How to create a pet friendly garden that everyone will love

Updated July 16 2024 - 9:30am, first published June 15 2024 - 3:30am
A more natural looking garden, with mixed plantings and low-lying hardy shrubs, can trick the eye to overlook holes and damaged plants. Picture Shutterstock
A more natural looking garden, with mixed plantings and low-lying hardy shrubs, can trick the eye to overlook holes and damaged plants. Picture Shutterstock

With pets spending as much time in the garden as the rest of the family, ensuring the safety of both our furry family members and your prized landscaping should be a high priority.

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