18,296 back yard for dogs Outdoor Design Photos

Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
Possible side of garage and back of shed
keeping dogs away from herbs
Divide living area and yard
Back yard...Side yard gate...gate for dogs...Back water garden
“nice” — lisabeth36
Allison Ramsey Architects
15 Reviews
Baypoint Cottage at Brays Island
We use this instead of pickets as it is more transparent as well as a good guard for kids and dogs.
Wire on the bottom is a great idea, we have a dog that pushes through the screen
I would also like this information. It looks like a perfect solution for dogs.
screen at bottom of screen panels. Good to ensure cats and dog cannot push out
reinforced screen on lower portion - for dogs
Wire on the bottom so dogs won't push screen out
Like this reinforced screen on bottom for dog control. Middle separator not at eye level when seated
Wire used on bottom for dogs
“screening” — Jamie Kalvestran
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
7 Reviews
Orange County California Residential Landscape Design
this is a great yard for multiple family use... kids, parents, entertaining.
grass for dogs to run
lower seating area yard walkway
Awesome small back yard
I love the back yard
Back Garden plan idea
such a pretty yard...Back fire seating
“everything” — traceywagley
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
Elevated platform in yard is a great space idea.
Dog bowl spout and vase at roads end
Faucet with stone bowl for dogs
Water fountain -for my dogs
Dog bowl. Go lay down by your bowl
Water fountain and dog bowl
outdoor tap into dog bowl
Notice dog watering station
Dog fountsin...Dog water bowl!!!...dog bowl...back view...water bowl for dog
“Like landscape designer” — mikeisaacson44
Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Potreo Hill Modern
What are the dimensions of the yard
I have Giant Yuccas growing in my front and back yards, and they do, indeed grow pretty fast. There's one in my yard that is probably reaching up to 30 feet, although I've never measured it. When my dog was younger he used to climb the trunk, chasing lizards. The trunks are
pit surrounded on three sides with benches; love the concrete pattern under the fire pit. Would look good in back right corner of yard.
Seating area at the corner of our back yard where the Ocotillo is
narrow, steep backyard, there was plenty of room for a patio. But this is no ordinary patio. It's a dreamy destination for anyone who walks outside the back door.The elements are perfect. First, the designer has done a superb job of breaking up the slab into bands and squares, further defined by crushed
“Patio. Green. Concrete. Wood.” — pookteng
Sirius Landscapes, Inc.
love the simplicity great for my side yard
idea for the garden or area where we need shade. Dog area in dog pen?
Fence back part for hot tub.
With lattice on back wall
Between neighbour and our yard
Side yard, front by garage
The back pattern...Dog Kennel Overhand...back of our yard?...back of house
“3 post trellis design” — jenjen73
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Cool if this was a side yard for dogs and there was a main yard for
Our yard size. Steps to shed.
side yard - next to garage, near kitchen but NO trees so close to walls (put in large containers), put herb garden near path
small deck and grass in similar shape to our yard
Can we open up the back of the kitchen to the deck?
“small narrow yard” — lisabeth36
Country Estates
I have a patio and my dog eats rocks, so this might be just the solution I need.
wonder if it will be like sand that comes in with paws? And will it be mud with rain?... I think I may have to do an all woodchip yard? But somewhat fine woodchips... b/c the dogs eat the sticks... oye!
falling. Can we do this on the south side yard where I have most of my plants potted instead?
weathered to the point of breaking into very small pieces and silt-like particles. Reddish-tan that fades over time to lighter tan. Sold by cubic yard.
a topdressing around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3 if you simply need to add to or fill in a small area, or by the cubic yard for $35 to $50. One cubic yard (a 3-foot cube) will fill the back of a standard pickup truck.Advantages: It's relatively i
“gravel” — jolene1475
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