Barkley & Harper's Potty Area Super easy to do.just some sweat equity. We put down heavy plastic, a layer of pea gravel, a layer of heavy mesh screen (heavy duty pet grade like the kind you put in screen doors), and a final layer of pea gravel.
Alternative dog run but prefer flushable gravel one. Perfect Turf® Dog Runs No Muddy Paws! Much easier to maintain than natural grass. More gentle on your dog’s feet than gravel or mulch. Droppings become dry & hard making clean up a breeze!
I wonder if this could work for outdoor kitties too? How to Build a Dog Potty Area -- A designated potty spot would make it easier to keep the lawn clean for the kiddo, and keep Kiley from getting as muddy when she has to pee on rainy days.
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For many pet parents, warm weather is a welcomed treat. We get to spend more time outdoors with our four-legged companions, enjoying the sunshine and participating in fun outside activities. That is, until we hear that all too familiar buzz of the dreaded
Let’s face it - dogs dig; they roll around in the mulch; they dart through the flower beds and potty on the petunias. That said, although the picture-perfect, magazine cover-worthy backyard might not be possible, with a bit of creativity, a little landscape planning, and a lot of compromise, you can easily create a beautiful and functional backyard you’ll both love!
Creating a potty area for your dog is easy, convenient and your lawn and shoes will thank you for it! The nice weather makes this the perfect time of year to get this small project out of the way. So roll up your sleeves and say NO MORE to yellow lawns