If your property pins are not clearly marked then a land survey is your best bet. You probably purchased one when you bought your home and it’s probably in your closing papers (see your associate for an example). If one is not available and there are concerns that your fence may encroach upon your neighbor’s property, Your Land Fence offers affordable Land Surveys Fee.
Some neighborhoods have HOA guidelines that have to be abided by before construction can begin. You should have a neighborhood packet with the closing papers from when you purchased your home or they may be obtained by contacting a member of your HOA. Your Land Fence will provide a detailed drawing of the outline of your fence – see final page (height, picket spacing, and placement of gates) and a description of the materials to be used.
Do some research on line to see the different breeds and their jumping abilities. Most dogs won’t attempt to climb or jump out of 4’ high fence. VERY few have the ability or desire to try to jump a 6’ fence