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1,792 Dog Outdoor Design Photos
Scot Eckley Inc
dog water bowl outside like this and maybe in courtyard too
Dog bath tub out side under faucet
Beautiful and easy way for my dogs to get water whenever they want.
Would be good for dogs if I don't do automatic waterer
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 in a 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
Pat Bernard Design, Inc.
A dog run doesn't have to be a cage but separation is sometimes necessary especially with a multiple-dog household. Photos by Pat Bernard
dog area fence with wood posts
Fencing & dog area within yard
incorporated dog run, plants on the outside
Dog run. Fence with plant boundary
nice dog fence for leslie and matt
dogs own fence! within the fence! LOVE IT
first. Dogs may have descended from free-ranging wolves, but our domesticated friends do best with boundaries. You might opt for a fully fenced backyard or a dog run within a larger area. Either way, you’ll know your dog is both happy and safe.
bring your dog home, make sure to properly introduce him to the neighbors. This simple step can save you a load of future trouble. You'll know if your neighbors love dogs or if there is any hesitancy or anxiety. Tell your neighbor your intentions: You want to be responsible and a good neighbor. And ask them
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Tunnels for dogs to go through
love this idea on smaller scale for dog's area
Interesting to dogs .. adult appeal
Create shady fun play area for dogs
love this for your dog! and kids too!
hint from dog play courses and consider using plants and hardscaping to create obstacles to weave through, balance beams to walk on or tunnels to roam through. The one shown here is also people size, but you can always create one that’s just dog size. It can be your pet’s hiding spot. Even dogs sometimes
unless the dog poses an immediate threat and your neighbor refuses to take direct action.If you are the dog owner:Stay calm. This may be difficult. Your neighbor's concerns may feel like an attack. At the very least it's uncomfortable hearing your beloved dog is being a pest.Listen. You may be tempted to
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Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Love this dog door and shower
dog door and dog wash outside
Could make an outisde room for dog bath and dog door
outdoor shower and dog wash area
outdoor watering and shower for dogs
outdoor shower with dog watering ability
boots and dogs. A shower near the mudroom door is a great place to clean up before going inside.
Ask the guardian to keep the dog leashed outside (weather permitting). As with all things, it's your house, your rules. If the dog is barking too much or for too long, then perhaps it's best to move the
human-and-dog shower combo (except when the dogs escape while soapy and make a break through the dog door). I love the clean, white corner. Simple and modern.
favorite dog photos on Houzz, because it shows design tailored just for canines. The outdoor shower cleans off messy paws and fur, and the small opening in the wall lets the dogs enter and exit the house at their own will.
Good idea when getting a dog
Designate a place for dogs to pee
perfect for a dog...fake fire hydrant with rocks around it so the ground doesn't yellow....
a marking spot for dogs?? this could
something my dog can use in a couple of ways
If we have a male dog, we could also do this
dog pee invitation to encourage dogs to pee over gravel/away from plants
personal fire hydrant for dog corner
This would be so fun in a dog yard
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 About Getting a Dog
Grounded Landscape Designs
puppy/dog, I encourage you to compare the drainage on your turf choices. The famous Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan recently chose to install EasyTurf at his ranch, mostly because of the drainage capabilities EasyTurf has compared to others. The look, feel, and durability also factored in his choice. Check
dogs prefer gravel to grass for potty business
Gravel Patch for dog to pee
Idea for bathroom spot for dogs. Another option for a bathroom spot is a gravel patch that can easily be hosed down; dogs often prefer gravel
Outdoor dog runs: synthetic grass/turf, gravel. Protected by wood fence, also nice looking.
Dog run for side of the house
train dogs to go in just one or two places in your yard. The ingenious locale shown here is hidden behind a fence. Another option for a bathroom spot is a gravel patch that can easily be hosed down; dogs often prefer gravel to grass anyway.
Kentfield Artist's Garden
surrounding dog run with dog house. photo by Galen Fultz
with the dog injuring his nose or paws by sticking them through 4" grid?
I like this fence style for a dog run.
Dog fencing for a corral, dog run
Dog run fencing. We'd need higher. Smaller holes, so Mist can't get out.
Fencing and dog area within yard
yard or a dog run. Go with picket fences for a cottage design, sleek horizontal boards for a contemporary look or posts and wire for a rustic feel. No matter what style you choose, make sure it is sturdy enough to contain your family friend and designed so a curious dog can’t get stuck between the boards
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
Bailey the dog. Photo by Danna Cain
small dogs. Research showed that coyotes usually dig rather than jump over fence. So, at that site, 2' of wire fencing was buried at the base of their privacy fence. Large metal hooks were used to hold it down. Since the wire fencing was buried it wasn't unsightly. The client reports that she has not
the 2 dogs are not left outside overnight, so possibly there isn't sufficient "prey" for the coyotes to want to try very hard to enter. I've heard of great success using electrical fencing but I haven't installed that so I have no other input in that regards. It appears that the fencing needs to be more
tired dog is a good dog, whereas an unexercised or bored dog will look for trouble. Provide space where your dog can run and chase, and you will have far fewer problems. Make the space as large as possible to keep your dog entertained.