If you’re looking to make your garden pet friendly for the summer then there are a few things you will need to do. If you take a few precautions and maybe make some long term considerations you can easily make your garden friendlier to your pet and enjoy a worry free summer.  The Pet Empire have plenty of lovely items for the dog in your life. 


Ensure there is nothing that could hard your pets – this included sharp objects, plants that may be poisonous and also any gaps where a dog can get out and escape.

Long term care

Pets can easily cause lasting damage to your grass is it isn’t taken care of properly. Always make sure you are watering and cutting the grass os often as needed/possible and using appropriate lawn care products if it starts to wear away. This long term care can become quite expensive with time and money investments adding up quickly. As an alternative, why not consider getting artificial grass.

Have garden boundaries

Like previously mentioned you do not want your pet / dog getting out of the garden. A hedge that covers a gap in a fence or a simple brick wall gives clear boundary lines that cannot be crossed. This is great to prevent pets from wandering out into streets and roads where they can face injury. You can also use them to prevent them from walking over into your crops, should you be someone that grows their own vegetables at home. Get creative with your safety. Just make sure it works.

Just relax

Get yourself a comfy lounger and look at luxury dog beds for your dog. As soon as you start to stress out too much about the safety of your pets while they try and have fun, the fun stops too. As long as you have a steady hand on the garden and have taken appropriate safety steps the garden can be a great experience for all those in it. You may also need an orthopedic dog bed for your dog. 

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