How To Create A Dog-Friendly Garden
Provided By - Video Elephant on July 05, 2021
Here is a useful guide on how to create the perfect dog-friendly outdoor space.
If your dog will have unsupervised access to your garden, then you should ensure that non-toxic fertilizer and mulch is used.
Make use of vertical space and use hanging pots or place plant pots in areas that your dog can’t reach.
Sunflowers, marigolds, pansies, and African violets are safe to plant.
If you’re planting an edible garden then green beans, berries, rosemary, basil and thyme are good non-toxic options.
Avoid peonies, holly, daffodils and lilies, as all of these plants are toxic to dogs.
If you’re unsure, the ASPCA has a comprehensive list on its website of all the plants that are toxic to dogs.