I have updated my old coop/run configuration since my Lab/ACD mix puppy (now 49.5lbs, 9 months old) started digging under the wire and got/killed one of my chickens trying to play I guess. Old configuration. Note the then 7 month old puppy looking at the chickens. The broken concrete rocks around the perimeter worked for awhile but he soon was strong enough to move them. Enter new configuration. Four corner and gate end posts are cemented, but the others are not. Bird netting across top and 2x4 welded wire around bottom of run. Problem now is he figured out how to pull the netting off and has attempted to launch himself into the run once. I'm sure it will be repeated. I don't want to put welded up top so we are going with hot wire perimeter. New configuration. 2x4 welded is stapled onto the 2x4boards and buried 12" into the ground around the perimeter (except at gate). The picture with no chickens at the gate is the back gate. The one with everyone crowded at the gate is the main gate. The other shows the netting and welded wire set up. My pup has already begun trying to dig down to no avail. And you can see some areas where he tried to breached the netting. He's managed to break off only one zip tie so far and I've replaced that with three others for the time being. This is what I ordered to install. 500 ft poly wire, (2) 25 pack of yellow clips, charger, and (4) gate holders. My goal is to wrap the run and I guess gates twice (there is a back and a main gate). One set of wires running around 6" off the ground attached to the wood posts. Second wire running at 15" off ground? I know I need to ground the set up so I plan to pick up (3) 5' rebar stakes and clamps at Home depot. Our land is pretty soggy most of the time so I don't think I'll need to go far before hitting water. Any advice on how to actually hang the wire around the perimeter would be greatly appreciated. Including how to do the gates. Both gates swing outward from the run.