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Protecting the Garden from your Dog

So how do you deal with newly emerging or planted plants?  Well, there is a solution.  I use plant supports as a way of indicating to the dogs that this is something that they should go around or m...

How to create a dog-friendly garden - Telegraph

With a few hours’ training, a dog can make an excellent gardening companion

20 Tips For Gardening With Dogs

We love our dogs and our gardens, but sometimes it seems the two don't mix well. Here are 20 simple tips for balancing the needs of pets and plants.

6 Easy Ways to Make Your Garden Pet Friendly - GardYard

6 Easy Ways to Make Your Garden Pet Friendly

Christmas Cactus Toxicity: Care Of Christmas Cactus Around Pets

Christmas cacti are common gifts around the holidays with showy flowers present. The presence of small children and pets at family functions reminds us that not all plants are safe. Is Christmas cactus toxic? Read this article to find out.

How to landscape a dog-friendly garden
Paths to run and patrol Dogs need exercise; paths give them a designated space to do it as well as a venue to perform their perceived job ― to patrol your property line and keep out intruders. Readers suggested sacrificing a few feet along the fence for a perimeter path to simultaneously satisfy both needs.
Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants
Our handy list contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
House and garden plants poisonous to dogs • The Kennel Club
List of the most common house and garden plants that are poisonous to dogs. If your dog chews or eats any of these, seek veterinary help immediately.
How Do You Share Your Yard With Your Pet?
It's a fact of life, we love our pets, but I bet when you got that cute little puppy, you didn't think about what his activities would do to your beautiful gardens or how you'd need to teach the kids to watch out for the "land mines" he leaves in the yard.
Toxic Plants and Pets
Author: Sandy Bolan - Updated: 27 August 2012 | Comment A green thumb and pets do not always mix. But with some pre-planning on the garden's design and research into which plants are toxic to pets, the two can co-exist in relative harmony.
Making your home dog-friendly
Once you've chosen your new puppy, there's likely to be a delay before you can welcome it home. This may seem like an eternity, but there are plenty of things to do to prepare for your new arrival.
11 Ways to Make Your Garden Dog Friendly: Gardenista
You can tell a lot about a dog's personality by the way he digs in your garden. Take my dogs, for instance. Larry is like Peter Rabbit, with little white paws uprooting a clump of pansies as he shoots mischievous glances over his shoulder to make sure you're watching.
Grow grass for your cats and other pets

Cats love to eat grass and that's not a bad thing. Aside from being a tasty treat, grass contains folic acid and a variety of nutrients that help in a cat's growth, adds oxygen to their bloodstream, and can be soothing to an upset digestive track.

Pampered Pets Bed & Biscuit: Keep the Garden Growing

As gardeners, we work extremely hard to keep our flowers vibrant and our produce bountiful! The frustration of your best fur-iend reeking havoc on your garden is all too real! Whether it's pottying on the plants, or digging it all up, we've got you covered with these helpful tips to create a dog-friendly garden.

Q Lawns - Lawn Blog - Lawns for dogs - Q Lawns

How to guide to designing and selecting the right type of lawn for dogs and other pets. Choosing the correct type of turf and evading the urine scorch on the lawn.