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What is a Coyote Roller?

  • Coyote Rollers are a 4ft long aluminum rod that attaches to your fence.
  • They spin when an animal touches them with its front paws to pull itself over. This keeps them from getting a paw-hold and rolling backward.
  • Coyote Rollers need to be installed where the pet will place his front feet. That is usually at the very top of your fence.  
  • Coyote Rollers do not need any maintenance and work in any weather.
  • They hold 250 lbs on center.

For illustrative purposes only, animals will land on their hind legs coming down.

Pet Capabilities:

  • On their first try, dogs and cats will first jump up and try to get a paw hold on the top of the fence. 
  • Some pets may try climbing the fence, using what is available on or nearby the fence to give them a boost.
  • Pets can spend a lot of time in a backyard and may get bored. They can be very motivated to get out and have the time to try and try again.
  • Sometime multiple methods may be needed to keep determined pets in.

Learn more about dogs and cat motivations


Your Backyard Fence

  • We recommend fence height of 6ft. Your situation could allow for a shorter fence for Coyote Rollers to work. Every backyard/pet situation is different. 
  • Some larger athletic dog breeds and especially cats could hop over a shorter fence and never touch the top of it. We need the pets to use the Roller to pull up on.
  • Nearly any fence style is enough; Wood, Iron, Mason, Chain Link, Vinyl. It needs to have a solid top rail for bracket installation. (ie: not a wire fence)
  • Make repairs as needed to ensure its in good condition

Coyote Rollers need to cover the top of your entire fence and gates that surround your yard. 

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Coyote Rollers are a humane solution for keeping pets IN the yard. Use our guidelines for the proper use of and installation for success. We may have suggestions for those 'tricky' situations too!


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