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Teach Garden-Specific Commands

Teach your dog garden-specific commands like “stop,” “leave it,” “watch me,” and “stay.”

Setting Clear Garden Boundaries for Your Dog

Install garden fencing or invisible pet barriers to visually define a safe garden zone where your dog can explore without disrupting.

Use Positive Reinforcement and Rewards

Foster a positive gardening atmosphere by using treats, praise, games, and cuddles as rewards.

Provide Shaded Rest Areas

In warm weather, ensure your dog has shaded resting spots and employ commands like “stay” or “sit” to prevent heatstroke and overexertion.

Keep Treats Handy

Keep goodies on hand to praise good behavior and divert your dog's attention, especially while learning.

Ensure Safety and Supervision

Only cultivate dog-safe plants to prevent them from consuming harmful substances.

Take Breaks and Hydrate

Maintain a bowl of fresh, cold water and schedule regular breaks, especially in hot weather, to prevent heatstroke and overexertion.

Dog-Friendly Gardening

Embrace the time spent gardening with your dog. Have fun, be silly, and express your love and appreciation.

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