How to Stop Your Dogs Digging
Blog / 08/27/2015

How to Stop Your Dogs Digging   So what’s the score with my dogs digging? I hear you asking… Why are they doing it and how do I stop them destroying my beautiful back garden? Well here’s the way your dog see’s it and its very different from how you think! In fact it will answer a lot of your questions. Firstly though here’s what your dogs digging is not. Your dogs digging is not their attempt to annoy you, wind you up or simply ruin your new flower garden out of spite. Dogs simply are not like that…(you’re thinking like a human). Natural behavior Dogs are fun loving animals however and so many dogs will dig for fun. Younger dogs and puppies especially simply love exploring, investigating and having a good time in the soil, sand, mud, stones etc…it really doesn’t matter to them. Sometimes dogs are doing it for specific reasons, such as they are too hot and are looking to dig into the cooler ground. Alternatively they could be cold and looking to build a bit of a den. They could simply have too much energy and are trying to channel it into something in which case…

Dogs and Their Digging Habits
Blog / 10/11/2013

Dogs and Their Digging Habits There are two extremes of opinion when it comes to dogs and their digging habits: 1. That a dog is a dog, and we should permit him to express his true canine nature by allowing him free reign over the yard and flowerbeds 2. That a flowerbed is a flowerbed, and no dog should even think about expression his dogginess if such an expression comes at the price of a season’s worth of rosebuds. My own viewpoint tends to favor the middle ground. Although plenty of dogs do love to dig, and it’s healthy for them to be permitted to indulge in this habit from time to time, there’s a difference between permitting your dog to express his inner puppy, and allowing him to run rampant in the yard. I don’t see why a dog should have to come at the price of a garden, and vice versa; flowers and dogs can coexist peacefully. If your dog’s developed a taste for digging, it’ll just take a bit of time (and some crafty ingenuity) on your part to resolve the issue satisfactorily. First of all, if you have yet to adopt a dog and your concern…

Dogs and Their Digging Habits
Blog / 09/04/2013

Canine and Their Digging Habits There are two extremes of opinion with regards to canine and their digging habits: 1. That a canine is a canine, and we will have to permit him to express his authentic canines nature by permitting him free reign over the yard and flowerbeds 2. that a flowerbed is a flowerbed, and no canine should even take into consideration expression his dogginess if such an expression comes on the value of a season’s value of rosebuds. My very own standpoint tends to want the center ground. Despite the fact that plenty of canines do like to dig, and it’s healthy for them to be approved to indulge in this habit occasionally, there’s a distinction between permitting your dog to express his internal puppy, and permitting him to run rampant in the yard. I don’t see why a dog should have to come on the price of a garden, and vice versa; flora and canines can coexist peacefully. In case your canine’s developed a style for digging, it’ll just take a bit of time (and some artful ingenuity) in your phase to resolve the issue satisfactorily. First of all, if in case you have but to…