Secure your garden
The first step before letting dogs and other pets explore the garden is to ensure it is secure.
Give pets their own area
Everyone likes a room of their own, so give your dog a place to go with a garden kennel. The Somerlap kennel can be custom made for all sizes of pooch, and it’s made with the highest standard of materials, so your dog can live in comfort in the garden.
Pet friendly planters
If your dog likes to dig, raised beds or planters will help to protect your plants and crops from digging paws.
Be careful of certain plants
Some common plants can be harmful for dogs, including Foxgloves, Ivy, Wisteria, Daffodil bulbs, Rhododendron and Bluebells. Visit the Dog’s Trust website to see a full list of plants that can harm dogs if eaten.
Other things to be careful of include slugs and snails – which can give your dog lungworm if eaten, as well as chemical weed killer and preservatives.