Hello Craig, You can't successfully relocate a rabbit nest. The female will not go looking for the young in a new nest. She will just abandon the young and they will starve to death or get taken by predators. So for this nest, I'd recommend walking the dogs on a leash for another week and half. I know what a pain that is because I have two dogs and a fenced yard and am surrounded by female rabbits that just don't seem to get that my backyard is not baby bunny friendly when the dogs are outside alone. The leash is extra work, but it is cheap and effective. To deter future nests, you'll have to keep the adult rabbits out, which means modifying the chain link fence. Any depressions under the fence have to be filled in. It doesn't take much for them to be able to squeeze under the fence. And using hardware cloth or another smaller-gauge wire at the base of the fence will keep field rats or small rabbits from squeezing through the chain link fence. To be sure, it is a time-consuming task and not inexpensive. But it is the best option for keeping the rabbits out. Chemical deterrents won't work. And unfortunately, the presence of dogs won't either. Coming from someone who is on their third backyard rabbit nest of the season...Good luck!