to the end pole at the lowest marked position.


Wrap it around the concrete, twist it backward, and wind it around itself 4-5 times to firmly secure the tension.

Step 11 – Attach Radisseurs



Utilize separate pieces of wire to securely fasten the radisseurs to the corner and end posts.


Note: Skip to step 14 if radisseurs are not available.

Step 12 – Connect Wire to Radisseur



Upon reaching the first radisseur, cut the first line of tensioning wire, leaving an additional 10cm of length for adjustment.



Thread the wire through the hole located in the center of the radisseur.

Step 13 – Tension the Wire



Employ pliers to rotate the pin on the radisseur in a clockwise direction.

Step 14 – Alternative with No Radisseur



If a radisseur is unavailable, twist the wire around the pole and wind it around itself 4-5 times as an alternative method.


Note: Utilizing this method will indeed result in less tension compared to using a radisseur.

Step 15 – Attach Wire to Intermediates



Secure the wire to the intermediate poles using cable ties or tying wire.

Step 16 – Attach Remaining Wire



Secure the remaining wire strands by repeating steps 10-13.

Step 17 – Start Attaching Mesh



Unroll enough mesh to cover the distance between the first two uprights.



Important: Ensure that you unroll the mesh with the roll standing upright or placed on a flat and even surface, with the flap facing upwards to prevent snagging.



Fasten the mesh to the first pole using cable ties (or tie wire) at intervals of 15cm.

Step 18 – Pull Tight



Stretch the mesh tightly, then attach it to the next pole using cable ties.

Step 19 – Attach Remaining Mesh



Continue securing the remaining section of the mesh by following the process described in steps 17 and 18.

Step 20 – Secure to Tension Wire



Ensure to secure the tensioning wire to the fence at multiple points to uphold the tension of the fence.