How to Stop Your Dog From Digging up Your Lawn
Try these steps if your precious pup can't keep its paws off your yard.
Whether you're a long-time home-owner or bringing your dog home to a lawn of your own for the very first time, sharing a green space with your best friend can feel like a dream come true. But when your dog is constantly digging holes in your hard-won grass carpet, letting Fido roam free in your piece of the great outdoors quickly turns into less of a dream and more of a lawn-care nightmare.
Dog-dug holes aren't only an eyesore, they can make your backyard a dangerous environment where a twisted ankle is always one false step away. Before you chalk your lawn up as a loss, try these steps to bring your outdoor space back to the beautiful yard you fell in love with before your dog got its paws in it.
But What If Nothing Works?
What if all else fails and your canine companion never stops digging? Or what if he does stop digging, but your damaged lawn still looks like it could use an upgrade? Never you fear. Regardless of how enthusiastic or aggressive Fido is in his use of your shared green space, BarkYard™ can help make things better.
By incorporating Good Boy™ and Bad Spot!™ products into your lawn maintenance routine, dog-loving lawn owners like you can preserve their peace of mind. Overseeding and fertilizing your lawn after you've worked to correct your dog's behavior will give your green space an instant facelift. One particularly effective strategy is to regularly use Bad Spot!™ while you fill in holes with loose topsoil. Even if your dog takes some time to stop digging, continuous maintenance of your lawn with Good Boy™ and Bad Spot!™ will pay off as you signal to your pupper that the lawn isn't an escape room built for them to figure out -- it's a family getaway.