For some Siberian Huskies it seems that all the love and food in the world will not keep them from climbing the fence. Many owners ask, "Why is my Siberian Always trying to climb the fence?" The only answer is "To get to the other side." To a Siberian, there is always something more interesting in areas where they are not. There are several ways to improve containment. Increase the height of the fence, change the type of fence, add an invisible/electronic fence, or use a kennel with a roof.
The best fence to prevent climbing is a 6foot Wood Panel/Privacy/Shadowbox fence. A chain link fence may be adequate for some Siberians but others find it easy to climb. The addition of an invisible fence to chain link has provided a reasonably inexpensive solution to climbing and digging for many Siberian Husky owners. It is important to note that an invisible fence on its own is not enough to contain a Siberian Husky. However, the physical barrier of the chain link and the correction of the invisible fence works well in combination. Proper training is required for the invisible fence. Seek addition assistance for the training or other fence problems.
It is also important to look at the areas around the fence. Compost piles, wood piles and other items can serve as a step ladder over the fence. This curious Siberian certainly has a lot of chance for escape in this yard!
Take some time to look around your yard for these things.