Three Ways A Dog Could Damage Your Yard

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Three Ways A Dog Could Damage Your Yard

When you get a dog, it is important to realize that they may cause damage to your lawn until they learn what they are and are not allowed to do. If you want to keep your yard looking nice during the transition process, you need to hire a landscaper to help you properly maintain the lawn. The following guide walks you through a few of the issues that may occur when you add a dog to your family.

Holes in the Yard

Many dogs love to dig. They dig to search for things and to bury things. The holes are often not filled when the dogs are finished, and it can create a dangerous situation because someone could twist their ankle if they step into one of the holes when walking through the yard. A landscaper will be able to find and fill any holes that your dog makes to avoid any accidents from happening.

Sprinkler Head Damage

If you have an automatic sprinkler system in your yard, there is a good chance that the dog will chew up at least one of the sprinkler heads. When this happens, the landscaper will be able to easily replace the damaged head so that all of your lawn can be watered properly. If a sprinkler head is left damaged, it could cause the water to puddle around it and drown the grass located nearby.

Brown Spots in the Grass

One thing that can really make your yard look horrible is the brown spots that can be created when the dog tinkles in the yard. It is important to designate one area of the yard for the dog to do its business. This will ensure that no one accidentally steps in the waste and drags it throughout the house and that only one area of your yard is damaged by the dog urine. If the dog does go anywhere else in the yard, the landscaper will be able to treat the grass so that it can grow back healthy and strong so that there are no brown or bare spots in your yard.

It is important to talk to a landscaper, such as at Sunlight Landscape, before you get the dog so that he or she can give you other suggestions that may help you to keep your yard looking great once your new pet arrives. They will also be able to let you know if the products they use to care for your yard are safe for use around pets.

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Tropical Truths: Tips For Creating Vibrant Landscapes Growing up in a tropical area, I saw a lot of green, vibrant plants and all kinds of tropical fruits. It led me to develop a real interest in creating backyard tropical fruit gardens and landscapes that really spoke to the warm weather and the tropical climate. I did a lot of research and talked with a few landscapers to find out the tips and tricks to getting things to grow and thrive. I created this site to help share what I have learned with others who want to create the same kind of tropical getaway in their own backyards.