Your dog needs mental and physical stimulation!
The question should not be, "how can I physically trap and contain my dog?", rather, "why is my dog doing this, and how can it be corrected?".
she chewed up just about every piece of paper in our house. We solved that by getting chew toys.
No. Incorrect. By just buying chew toys, you haven't "solved" anything.
You need to play with those toys with your dog (fetch, tug of war, hide and seek, etc.).
Since your dog can't engage themself, that's where you as their owner must come in and help your dog.
Every dog needs physical and mental exercise and stimulation, when neglected in these areas, bad behavior such as "chewing up every piece of paper in our house" will surface.
For physical exercise, play with your dog in your yard, go on walks, run around, and have dog playdates.
In general, most dogs benefit from between 30 minutes to two hours of physical activity per day, according to PetMD. That can be all at once, but most people break it up into two or three walks per day. There’s no perfect formula to determine how long to walk your dog, but half an hour at a time is a good rule of thumb. Start with a gentle 30-minute walk in the morning, and another before dinner.
There’s really no limit to how far you walk your dog as long as they’re comfortable. For some dogs, that’s around the block. For others, it’s ten miles. Just remember to build distance and stamina gradually over time.
For mental stimulation, play games like hide and seek, practice tricks, and give your dog a challenge, like putting your dog's food in an egg carton. See https://www.puppyleaks.com/more-mental-stimulation/.
I am almost 100% confident that your dog needs more mental and physical stimulation, also because you say this:
We also have a lake that after escaping, she goes to and jumps in the mud.
See - she wants to play!
Is there any way I can train her to stay in the yard?
a) follow my advice to physically and mentally stimulate your dog;
b) watch your dog more often;
c) remove climbing aids and add landscaping.
Although I would recommend all three.
I added option c) because it will reduce escape attempts, but, ideally, you want to treat the cause, not the symptom.
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