So, our Invisible Fence thing doesn't work for the husky... Period... no if's and's or but's about it, he's just untrainable to a fence he can't physically see. That being the case, Invisible Fence is cutting us a check for $1200.00, which I plan to put towards a split rail fence to go around our whole back yard... now, I know you are thinking a split rail fence won't contain the husky either, being so "open" and all, but we have already considered that. We plan on a 3 rail, 4 foot high fence with welded wire mesh nailed to it like a cattle fence. The wire from the Invisible Fence is still in place, so we are also going to head over to Home Depot and buy a PetSafe brand invisible fence, which is only a few hundred dollars, and will be used as further deterent to the Husky to stay the hell away from the fence. Now, the welded wire is about $100.00 a roll, so right there with my 900 odd feet of lawn perimeter, I'm at $900... The PetSafe invisible fence is $300, so that's the remainder of our $1200 refund. I have been searching for split rail fencing all fricken night... I'd like to go with cedar, because it's low maintenance, and I like the way it looks... but I don't want to spend $4000+ on just lumber for 900 feet of fence. I also don't want to buy chainlink fence, since we are in a neighborhood that doesn't have any fencing in anyone's yard, so I want to make it as unintrusive as possible. So if any of you guys work for a fencing vendor, or know where I can get split rail fencing on the cheap, I'd greatly appreciate it... spending $5000 to keep my dogs contained is not "out of the question", but if I can keep it under $3000, I'd be a happy camper.