How To Keep Dogs Out Of Your Yard
How to keep dogs out of your yard may weigh heavily on your mind. There are many reasons why one would want to keep dogs out one's yard. If your own dog reacts badly to other dogs, you'll definitely want to keep them at bay. If you have open cables or a garden, keeping them away is a must. There are many methods. Here are some methods that you should try if you need to keep dogs out.
Things You'll Need:
- Sprinkler system
- automatic light
- Speak to your neighbor is you know whose dog it is. If a dog you know is coming into your yard—yet he's unwelcome—you should talk to the dog's owner. He should be able to supervise his dog's activities and guide him away from your yard. Let him know of the local leash law if he is refusing to help you.
- Consider putting in a sprinkler system that is automated by movement. Have it spray apart from the source of the immediate movement, for the well-being of the dog and whoever else wanders by. However, the sudden movement and nearby spray of water will probably send the dog on his merry way—away from your lawn.
- Put in a wooden or picket fence if you can. It's best to protect your yard by a fence. No harm will be done to the animal, and no aggravation will be had by you. It also gives you a greater sense of privacy, and it can make gardening a lot more fun.
- Fill up two-quart or gallon bottles of water, leaving them around the edges of the entire yard. For some reason (it's considered the reflection), this method is a safe and cruelty-free repellent for dogs to enter the yard. They'll then play and defecate elsewhere.