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My Houzz: An Animal Lover's Texas Sanctuary

Dogs, cats and horses enjoy an idyllic temporary refuge here, but the eco-minded home has a permanent place in its owner's heart Full Story
     Comment   July 9, 2014
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The glass and steel railing is custom fabricated by a local steel fabricator and then the glass was purchased from Binswanger Glass (another local company).
July 10, 2014 at 7:54am   
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Love how she put the animals welfare and well being into her home design and plans. That is exactly what my life is about. I have been doing dog rescue work for 38 years, saving one dog at a time. I take in dogs that others have given up on as if they are disposable. Like the excuse of " oh I have a baby now so it is time to dump the dog" or" Oh, I have to move and can't keep my dog". Yet, I am moving from Seattle to NC in a few months and I have made a commitment to the well being of dogs that were dumped and have no other options. So, my home choice is all about the dogs. Nice to see that others put dumped dogs on their priority list. Thank God for people like this woman. Beautiful space for the animals. I installed an indoor pool just for the dogs in my life. They deserve the best.
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July 7, 2014
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How to Tear Down That Concrete Patio

Clear the path for plantings or a more modern patio design by demolishing all or part of the concrete in your yard Full Story
     Comment   June 30, 2014
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Slice it with a concrete saw (rent at Home Depot or many othr places) into manageable pieces and list it for free on Craigslist. If the chunks are about 2x4, they are movable and make nice recycled patios.
June 27, 2014 at 8:11am     
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