"Have you thought about xeric landscaping? Dunno where you live, but here in AZ the cost of water is so high that relandscaping with xeric (so-called "desert") landscaping will pay itself in 18 months. So a most people have stuff on…"
"It is a good idea to call city about what grass use. Just I am not sure is it available for purchase. The grass we use is call Kentucky bluegrass, pretty much every shop in town sell this grass. It suppose to be pretty good when deal with dog…"
"Interesting. I don't have grass, of course -- everybody nearby has desert landscaping because water is too expensive to throw on the ground, at least for normal humans.
However, we live near an outpost of Richistan, and we also have a grassy…"
"It is not a factor of what they eat, so you can keep up the good diet.
When I lived in a development, I had the same problems you are having. The best thing is to either designate an area where you want the dogs to eliminate ( yes, it…"
"Trust me...I get it. But when you have dogs or kids you need to rethink priorities. The warn furry snuggles and the I love you mommy are worth more than a perfect lawn or an immaculate house. Being a week shy of 65 I think I have…"
"Sign. I just want to have a nice lawn...
What interested me is the grass in park seems ok with dog pee. I asked the grass guy if the grass will be ok with dog pee, he said yes, But the fact is no.
The dog pee is so powerful that it kill grass faster…"
"I have 2 corgis....guess burn patches are the price you pay for having dogs. I'm not being flip but just what can you do other than get use to it, encourage crabgrass...that doesn't seem to be as affected by urine...walk them…"
So we have try pretty much everything, the grass rock, Nutri Vet Grass Guard Max and other stuff from Pet Smart. We even dig out all the lawn and replace with new grass. Now the new lawn start to get burn here and there.I have 3 Crogis, so the damage is 3 times as bad. Now I have put up a fence to stop my corgis walk on the lawn.Any suggestion?ThanksVicSee More
So my silly Moe crack his teeth. Don't know why, don't know how. I just feel bad for him, must be very painful.Few days ago, I saw his teeth has some serious tartar. So I try to use some dental cleaning tool to clean it. Before I do it, I noticed part of the tooth is missing and I can see some pink stuff inside. Today, when I clean his tartar, I confirm there is a hole in his tooth. And I can use the dental tool to touch his tooth nerve. Sigh, it must be super painful...Moe is only 5, so I hope…See More
"I'm surprised it doesn't say anything on the bottle about whether it's ok for cats or not. Try googling the product and see what other info you can find. I tried an additive and I know it was fine for the cats. I had…"
My corgi, Moe, need the Arm and Hammer Dental Water Additive to help minimize his tartar problem. Somehow the tartar build up very fast and thick in one side of his big teeth.I used to add the additive in their water before I got the kitties. Now I have two active ragdolls running around and share the same water bowl with the corgis. I don't think it is possible to separate their water bowl, since they like to drink or eat wherever they like. So I am wondering if the additive is ok for the…See More
The vet said there are 3 option for Maggie, 1. no operation, just take antibiotic and let her heal. 2. remove the damaged and bad tissue from her anal gland. 3. remove both side of the anal gland.
He said for #2, she might had another…"
Congratulations on the new family member!!! Where abouts in Calgary do you live? We are in the North West. Perhaps a chance to meet up for the dogs to meet each other. Mason will be 3 in May and is very submissive and extremely friendly. Enjoy every moment - they aren't a puppy long enough.