832 dog friendly garden paths Outdoor Design Photos

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
The gravel path was created along my normal route so no one had to retrain me. I love that the slate nuggets don't get stuck between my toes and Mom's
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"
slate vs pea gravel? better for dogs and tires
path material that it pet friendly...Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and...kind of dog gravel is this?
“Path” — heatherbening
Asian Landscape
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mulch is a great choice for a garden and mostly soft on paws, steer clear of cocoa mulch. The smell may be great, but if your dog eats it, it can cause the
pests can be fatal. If you must use them, make sure your dog can’t get at them — and remember, dogs can be remarkably tenacious when it comes to getting at
Pictured here is a Japanese-inspired garden with rhododendrons as the understory to towering pines. Japanese gardens celebrate forms and textures of many
plant new plants each year.More:Ideas for a Woodland GardenYour Soil: The Simple Secret to Gardening Success
Gravel path leading to higher elevation...gravel path with pine straw on sides
“rocks and mulch = less mowing!!” — mariaguas
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
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Is this for the dog or for everyone? Just joking
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
my one caveat is 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
least it's uncomfortable hearing your beloved dog is being a pest.Listen. You may be tempted to defend your dog or minimize your neighbor's concerns, but don't
tips; your dog will be able to spend much more time enjoying the outdoors if the neighbors aren’t complaining. Full story: How to Help Your Dog Be a Good
Tunnels through the garden -- how fun!
“do anything outside within their fence space???” — lphelps2
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Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard
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Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard
I love the ball but my question is about the dog. He looks EXACTLY like my lab that past away a
What is the material/rock that the dog is laying on?
Can there be two best dog's on the planet? Because my dog Rudy is definitely already that. And thanks for the compliment about the stone ball by the way
Funny - the dog also looks exactly like my black lab, Ninja, who we adopted from a lab rescue. He's 4 and the best dog on the planet. Very nice
Try some ball gamesHere’s the proof that it’s not just dogs who get ball obsessed. Orbs work for fans of garden symmetry
Taking the time to train your dog early will pay off for years to come, for you and certainly your neighbors.Exercise. My friend likes to say, "A tired puppy
Yes I want to play dog...Does the dog come with it???
“Garden” — Puneet Ahuja
Claudia De Yong Garden Design
cottage garden
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all claudia de yong- long view of meandering brick path leads to a greenhouse, it is planted on one side with hornbeam hedge and the other a bed against
Make brick pathway to dog pen and line with plants
the garden, it’s wise to clear fallen leaves on a regular basis to stop paths becoming slippery with mulch and ponds becoming clogged. Rake paths, paving
“pathways” — veenaguj
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks42,185
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A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
What do you use or plant to control pest in this beautiful garden
wide are garden beds themselves? And how much did the brick cost you?
being a French student, Marie... this reminds me of the Villandry gardens... check
something interesting to do in the garden. Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and
8. Plant a family garden. Gardens are great for families. They're fantastic ways to teach children about
9. Edible beds with inviting paths. Kids get excited about eating their vegetables when they’ve helped grow
How do you water this garden?...garden with clean neat brick paths
“Veggie garden paths” — jliodas
Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Garden Path
Ideabooks25,397
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This garden pathway links the front yard to the backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change
Informal plantings along garden flagstone stepstones
A gently curved flagstone path draws pedestrians from the front yard, through the spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening
opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From
“Path” — shirleydaddio
Common Ground Landscapes
13 Reviews
Country French
Ideabooks2,843
Questions0
narrow path for dog instead of mud!
Woodland path with perennials and understory
Landscaping and path through our forest...Path in woods...forest garden...path to little cabin...Outdoor path consideration...dog path...path through the woods...Side path...Garden parh...good shade garden...Garden path
“Single stones per step” — smithpx2
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