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Deb Welch
Debbie Welch
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this up to a garden hose? So I could turn the water on & off only when the dog is outside?? I do NOT want a recirculating system. I find they get so scuzzy
My dogs would love this! How do you get one?
For male dogs, consider adding a marking post. Surely your dog needs a private fire hydrant.More: 8 Backyard Ideas to Delight Your DogSo You're Thinking
Oliver side yard for his private area...pretty funny for dogs in back yard...A dog's paradise in the back yard.
“fire hydrant” — redforestipm
Avant Garden
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Kentfield Artist's Garden
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Hog wire fence surrounding dog run with dog house. photo by Galen Fultz
What kind of gravel did you use for your dog run?
that my dogs would need to keep them in.
The fence etc LOOKS wonderful but I do see some problems. 1) the fence is too low for many dogs and the wire
This is perfect for my medium to large dogs. I've seen another 2x4 piece added to the top to give it extra height. So
wire grid is far too wide and injury can occur to the dog.
Any problem with the dog injuring his nose or paws by sticking them through 4" grid?
Maybe use for the fence between the dog run and the main yard.
panels with wood. Thinking the front yard would look nice with this.
matches your landscape style, whether you’re opting for a fully enclosed yard or a dog run. Go with picket fences for a cottage design, sleek horizontal boards
Some good ideas for dog yard
“Wire Fence” — shastaboz
Scot Eckley Inc
2 Reviews
Alfresco Living
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landscape that your dog can access? A splash fountain or stream is ideal, and you’ll enjoy it, too.
3. Dog fountains. Whether you have dogs or simply live
neighborhood with a large canine population, dog fountains are a welcome respite on long, hot walks. I've spotted dog water bowls on sidewalks outside cafés
take this opportunity to add a water feature to your landscape that your dog can access?” — Marianne LipanovichIn summer’s heat it’s important that your
attractive for us to look at.Full story: 8 Backyard Ideas to Delight Your Dog
Nice feature for the dog yard....Permanent water dish in the yard...For our dogs near their area
“Agua en la roca” — lemussaul
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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Paradise Valley Residence
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Instead of buying a fence because of the way it looks, why not consider a REAL dog fence that has been purposefully engineered to help contain your pet, and
to the materials that are used. Pet Playgrounds offers DIY non-electric dog fences kits and professional installation services nationwide. It keeps other
This would be a great enclosure for the dogs
of the yard closed off for the dogs good place to do their business like the fence
this fencing for dog runs too
“fence for dog run” — Melodie OBryan
Grounded Landscape Designs
Sprague Residence
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installing artificial grass for your puppy/dog, I encourage you to compare the drainage on your turf choices. The famous Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan recently chose
is very pricey and sold by the square foot. they dig out and level your yard and put a couple of layers of different grades of aggregate as a draining
it looks like synlawn to me. i have it in my back yard. there are a few styles to choose from, but it looks very real.
Create separate areas for "bathrooms"...dogs may prefer gravel
possible to train dogs to go in just one or two places in your yard.
pet. It takes some work, but is possible to train dogs to go in just one or two places in your yard. The ingenious locale shown here is hidden behind a
I'd like to put small trees in dog run
“Easyturf” — lstearns123
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
4 Reviews
Blackwell
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dog yard area...dog yard
“outdoor path” — trxx
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
18 Reviews
Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
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Mom's really happy now that I don't drag mud into the house! ... Bailey the dog. Photo by Danna Cain
project where coyotes where a major concern and threat for clients 2 small dogs. Research showed that coyotes usually dig rather than jump over fence. So
has not had any issues with coyotes entering the property, however, the 2 dogs are not left outside overnight, so possibly there isn't sufficient "prey"
especially, as interlopers. Our yards are large and separated by woods and a hill. Our neighbors, who are great, had no idea their dog was charging down the wooded
6. Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
Paths for the dogs to prowl...dogs need prowl and patrol paths too...dogs love paths too love the daisies
“Path” — stefadika
G. M. Roth Design Remodeling, Inc
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N. Andover, MA
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Can you tell me the flowers used here, around the dog?
1. Know Your DogIf you've ever struggled with keeping your landscape together when your dog seems to have other ideas, consider replacing your pet with
with this dog statue. Just kidding! Of course there are ways to live in harmony.Every dog is unique, but different breeds tend to have different traits. Terriers
dive into water. What's more, every dog has its own special personality and character traits, too. Knowing how your dog approaches life — will he or she be
outside dog. After you take enough morning walks and trips to the coffee shop with your best friend in tow, it’s funny how people begin to use your dog as a
Where can I find the dog sculpture?...Love the dog in the yard...Love the dog sculpture and the house
“cute” — abby_rose47
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