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Artisan Kitchens LLC
10 Reviews
Seaside whimsy in Centerville, MA
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A special way to keep dog dishes out from underfoot. Dogbone drawers hold treats, leashes and other supplies. Pullout cabinet on left of island holds bulk dogfood.
Love the dog dishes! My dog is very messy when she drinks, is water damage a concern?
My dog is a Black Lab and she dribbles water out of her jowls after she drinks water. Is that section of the island
love love love the dog area but have 5 dogs
is one of these a water bowl? Where do you keep the dog waterer?
keep the dog bowls how adorable ! my whole kitchen is going to be done in wood rustic design no color except on backsplash Indian colors and maybe possibly with some kind of Indian border design around the top of the room above the cabinets !
“Dog bowels” — laraontherun
Deb Welch
Debbie Welch
Ideabooks1,657
Questions2
FOUND ONE THAT LOOKS JUST LIKE THIS IN A GREAT GIFT STORE IN LAKE HAVASU ARIZONA,,,,IT WAS ALMOST IDENTICAL....WOULD BE FUN IN THE YARD FOR MY TWO DOGS
perfect for a dog...fake fire hydrant with rocks around it so the ground doesn't yellow....
a marking spot for dogs?? this could
My dogs would love this! How do you get one?
dog friendly to keep lawn healthy??
For male dogs, consider adding a marking
Good idea when getting a dog
Designate a place for dogs to pee
this is cool water feature maybe something my dog can use in a couple
If we have a male dog, we could also do this
dog pee invitation to encourage dogs to pee over gravel/away from plants
For male dogs, consider adding a marking post. Surely your dog needs a
“Dogs” — 124marianne
Parkyn Design
10 Reviews
The Cottage
Ideabooks19,561
Questions6
utilitarian bathroom which will include a small shower. Is the shower also for humans, and will it require a curtain? We would also like to use it for our dogs which have the same expressions as the doggies pictured. I like the "no escape" door. Great design! Thanks.
The doorway is hinged to the side jam of the dog shower.
or for when non dog friendly guest visit so the dogs don't have to go outside. I'd make the door taller though.
perfect mudroom for dogs -- separate dog kennel that can double as dog wash
I'd like to have a place in the mudroom to wash dirty feet, shoes, dog.
having a pet station for cleaning your dog and storing food
Incorporate the washing station into the mudroom. Mudrooms are a very popular spot for dog wash stations. Dogs enter from the back or side door, and their muddy paws never make it into the rest of the house.
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Kaufman Construction Design and Build
14 Reviews
Addition and Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks323
Questions0
is good; for dogs with longish fur, you may want to avoid even small mulch, because it will attach to your dog and end up all over your house.
Concrete, brick, flagstone, smooth river stones and smooth gravel are great for dog paws. Using fine bark as a mulch works too, but not cocoa mulch — ever. For smooth-coated dogs, thicker mulch is good; for dogs with
great for dog paws. Using fine bark as a mulch works too, but not cocoa mulch — ever. For smooth-coated dogs, thicker mulch is good; for dogs with longish fur, you may want to avoid even small mulch, because it will attach to your dog and end up all over your house.
good; for dogs with longish fur, you may want to avoid even small mulch, because it will attach to your dog and end up all over your house.
“cut out design!” — vdeb
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
Ideabooks1,269
Questions1
The walk from the driveway is flanked by beds of Liriope as a substitute for turfgrass. With two large dogs, keeping the old lawn in good shape required constant effort. The new planting scheme meets the client's goal to reduce maintenance
Dog friendly with Liriope instead of grass.
no mow grass...would have to be where dog doesn't go
“Alternative to Grass” — jujubee128
Kallweit Graham Architecture
7 Reviews
Bathroom renovation Vancouver | bathroom renovations Vancouver
Ideabooks5,469
Questions2
What are the dimensions of this dog shower? Love it!
Where can I find the paw print dog tiles?
We are building a dog wash and I dont know where to find paw tiles?
By Gavazzi can meet all your custom dog paw, fire hydrant, dog house and dog bone needs! I will place paws on your tile for as little as 5.00 per tile for a 4 x 4 or custom make fully vitrified tile at 3.00 per inch. Visit us on Etsy or www.tilesbygavazzi.com.
for older dogs. Other dog–friendly details here include a rack for hanging leashes and — wait, are those paw print tiles I see?
nice size dog shower for big
especially for older dogs. Other dogfriendly details here include a rack for hanging leashes and — wait, are those paw print tiles I see?
“SIZE” — beanie1379
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan
Ideabooks4,363
Questions3
What breed is that amazing dog?
the dog is a Shiba Inu, best dog hands down. They are Japanese and from the Chow family actually! They;re hard to train as pups because they're stubborn so you need to get help training, but once they're passed that stage you will NEVER regret getting a shiba! I have one, Amaya (Amaya Love) and
A small pond or pool is another option, especially for water-loving dogs. But before you build or even allow access to an existing pool, do a safety check. Dogs should be able to get out easily if they fall
Cool water feature Like column dropping water Same as the last pix. Great dog-MF
check. Dogs should be able to get out easily if they fall in. This means a gently sloping side or easily accessible shallow steps.
“pond and path over pond” — hogancat
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks13,448
Questions7
I am thinking of placing this in a backyard full of large dog! Does this sound like a good idea or too unstable for dogs?
tamp? I have a small yard and the area immediately off the back steps has a dip to it. This section fills up with water and becomes a mess with my dogs every time it rains, and it has rained a lot this summer! I need a solution that will not be too expensive and that I can do myself, please. Thank
suppose this could be dog-friendly once the turf is established. I wouldn't do pebbles, as these would be kicked up onto the stones, and would become an on-going maintenance issue.
Well, it could get a bit messy if the dog likes to dig and scramble around. The slabs will support the dog's weight no problem
“Square with mulch” — Randi Craig
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