867 Pets Outdoor Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Carmel Highlands
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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 need to get away from it all.
Fun play area for pets and people.
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 need to get away from it all.
Tunnels with beams to provide obstacle course for pets
love the tunnel for pet / visual interest
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 need to get away from it all.
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 need to get away from it all.More: So You're Thinking About Getting a Dog
“a place for pet privacy” — buddingdesire
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
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Take it outside. Homeowners are increasingly incorporating pet washing stations into their outdoor showers. All it takes is a handheld sprayer or showerhead that can reach down to the
Handheld shower heads to also wash pets.
Phil Kean Designs Take it outside. Homeowners are increasingly incorporating pet washing stations into their outdoor
sprayer for pets outside in the summer
refresh by outdoor pet shower — basking in afternoon sunlight, of course.
One of the trickiest parts of getting pets to bathe is making them feel comfortable. Installing an outdoor shower like the one shown here is bound to make your pet happier than plopping them in a tub. This outdoor pet shower is also
handheld nozzle.Please share your pet projects with us in the Comments section below. Your photo may be used in a future featured ideabook!More: 50 Dog Photos Worth a Wag8 Backyard Ideas to Delight Your Dog
“Don't forget we need to wash Gus...skip dog bath inside! Save MONEY!” — gmwl
California Waterscapes
1 Review
Pet Fountain
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water feature that is pet friendly
Can we change our drinking fountain to a pet fountain? How does it come on, can you recirculate the water?
3. Keep pets healthy and cool. Clean and sanitize pet spaces indoors, including food and water dishes and bedding. Provide outdoor pets with plenty of fresh water and shade throughout the day. Keep an eye out for ticks, which can be picked up especially easily at this time of year.8 Backyard Ideas to
My pets have always seemed to enjoy drinking water from everywhere but their own bowls. This bubbling fountain recirculates under the ground and provides a refreshing oasis for a pup during the day.
“Great for a pet- no Mosquitos” — emromanowski
Ana Williamson Architect
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Ana Williamson Architect
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Love it: Concrete paving Available in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a great way to create a playspace for kids and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can enjoy bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to
Love it: Concrete paving Available in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a great way to create a playspace for kids and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can enjoy bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to
Concrete Pavers kids and pets can't destroy
Love it: Concrete pavingAvailable in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a great way to create a playspace for kids and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can enjoy bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to create
“Cor Ten low wall” — Slone Architects
Bonick Landscaping
11 Reviews
Pool with Mosaic Wall and Fountain
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Chemicals are an obvious source of trouble if pets drink from pools and spas, but there are other dangers as well. Even if pets can swim, they can still drown in pools and spas if they can’t get out. Long, low steps may help, but your best approach is to keep pets away from the water, either with covers or
“Tile” — brettmayer
gail olsen
cottage landscape
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great outdoors. Just as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers
great outdoorsJust as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides, fertilisers
fertilizers and other garden chemicals can all cause problems for pets. Your first line of defense is keeping things stored away safely and out of reach.
“Under bathroom window” — Lynette Daniels
J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
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ASPCA has listof plants that can irritate or kill pets.
Go to the ASPCA or vet for list of plants toxic to pets
Pets Landscape Design Most Popular 8 Backyard Ideas to
Keep your landscaping toxin free. Some common plants are surprisingly dangerous if dogs eat them, including azaleas, lilies and mums. Check with your vet and the ASPCA for a list of plants that can irritate or even kill your pet.
can irritate or even kill your pet.
4. Keep your landscaping toxin free. Some common plants are surprisingly dangerous if dogs eat them, including azaleas, lilies and mums. Check with your vet and the ASPCA for a list of plants that can irritate or even kill your pet.
dangerous if dogs eat them, including azaleas, lilies and mums. Check with your vet and the ASPCA for a list of plants that can irritate or even kill your pet.
“4. Keep your landscaping toxin free. Some common plants are surprisingly dangerous if dogs eat them,” — Jeanie Richardson
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
9 Reviews
Peace of the Rock
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Team at Long & Foster Real Estate in Annapolis, Maryland. Straighten the bedspreads in all the rooms, put away loose shoes in hallways and tuck away pet beds and bowls, Buckley says. For added visual appeal and a more spa-like vibe, switch to new, clean towels just before a showing, say Liz Larson and
Ideabook Email Photo 3. Make sure it smells clean too. Besides a home’s visual appeal, nothing triggers more comments than scents. Diffuse cooking, pet and musty odors by airing out the home with open windows or air purifiers. Comforting smells, like baking bread or brewing coffee, can be appealing
and it only highlights that you have an odor problem,” says Monique Shaw, chief designer at Homes Sold Beautifully in Calgary, Alberta. Don’t forget: Pet foods, toys, litter boxes and blankets may have distinct smells. Stow these items or take them out of the house during showings.
“Placement” — k__s
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