How to Keep Stray Dogs off My Lawn?

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You can put up a fence and or chicken wire to keep the stray dogs out. You can also call your local human society and or animal control to come out and pick the stray dogs up.
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To keep stray dogs off your lawn you can use smell and sound deterrents. A smell deterrent works by annoying the dogs causing them to stay away. Sound deterrents emit high frequency tones that startle the dogs driving them away. For more information look here: Smell Deterrent ;
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1. Surround plant beds with a 2-foot tall chicken wire fence to prevent dogs from digging them up. Bury chicken wire 1 foot deep into the ground to prevent dogs from digging under
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To keep a dog off of your lawn, the only thing that is guaranteed is a fence. Dogs have a natural instinct to mark their territory, and there's not much you can do aside from stay
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1 Sprinkle cayenne pepper over your lawn. There may be a few dogs that won't be affected, but the strong scent of cayenne pepper tends to drive most dogs away. You can sprinkle it
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You might want to pick up a product called "Bitter Apple." Other products might work (e.g. vinegar), but they might also harm your lawn.
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