By Emily AndersonMore in Outdoors
Dog bones and toys
Wireless pet fence
Wireless pet barrier
Tip: With pet-friendly landscaping, you can have it both ways: a beautiful lawn and a happy dog.
Start by reinforcing dog’s habits.
Turn dog’s running track into mulch pathway.
Tip: Cover it with cedar chips or pine straw; cedar repels fleas; pine straw doesn’t stick to muzzles and isn’t as tasty as dark mulch.
To keep dog from digging up lawn, create out-of-the-way digging pit filled with sand.
Tip: Train dog to dig there by burying bones and toys.
Install exterior fence.
Tip: Wireless system can be adjusted to any size and needs no buried wires.
Use small wireless barriers to keep dog out of flowers and vegetables.
Tip: Many common plants, such as wisteria and foxglove, are toxic to pets.
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