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Old 03-26-2012, 02:44 PM
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Default Dog Gardens

So what with spring coming and the gardens coming back to life (lol), I was wondering what everyone did with their yards to accommodate the dogs. When I move into my own home, I really want to have a nice garden, I LOVE nice backyards lol. I don't like the idea of replacing grass with sod or pea gravel or anything, so I am wondering if anyone has successfully kept multiple dogs and a nice lawn?

I LOVE my parents garden but lately with Tucker's chemo the grass is getting destroyed because his urine is so toxic lol.

I would love to see photos or online ideas Even non-dog related stuff. I LOVE seeing good ideas. I saw this the other day, isn't it awesome?!

http://gardendrama.wordpress.com/201...in-your-fence/

I love a 'soft' look but a relatively clean design... And I would love to have a water feature in the form of a natural looking pond but with dogs maybe not Since our cat passed away this winter, we have invested in a ton of bird feeders and a gorgeous stone bird bath and my whole fam is loving having so much bird activity in the garden. I can't wait as we get further into summer and even more birds show up

ETA: I love this lawn! And I love the clean edge of the lawn/vegetation but how nicely the plants mesh together... It doesn't look like they are separated or too unnatural, if that makes sense.

http://shiptoncourt.co.uk/wp-content...rden-1-077.jpg

This pond <3

http://www.your-garden-ponds-center....d-bridge-2.jpg

Like this look too:

http://www.customgardendesigns.com/b...e%2034_1-1.jpg
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